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Miami sets goal of opening riverfront park downtown

Miami officials are preparing to immediately restore one of the city’s most historic houses, with a tentative goal of reopening part of a riverfront park downtown. The Miami River Commission learned May 19 that Fort Dallas Park,…

Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority losing power

Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority losing power

Miami city commissioners have begun altering the powers of the Miami Sports and Exhibition Authority, building in more oversight. What some see as a shakeup of the 11-member authority comes…

Miami acts on transit-oriented development

Miami acts on transit-oriented development

Miami commissioners have approved land use and zoning changes expected to bring new residential and commercial uses to the city’s northern reaches as part of a transit-oriented development. The Upper…

Gables selling bonds for Miracle Mile streetscape

Gables selling bonds for Miracle Mile streetscape

Coral Gables residents and business owners still have another month or so to invest in their city by buying bonds to finance the long-debated Miracle Mile Streetscape project. The city…

Miami International Airport projects get financing aid

Miami International Airport projects get financing aid

To accelerate projects, county commissioners approved a financing program Tuesday to pay for a portion of the Aviation Department’s capital improvements that takes advantage of low short-term interest rates and…

Miami probes why trolley routes are late

Miami probes why trolley routes are late

Miami commissioners demand to know why a plan to launch three trolley routes stalled. Commissioner Francis Suarez also wants to know why a directive to operate the Coral Way trolley…

$75 million economic development fund grants in limbo

$75 million economic development fund grants in limbo

County commissioners are anxious to move forward with final decisions on $75 million in previously approved Economic Development Fund grant allocations but are still awaiting the administration’s report on where…

Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Hold PortMiami land, Mayor says

Mayor Carlos Gimenez says since we can’t foresee the best use of valuable PortMiami land in coming years, it’s most responsible to hold bare land unused for a while. After…

Navigation district lectures state on Miami Circle neglect

Navigation district lectures state on Miami Circle neglect

The Florida Inland Navigation District is taking the Florida Department of State to task for ignoring its obligation to maintain the Miami Circle. Grievances were aired Monday at a Miami…

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

A Miami vote tied to revival of an historic seaplane base on Watson Island was put off after newly-elected Commissioner Ken Russell questioned the best use of the city-owned land.…

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