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Marlins need to pitch youth academy benefits to big leagues

As the Miami Marlins finish their seventh year in a ballpark that will cost the public $3 billion – the big bond payouts are still due – we’re waiting for Major League Baseball to keep its…

Quiz What Do School Upgrades And The Mob Have In Common

A brochure in the mail the other day told us how to get less-crowded classrooms and improve our schools.…

Mayor Should Make A Threestep Leap Into Leadership Role

In vetoing a misguided transit bailout, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Alvarez has taken his first leadership step.…

Miamis Good Times Rollbut For Too Few And For How Long

Miami is reveling in good times. While growth in the rest of the nation is the weakest in nearly two years, Miami's economy is booming - for some of us.…

Were Doing So Well On Building Housing That Its Scary

Was I the only one scared to death by an upbeat report on our front page last week that in the City of Miami alone, 66,648 housing units in 233…

County Set To Sell Out To Slots Operators For 24 In Beads

Miami-Dade commissioners are to vote today (1/20) on selling the county's soul for $9.8 million a year.…

Teaching The County Commission Free Enterprise Lesson 1

A war of words between Miami-Dade County's mayor and its county commission offers proof positive that the commission is the worst place to deal with county contracts.…

Duck And Cover The County Takes Aim On Citizen Oversight

Fooled again.…

Commissioners Order Truth Squads To Rebuild Their Image

Miami-Dade's county commission has trotted out a new weapon to whitewash its abysmal image.…

Marlins Wont Win With Las Vegas Gambit

As the Florida Marlins use the stalking horse of baseball-hungry Las Vegas to squeeze more cash for a stadium here, events in Washington suddenly play a keystone role.…

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