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Roots of airport contract cheating reach back to county hall

In a dirty game, many of 400 to 500 firms holding contracts at Miami International Airport routinely underpay the county by as much as $3 million apiece. Now that Commissioner Dennis Moss has unveiled it in a…

Miamis Managerial Change Of Guard Goodbye Wild West

Miami's incoming manager can have a major impact on a city awash in both cash and ever-growing needs.…

School Board Shouldnt Wage Misguided Battle Over Book Ban

The Miami-Dade School Board is about to waste hundreds of thousands of dollars to show hundreds of thousands of students how bad life under Fidel Castro is - by doing…

When You Seek Facts Make Sure You Get The Real Mccoy

Journalists first learn to cite a source. Next they learn that more sources add weight. But only the best learn to assess well the credibility of sources.…

As Condo Express Slows Fire Up The Infrastructure Engine

We never welcome an economic hiccup, but the crashing halt of downtown Miami's condo express couldn't have come at a better time.…

Mayor Can Exercise His Right To Be Wrong We Shouldnt Bite

Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez' bid to create a strong mayor with unprecedented power has been ruled legal, but nothing says it's sensible.…

Brickell Name Battle Shows Tallahassee Needs Big Changes

The Battle of Brickell, just waged in Tallahassee over whether to rename two downtown blocks after the famed avenue, typifies needless state involvement and illustrates how faulty procedures imperil rational…

Strong Chamber Convoy Rolls Toward Highway Solutions

Rarely in 20 years has the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce's annual goals conference been so tightly focused. And since attendance shot up, more clout should be chasing fewer projects…

A Raise For County Commissioners Is Only Fairto Taxpayers

Miami-Dade commissioners for the eighth time are asking voters to raise their pay. Let's hope the eighth time is the charm.…

Publics Economic Clout Is Vital On Stage And At Home Plate

Beyond competing for ticket sales and public funds, sports and culture seldom cross paths. But the woes of the 14-year-old Florida Marlins and the 50-year-old Coconut Grove Playhouse intersect.…

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