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University roadmap should drive straight to Miami’s core

On paper, the University of Miami is now governed by a great new president, Julio Frenk. But then, on paper this season the Miami Marlins were championship contenders. Succeeding off paper in the real world requires the…

Economic Details Are Essential Before We Vote On Tax Relief

For legislators, the beauty of upending Florida's property tax structure is that they'll be term-limited out of office before they have to face the inevitable consequences.…

Charter Reviews Cavein Neednt Be A Permanent Collapse

Nothing was more predictable than the Miami-Dade County Charter Review Task Force's unwise cave-in to support election of a property appraiser.…

Ho Hum Marlins Hand County Yet Another Stadium Deadline

Miami-Dade County is under deadline pressure to persuade the Florida Marlins to accept public money and land so the team can build a stadium where the Orange Bowl now stands.…

Miami Must Be A Stern Gatekeeper In Port Tunnel Decision

It would be easier to sell the City of Miami on pouring $50 million into a Port of Miami tunnel if we could see the light at the end of…

Citys Centerpiece Of Beauty And History Gone With The Wind

Looking across Biscayne Boulevard, the 73-foot-diameter SkyLife Balloon today dominates Miami's Bayfront Park in the very spot where the city's own Mildred and Claude Pepper Fountain briefly was the metropolitan…

Illegal Miami Meeting Plays Right Into Budgetcutters Hands

Legislators this week plan to force Miami to slash $22 million more out of its newly adopted budget, and an illegal meeting that the city whitewashed may help them succeed.…

Oh Oh Whd Have Thught Wed Get A Knckut Punch Dwntwn

Miami ingloriously became part of the spelling reform movement when its Downtown Development Authority last week voted to knock both O's out of Downtown Miami, leaving the name as Dwntwn…

Tax Cut Miami Style Tax Collections Spending Set To Rise

Local governments cry the blues over cuts the Legislature ordered to ease the tax burden on homeowners, but the way they define a cut doesn't soothe the pain.…

Waiterskip The Steak Ndash Just Give Me Some Service Please

Just when we think we've licked our image problems, they bite us again. Maybe we got complacent.…

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