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New federal survey offers vital clues to good transit policy

A bonanza of new data about Miami-Dade residents can be a goldmine for policymakers who use reality rather than assumptions to plan the future.Whether it’s trying to speed commutes, viewing the impacts of foreign immigration, planning…

Innovative Airport City With Medical Theme Worthy Of Takeoff

A grandiose Airport City could become the rare public-private deal in Miami-Dade that's a win-win for all — taxpayers for once included.…

Our Officials Can And Do Promise Us The Moon With Impunity

Little wonder faith in local leaders sits so low: their grand promises seldom stand up.…

Souto Blows Whistle On County Hall Ndash Is Business Listening

Business should firmly enter Javier Souto's gutsy campaign to shine the light of day into the ugly dark corners of Miami-Dade County Hall.…

That Warm And Very Very Fuzzy Stimulus Job Spending

If it was hard to get a grip on true jobs development at President Obama's employment summit last week and in his job-creation plans this week, it's understandable. Even in…

As 150000 Taxpayers Wait So Does Tax Appeals Relief

Nowhere does a tight Miami-Dade County budget bind more than in tax appeals as about 150,000 taxpayers wait for special magistrates to hear their cases.…

Miamis City Hall Turmoil A Prelude To Financial Upheavals

Love or hate the new team at Miami City Hall, you've got to pray for them.…

County Administration Will Turn Spotlight Off Backroom Deals

Occasionally an idea is so self-evident that you marvel that nobody did it long ago.…

Good First Step On Watson Island Needs Surefooted Followup

New Miami Mayor Tomás Regalado plans to start off on the right foot next week by seeking a vote that could terminate a lease to a developer who has defaulted…

Repaint Watson Island Red Flags As Public Green Space

Even before this week's election picture clarifies, Miami's new leaders face an immediate test with vital long-term coloration: What to do about a long-awaited Watson Island showcase that's clearly painted…

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