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Chairman’s pledge ties to game-changing rail opportunity

Finally, someone in authority has said it: it’s past time to stop studying where to add rail transportation and time to get the money and get rolling. The man who underlined it was the chairman of Miami-Dade…

Bravo Tallahassee Now Its Dcs Turn On River Funding

Great news: As its tax-cut plans made loud TV sound bites, the Florida Legislature was quietly bolstering our economy, channeling $5 million to decontaminate the Miami River.…

Tastetest The Taxcut Sundae First Ndash And No Cherry On Top

Brace yourself as the Legislature gears up to invent a tax cut that fully satisfies nobody after a bucket of promises turned out half-empty. Anything at all might be shoveled…

Judges Ruling Makes School Superintendent Dictator For Life

Sometimes law contravenes all common sense.…

Property Tax Cut Lets Count The Teeth In States Gift Horse

Hands outstretched, we eagerly await our cornucopia from the Legislature: smaller local government and lower property taxes. Hooray!…

Take The Vital Steps To Keep Convention Revenues Flowing In

A vital upgrade to the Miami Beach Convention Center seems near. It's well past time.…

Your Box Seat At Private Dinner That Sells County A Ballpark

News flash: Florida Marlins say they won't take stadium site county wants them to have at Orange Bowl, must have downtown site commissioners already rejected. Team president says he will…

Wanted Solutions To Performingarts Centers Cash Crisis

It would be unthinkable to let the half-billion-dollar Carnival Center for the Performing Arts close, even temporarily, before it can complete its first year.…

Powerhungry Superintendent Teaches Bad Civics Lessons

Let's hope a judge gives Miami-Dade Public Schools students a vital civics lesson this week. The superintendent should get the same lesson — and a reprimand.…

Bullets Start Flying In Gunfight At The Stephen P Clark Corral

Why is anyone surprised or angry that Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez is starting to use the guns voters slipped him in the Jan. 23 strong-mayor election?…

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