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UM mustn’t be only local pick for the top 500 universities

As South Florida’s economic development leaders wrap up their entries in the sweepstakes to lure fast-growing global corporation Amazon’s second headquarters, we’d love to see how they’re finessing the issue of higher education.Amazon has made clear…

Mayor Alvarez Clean Up Dodge In Your Own Offices First

Five years ago, Miami-Dade voters were so disgusted by county commission antics that they went out and elected as mayor a non-politician, a straight-shooter who was going to clean up…

Civics Class Why The Airport Seeks Slot Machines And Racing

"Good morning, children. In civics class today we'll be talking about how Miami-Dade government really works. Do you know what the county does?"…

The Miami Circle Where Preservation Meets Recreation

It's been 10 years since the county spent $26.7 million of state money to buy 2.2 acres at the mouth of the Miami River in order to preserve a circle…

Miamis Great Green Hope A Front Lawn On Watson Island

Miami just can't keep its hands off public waterfront. It wants to develop every speck. …

Why Is Everyone Wellrepresented Except The Taxpayers

Who represents the taxpayers of Miami-Dade County? …

Benjamin Franklins Advice For Miamis Arts And Culture

When he risked charges of treason by signing the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, Benjamin Franklin supposedly said "We must all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall…

Gameplaying With Hot Potato Of 13 Tax Rate Hike Must End

Miami-Dade is playing a perilous game of hot potato with a 13% tax increase plan, exacerbating the worst recession in 70 years.…

Airports Entrepreneurial Ingenuity Is Commendable If

You have to admire the ingenuity to make lemonade out of lemons.…

The Missing Numbers Case A George Burgess Mystery

For three months leading up to the last vote that could avert an ill-conceived 40-year debt for a Florida Marlins stadium, county executives pushing the plan hid crucial facts that…

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