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Bad bet: Slot machines don’t pay off for government, either

Slot machines were a bad bet. A county study issued this month for a key slots backer proves it.Revenues the county expected from slot machines at tracks and frontons were touted to do a big job,…

Call for ethnic quotas in Miami Beach City Hall outmoded

Call for ethnic quotas in Miami Beach City Hall outmoded

New Miami Beach officials last week were shoveled the worst sort of advice by the daily newspaper across the county in Doral, which admonished them to appoint Hispanics to local…

County needs to get serious about making bidding equitable

County needs to get serious about making bidding equitable

Why does Miami-Dade mess up so many bid offerings? Equally vital, what should the county do when it does foul one up? These questions aren’t theoretical. They apply to real…

The day Miamians become the area’s top-tier homebuyers

The day Miamians become the area’s top-tier homebuyers

Not many years ago a Miami-Dade creator of a vast high-end condo project decided to target the North. He hired a marketing team oriented to New York and bombed –…

Is Punxsatawney Phil raising his head on Flagler Street?

Is Punxsatawney Phil raising his head on Flagler Street?

It’s Groundhog Day on downtown’s main thoroughfare, Flagler Street. The question is whether to celebrate or scream. As we reported last week, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority plans to remake Flagler…

In government as in tennis, play by rules on Key Biscayne

In government as in tennis, play by rules on Key Biscayne

Two decades ago this newspaper backed a permanent Crandon Park tennis stadium for what is now the Sony Open. Global TV and upscale visitors, we said, outweighed loss of park…

When fines don’t do the job, let the punishment fit the crime

When fines don’t do the job, let the punishment fit the crime

Lyrics from “A More Humane Mikado” in Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera “Mikado” suggest a serious solution to last week’s Miami Today report of a zoning quandary. Miami-Dade County has…

County rejects putting in writing true costs of bond issues

County rejects putting in writing true costs of bond issues

In the name of disclosure, commissioners last week ripped the heart out of a plan to tell voters before a bond issue goes on the county ballot how much it…

New Beacon Council CEO faces challenges on many fronts

New Beacon Council CEO faces challenges on many fronts

A warm welcome – and free advice – for Larry Williams, new this week as CEO of Miami-Dade’s economic development organization, the Beacon Council. Fresh from Atlanta as the fourth…

After Affordable Care Act reprieve, who benefits in long run?

By Nancy Borkowski and Jerry Haar   The ever-changing implementation schedule for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has gotten more complicated. In July, the Obama administration announced that employers with…

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