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Site pinpointed for new civil courthouse in Miami

The preferred site for a new civil courthouse is the surface lot at the recently completed Miami-Dade County Children’s Courthouse at 155 NW Third St., according to a report Mayor Carlos Giménez sent to county commissioners…

New committee could shape Virginia Key

New committee could shape Virginia Key

The fate of Virginia Key could be shaped by a new advisory body proposed by Miami City Commissioner Francis Suarez. The city commission is set to consider the first reading…

Miami moves to regulate drones

Miami moves to regulate drones

Miami is moving to regulate drones as their popularity skyrockets. City Commissioner Frank Carollo introduced a proposed ordinance, which passed on first reading Nov. 19. Drones, also known as unmanned…

County hall site eyed for bus depot

County hall site eyed for bus depot

Should railway developer All Aboard Florida build its bus depot and parking garage on the grounds of county government’s Stephen P. Clark Center, Commissioner Bruno Barreiro wants to be certain…

Authority lease to add parking after challenge

Authority lease to add parking after challenge

A new public-private partnership between the city’s parking agency and a development firm is expected to bring residential and retail development to Downtown Miami, along with extra public parking. The…

County delays decision on boat show permit

County delays decision on boat show permit

Miami-Dade County commissioners want additional input from staff on environmental and legal implications before approving temporary docks and a water taxi plan for the Miami International Boat Show off Marine…

To aid ballpark area, study may label it slum

To aid ballpark area, study may label it slum

County commissioners last week took the first step to create a redevelopment agency enveloping Marlins Park, a step that would label the area slum and blighted. Commissioners authorized the mayor’s…

County tailors grant to NY designer Khan

County tailors grant to NY designer Khan

A fashion designer with A-list clientele was awarded the chance at a $1.5 million economic development grant from Miami-Dade County to help launch a new design studio and manufacturing facility…

State looking to hand over ‘central station’

State looking to hand over ‘central station’

A county committee put off discussing the Florida Department of Transportation’s consideration of giving up control of the Miami Intermodal Center until all entities the move would affect can meet…

State won’t fund study to narrow US 1 downtown

State won’t fund study to narrow US 1 downtown

A project by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority to narrow a stretch of Biscayne Boulevard from Northeast Eighth Street south to Biscayne Boulevard Way has hit a speed bump. In July,…

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