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Tarnishing of good names in housing probe is unaffordable

Headlines trumpet affordable housing’s scarcity – yet some of those headlines deter more affordable housing.As Miami Today has cited zoning to “encourage development of much-needed affordable housing” and civic groups’ calls for more, the daily press…

County Admits Conning Voters On Transit Tax So Lets Kill It

Two months ago, Miami Today called for any county commissioner to admit subversion of our transit tax and initiate repeal. But realistically, we lamented, no one would step forward to…

First Swallows Of Our Economic Spring Offer Hope Of Thaw

Despite headlines proclaiming "Dow's Gain Is Its 7th In 8 Weeks" and "Less Gloom For Suppliers, Consumers," the economic freeze still chills, with gloom and doom aplenty. But local reports…

Miami Beachs Innovative Step To Restore Tourism Vitality

Some of us aren't just sitting as the recession steamrolls through. They're fighting back.…

Use Tunnel Setback To Dig Downtown Seaport Out Of A Hole

As downtown truck traffic grew year by year officials sat idle, awaiting a Port of Miami tunnel in 2012 to unclog streets.…

Use Tunnel Setback To Dig Downtown Seaport Out Of A Hole

As downtown truck traffic grew year by year officials sat idle, awaiting a Port of Miami tunnel in 2012 to unclog streets.…

Publics Stadium Money Is Going Going Almost Gone

A stadium vote costing Miami-Dade residents $2 billion against their will was a foregone conclusion. When, after all, was the last time the county heeded public opinion?…

Meetings Business Snared In A Trap Needs Funding Help

Corporate excess has combined with the recession to ship our meetings business to the lost luggage department.…

Turn Off The Spigot That Leaks Hijacked Transit Tax Funds

A sales tax that voters passed to expand transit has been stolen and subverted to general county revenue. A citizens' initiative should eliminate it.…

Private Stadium Offer Gives Commissioners An Out Pitch

Could it be that after all the fuss, the Marlins stadium saga will turn out as it always should have — a straight business deal rather than a political giveaway?…

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