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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…

Citys Centerpiece Of Beauty And History Gone With The Wind

Looking across Biscayne Boulevard, the 73-foot-diameter SkyLife Balloon today dominates Miami's Bayfront Park in the very spot where the city's own Mildred and Claude Pepper Fountain briefly was the metropolitan…

Illegal Miami Meeting Plays Right Into Budgetcutters Hands

Legislators this week plan to force Miami to slash $22 million more out of its newly adopted budget, and an illegal meeting that the city whitewashed may help them succeed.…

Oh Oh Whd Have Thught Wed Get A Knckut Punch Dwntwn

Miami ingloriously became part of the spelling reform movement when its Downtown Development Authority last week voted to knock both O's out of Downtown Miami, leaving the name as Dwntwn…

Tax Cut Miami Style Tax Collections Spending Set To Rise

Local governments cry the blues over cuts the Legislature ordered to ease the tax burden on homeowners, but the way they define a cut doesn't soothe the pain.…

Waiterskip The Steak Ndash Just Give Me Some Service Please

Just when we think we've licked our image problems, they bite us again. Maybe we got complacent.…

Marlins About To Bring Ballpark Deal In From The Bullpen

The people controlling Miami's future — the operators of Major League Baseball — no longer insist on a new stadium downtown and now will accept one at the Orange Bowl…

Whos Watching Big Brother While Hes Watching You

Our front-page report last week seemed comforting: We're getting surveillance cameras throughout Miami to help control terrorism.…

A Kids Tantrum At County Hall Threatens To Smack All Of Us

If you think it'd be great to be a kid again, you're forgetting those childhood arguments. Think back ……

Stateordered Tax Cut May Foster Useful New Taxing Districts

The Florida Legislature's move to shrink local governments by trimming their tax resources may, ironically, spur the creation of tiny yet efficient quasi-governments.…

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