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UM’s trustees must lead so that a new president does too

University of Miami trustees have a golden opportunity as they replace their retiring president to sharpen the vision of the university’s mission and future and select the person most likely to get them there. Just picking a…

Chambers New Solvency Positions It For True Leadership

As the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce prepares for its annual goals-setting session and leadership change in mid-May, it's far better equipped to fulfill its mission than it has been…

No More Footdragging Repay Miamians What Theyre Due

A change in Miami city managers should not be permitted to delay refunding of illegal fire-rescue fees.…

Anticipate The Joint Ventures Pitfalls Before The Fire Sale

Outgoing City Manager Joe Arriola's legacy may well spotlight his efforts to sell the money-losing James L. Knight Center.…

Condo Markets Future Its So Much Clearer In Retrospect

Are we overbuilding high-rise residential properties in Dade County? …

A Road By Any Other Name Still Smells The Same In Miami

The folks who brought you the fire-fee scandal, the Three Amigos real estate cartel and the Parrot Jungle Island loan-repayment fiasco now have tried Brickellgate.…

Warfare Over Broken City Promises Needs Flower Power

Zinnias could halt an escalating war in Miami-Dade. Stay with me and I'll share the secret, gleaned from a companion at Saturday's half-century dinner of the Coconut Grove Playhouse.…

A Great Start On Dealing With Conflicts Of Interest In Office

A disclosure plan Mayor Carlos Alvarez lays out for top officials is so good that it shouldn't stop at county hall. With tweaking, it would benefit cities, too.…

Good Luck In Retirement Joe And Thanks For The Memories

Let us be the first to wish Miami City Manager Joe Arriola well in retirement. For more than three years, he has worked diligently and donated all of his salary…

In State Of The County Address Read Between The Lines

Last week's State of the County address was memorable primarily for what Mayor Carlos Alvarez didn't say. Not a word about his showcase bid to personally control almost every smidgeon…

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