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On-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces

In a pilot program, the Miami Parking Authority plans to install on-street sensors to monitor use of parking spaces in various lots and curbside locations. Changing technology, web-based applications and the proliferation of smartphones have already dramatically…

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

Spat over law firm delays City of Miami multi-million-dollar deal

A multi-million-dollar deal to gain new offices for the City of Miami and open choice riverfront downtown to private development has been delayed. It involves the lease or sale of…

Frustration builds on Flagler Street renovation

Frustration builds on Flagler Street renovation

Frustrated with on-again, off-again progress on Flagler Street’s renovation from the Dade County Courthouse to Biscayne Boulevard, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority might consider hiring its own project manager. The idea…

County upgrading Miami International Airport cargo space

County upgrading Miami International Airport cargo space

Miami-Dade Aviation Department officials are moving forward with a multi-phased project that aims to optimize Miami International Airport’s usable cargo space and have already completed one of the first phases.…

Transit plan corridors may be cut short if funds fall short

Transit plan corridors may be cut short if funds fall short

County commissioners on Tuesday approved a resolution providing up to $11 million each for three general contracts, each of which will be assigned to study three SMART plan corridors for…

Washington, Tallahassee hold keys to healthcare costs

Washington, Tallahassee hold keys to healthcare costs

Healthcare costs are predicted to rise this year, but it’s not known yet whether it will be a slight or dramatic increase. “What will happen with healthcare costs is not…

County analyzes four expansions for Metromover

County analyzes four expansions for Metromover

County transit officials are analyzing extensions for the Metromover and upgrades for all its systems toward accommodating increasing ridership. Director of Transportation and Public Works Alice Bravo said right now…

MIA closing in on serving Israel’s El Al Airlines

MIA closing in on serving Israel’s El Al Airlines

Miami International Airport is inching closer to serving Israel’s El Al Airlines after county aviation officials visited Israel this month. The delegation, led by Director Emilio T. González, met with…

Chair Esteban Bovo Jr. says no circus at county commission

Chair Esteban Bovo Jr. says no circus at county commission

Chair Esteban Bovo Jr. said Tuesday during a Miami-Dade County Commission meeting that he’ll always take issue when someone uses public comment periods to launch an attack on an elected…

Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist groups

Speaker Richard Corcoran demands data from 38 economic, tourist  groups

Under threat of subpoena, Richard Corcoran, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, has demanded detailed revenue and expense records from 38 economic development and tourism organizations throughout the state,…

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