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Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade has an updated timeline to reduce the fossil fuel consumption of its vehicle fleet and convert a significant portion of that fleet to electric. County commissioners unanimously approved a resolution, sponsored by Daniella Levine…

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Two $3 million studies to assess Miami-Dade’s risk of storm flooding, sea level rise and the feasibility of reauthorizing a half-century beach erosion and hurricane protection project will commence at no cost to the county.…

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Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

City commissioners are prepared to OK hefty Miami parking rate hikes today (10/11), but the jump won’t impact city residents – though parking officials still…

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

The Florida Department of Transportation is studying traffic congestion on US 1 from Kendall Drive to I-95 and is asking Miami-Dade residents to take a…

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

A new revenue stream will bring in dollars to the Bayfront Park Management Trust for the next decade after the Miami City Commission approved a…

Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft’s new Learjet service facility at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport will bring not only $100 million in capital investment and…

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Opinion

Don’t force on Miami-Dade an unqualified elected sheriff

Don’t force on Miami-Dade an unqualified elected sheriff

Deep on a long Nov. 6 ballot, a terrible offering could force Miami-Dade to elect a sheriff with no required qualifications.If passed, our top cop would need no police training, no ability to run a large paramilitary team, no skills in handling personnel or dealing with a big budget – just popularity and the energy to twist arms for campaign cash.The sheriff wouldn’t need skills dealing with a host of current thorny issues like police weapons use, mass shootings, ethnic…

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Katherine Fernandez Rundle: Innovative programs during 25 years as state attorney

Katherine Fernandez Rundle: Innovative programs during 25 years as state attorney

For Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle, 2018 marks a quarter-century as the county’s top law enforcer in the largest prosecutor’s office in the state and the fourth largest in the nation.Ms. Fernandez Rundle is the county’s third state attorney, succeeding Janet Reno and Richard E. Gerstein, but her tenure is decorated with a myriad of firsts.The first Hispanic state attorney for Florida and a member of the Florida Women’s Hall of Fame, she helped write and pass the Florida…

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Real Estate

JP Morgan Chase to add 35 Florida branches

JP Morgan Chase to add 35 Florida branches

JPMorgan Chase on Tuesday announced plans to expand its Sunshine State footprint over the next three years with 35 branches, including 10 across Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties. The announcement was made precisely 10…

Government

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

City commissioners are prepared to OK hefty Miami parking rate hikes today (10/11), but the jump won’t impact city residents – though parking officials still must figure out how to do that. Miami Parking Authority…

Business & Finance

Federal push seeks to end Gables firm’s contract impasse with Egypt

Federal push seeks to end Gables firm’s contract impasse with Egypt

Coral Gables-based Blumberg Grain has written backing in a letter from four South Florida congressmen to Egypt’s president in the company’s quest to resolve issues with the Egypt on a program to improve grain storage,…

Communities

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

Wireless giant putting its equipment into Museum Park

A new revenue stream will bring in dollars to the Bayfront Park Management Trust for the next decade after the Miami City Commission approved a deal for cellular equipment installations in Bayfront Park and neighboring…

Arts & Culture

Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami may create Caribbean art center

Pérez Art Museum Miami – along with its predecessor institutions – is coming up on its 35th anniversary of bringing modern and contemporary art to South Florida and is now looking at the potential to…

Education

Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Bombardier plans links with schools to train its Miami workers

Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Business Aircraft’s new Learjet service facility at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport will bring not only $100 million in capital investment and 300 jobs but also an engagement with local schools to…

Healthcare

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

Jackson Health System faces hearing on opening Doral hospital

The state received a “certificate of need” application from the Public Health Trust of Miami-Dade County last week for a Jackson Health System 100-bed acute care hospital in Doral, according to the Florida Agency for…

Transportation

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

Florida Department of Transportation studies U.S. 1 congestion

The Florida Department of Transportation is studying traffic congestion on US 1 from Kendall Drive to I-95 and is asking Miami-Dade residents to take a survey to help develop appropriate solutions. The roughly 18-mile stretch…

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