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Brightline, Miami huddle on making rail line safer

Brightline, Miami huddle on making rail line safer

A steady flow of passenger trains will be returning to downtown Miami soon and city officials are concerned about public safety. The higher-speed private rail service Brightline launched one month ago with trips between Fort…

Massive American Dream Mall under review microscope

Massive American Dream Mall under review microscope

The massive American Dream Mall project is currently a dream in the review process, with no set deadline on when it will move on to the next stage. “Right now the reviewing agencies are still…

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$9.2 million deficit looms to restore Miami Marine Stadium

$9.2 million deficit looms to restore Miami Marine Stadium

City of Miami officials are estimating a $9.2 million deficit for the project to restore Miami Marine Stadium and build the new maritime museum and…

Singapore Air Show draws 10 participating companies from Florida

Singapore Air Show draws 10 participating companies from Florida

The Singapore Air Show, Asia’s largest aerospace and defense exhibition, last week drew 10 participating companies from Florida. “It’s a tremendous show if your company…

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

With Miami-Dade struggling to find innovative ways to funnel money into its SMART plan to add rapid transit while also keeping up with daily operations,…

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

The Plaza Coral Gables, formerly known as the Mediterranean Village, is still in the process of reviewing permits along with neighborhood concerns before moving forward…

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Opinion

Don’t build more transit if county can’t build transit riders

Don’t build more transit if county can’t build transit riders

If Miami-Dade doesn’t start running transit more hours, more reliably and with growing rather than disappearing loads, talk of six new corridors should remain just that – talk.Commissioners last week uncorked a new revenue stream, a transit tax district. State legislators also want to take taxes stolen from new transit and put the money back where it belongs. Commissioners too talk about a second transit sales tax to double receipts.Those three could be major pieces of a puzzle to fund…

Profile

Al Dotson Jr.: To become managing partner of Bilzin Sumberg law firm

Al Dotson Jr.: To become managing partner of Bilzin Sumberg law firm

Albert E. Dotson Jr. began his legal career as a real estate lawyer and then became a litigator. Today, he’s practice group leader of Bilzin Sumberg’s land development and government relations practice group and is a recognized innovator in public/private partnerships. He was recently elected to be the firm’s next managing partner, and will begin his two-year term Jan. 1, 2019.Mr. Dotson’s role model for business and life is his father; interning for Janet Reno inspired him to become a…

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Real Estate

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

Plaza Coral Gables works through the chain of reviews

The Plaza Coral Gables, formerly known as the Mediterranean Village, is still in the process of reviewing permits along with neighborhood concerns before moving forward with any further construction, according to city Planning and Zoning…

Government

$9.2 million deficit looms to restore Miami Marine Stadium

$9.2 million deficit looms to restore Miami Marine Stadium

City of Miami officials are estimating a $9.2 million deficit for the project to restore Miami Marine Stadium and build the new maritime museum and welcoming center next door. The city intends to renovate the…

Business & Finance

Singapore Air Show draws 10 participating companies from Florida

Singapore Air Show draws 10 participating companies from Florida

The Singapore Air Show, Asia’s largest aerospace and defense exhibition, last week drew 10 participating companies from Florida. “It’s a tremendous show if your company has a focus on aerospace,” said Manny Mencia, Coral Gables-based…

Communities

Clean-up of Miami River tributaries in home stretch

Clean-up of Miami River tributaries in home stretch

The dredging of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal, part of a major environmental clean-up project to the tributary connected to the Miami River, is entering its final phase. This is welcome news to members of…

Arts & Culture

Coconut Grove Arts Festival shifts away from carnival features

Coconut Grove Arts Festival shifts away from carnival features

The Coconut Grove Arts Festival returns next week for its 55th year, highlighting the works of 380 internationally recognized artists during its annual three-day festival. This year’s art show will include works in mixed media,…

Education

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Enrollments of international undergrads rising in Miami-Dade

Most colleges and universities in Miami-Dade are seeing the enrollment of international undergraduates rising as their numbers decline nationwide. Florida is an exception, said Florida International University economics Professor Jorge Salazar-Carrillo. He credits year-round warm…

Healthcare

Arab Health event in Dubai showcases eight Miami-Dade firms

Arab Health event in Dubai showcases eight Miami-Dade firms

Florida was the US state with the most companies showcased at the 2018 Arab Health event this week in United Arab Emirates in Dubai. Eight of the 19 firms inside the Florida pavilion alone were…

Transportation

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

25% of Miami-Dade buses run free because fare boxes broken

With Miami-Dade struggling to find innovative ways to funnel money into its SMART plan to add rapid transit while also keeping up with daily operations, the Transportation Workers Union says the Transportation and Public Works…

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