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If Marlins’ owners can’t sell rights, pray they can sell team

The Atlanta Braves, still more than two years from moving into a $622 million suburban ballpark, last week announced a 25-year deal that will see the 41,500-seat stadium branded SunTrust Park. Meanwhile, the Miami Marlins today finish…

Isolationist bid preference plan a lose-lose county handicap

In a county whose income rests on national and global ties, we act like economic isolationists by erecting contract preference barriers. On the one hand we labor to lure hubs…

City Manager Needs To Weigh In On Convention Center Battle

City Manager Needs To Weigh In On Convention Center Battle

We've needed a modern convention center for so long that we'd like to overlook the process we're suffering to get one, as though the vital end justified the very ugly…

Commissioners Take Practical Approach To Sea Level Change

Commissioners Take Practical Approach To Sea Level Change

Miami-Dade commissioners last week took an environmentally and politically wise course in establishing a Sea Level Rise Task Force of six experts to determine potential impact of sea level change…

Stephen Ross Welcome To The Independence Day Festivities

Political action is the American way. It's part of what democracy is all about.…

Sea level change is long term, response team should be too

Sea level change is long term, response team should be too

What area of the US would rising sea levels hit hardest? Florida is ground zero. What locale has the most to lose as beaches disappear under water along with coastal…

Sea Level Change Is Long Term Response Team Should Be Too

What area of the US would rising sea levels hit hardest?…

Money Upkeep Politics Impeding Transportation Solutions

A week after a transportation summit's gauging of mobility or immobility revealed that the green fuel of public transport-ation's future is money, a county Finance Committee detoured down the same…

Intellectual Curiosity About The Economics Of Higher Education

It seems like a great quest for knowledge: find out the exact impact of higher education on Miami-Dade County's eco-nomy. A resolution asking exactly that was before a county commission…

Puzzles Tax Rates Beacon Council Control Absent Officials

Dozens of bright questions at last week's Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce goals sessions are worth probing. Some will lead to progress. Others will fly off radar screens.…

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