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As traffic clogs, mass transit many days late, dollars short

Last week’s heated county debate over bias on gender identity ran so long that it wiped out a subsequent meeting on transit that presented three moving issues of its own. One was to restore, as we must,…

Give Thanks The Leaders We Prayed For Have Appeared

I've spent a fair amount of time over the years lamenting the paucity of leaders in our community. Where, I've asked, is the leadership that can guide this county into…

Whose Failure Is Flippings Flop Dont Blame Messenger

A broker in our pages last week blamed the media for the residential real estate slide. And a developer wrote to us that press warnings of a condo bust had…

Proper Charter Study Could Benefit All Commission Included

Congratulations to Miami-Dade commissioners. They're headed toward what residents agree is vital: Today (11/9), they may trigger an election that could vitally upgrade county structure.…

Economics Make County Garage For Arts Center A Bad Gamble

Good news: Just 18 years after a performing-arts center was first planned and seven years after groundbreaking, the county has begun dealing to develop nearby parking.…

Note To Fiu President Mitch Maidique Stay In Your League

Dear Mitch, I wanted you to know why I won't be in the stadium Nov. 11 when Florida International University plays its next home football game.…

Five Commissioners Do Right By The Public Wholl Be Next

Give credit where credit is due.…

Heralds Salvation Call Off The Dogs Return To Newspapering

"The Miami Herald enters a new era today," began a June 27 editorial hailing its sale to the McClatchy Co. Truer words were never written, but so far, it's not…

Commissioners Take Your Chains Off The Democratic Process

Miami-Dade County's commissioners are expending substantial amounts of your money, Mr. and Ms. Taxpayer, in an ill-advised fight they can't possibly win to keep you from deciding how your government…

Take A Bow A New Era Being Ushered In Bolsters Miami

Whew! After two decades of struggles, it's finally happening.…

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