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Debate public-private deals before they’re set in concrete

Governments are signing more public-private partnerships, a healthy trend – that is, if deals serve a public interest and don’t crowd out pressing needs. Last week we wrote about two such deals: Swire shut down the Eighth…

The Economy Has Treated You Well And You Do The Same For Us

The economy has been very, very good to Miami Today readers in the past 21/2 years, our latest readership survey shows. While 32% of you were millionaires when we took…

States Brickell Land Quadruples In Valueis It Time To Sell

Nearly seven years ago, an archaeological dig at the bare site planned for a pair of condo towers at the mouth of the Miami River discovered the remains of some…

A Trusted Adviser Helps Mayor Alvarez Salvage His Future

If Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez has a trusted adviser anywhere, here's what he should be told:…

Jeffrey Loria And The Miami Herald Should Get Together

As rumors swirled, fans held their breaths until the July 31 baseball trading deadline, hoping the Marlins wouldn't swap pitcher A.J. Burnett and Miami-schooled third baseman Mike Lowell for outsiders.…

Beyond Any Bubble Many Miamians Face A Housing Shortage

A USA Today report says that as housing prices escalate, "some real estate markets around the world are making the US look calm." Spiraling housing prices abroad, the report says,…

This Time You Can Believe The Headlinesand Well All Benefit

Long-time readers may find last week's front-page headline, "Plan for new Camillus House facility in the works," all too familiar.…

Miamis Steep Rise In Consumer Prices Raises Warning Flags

It's been so long since inflation threatened Miami that federal figures last week sounded alarms: The Consumer Price Index in South Florida rose 4% in the first half of this…

Where Are Business Leaders As County Tramples The Airport

A few years ago, business leaders united to protect the county's economic engine by seeking an authority to guide Miami International Airport. But business turned its back and the airport's…

Miami Vice Filming Visiting Events Bolster Our Economy

After we wrote last week that "Miami Vice" is to pump $25 million to $30 million into Miami's economy, a reader dissented.…

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