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Courthouse consultant KPMG leaks confidential proposal, ousted

Less than a month before a decision on how to move forward on a new Miami-Dade courthouse, consultants last week leaked a confidential unsolicited proposal to a potential competitor.As a result, KPMG is no longer advising…

Super Bowl LIV team here looks for business players

Super Bowl LIV team here looks for business players

As Miami prepares to host Super Bowl LIV in 2020, the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee is looking to curate a list of 300-plus event-ready businesses in 35 business lines…

Miami-Dade County civil courthouse back at square one

Miami-Dade County civil courthouse back at square one

After a five-hour-long discussion about how to move forward with plans for a new Miami-Dade County civil courthouse, commissioners Tuesday delayed substantive decisions until May. “In essence, we are right…

Miami-Dade County’s transit expenses per rider up 15%

Miami-Dade County’s transit expenses per rider up 15%

Reports from Miami-Dade County’s transit operations show the challenges of operating mass transit as the county moves to add services in its six-corridor Smart Plan for added transportation. In a…

Construction jobs boom might have short life

Construction jobs boom might have short life

Despite continued growth in construction jobs since the economic collapse in 2007, industry experts predict that construction job growth will start to slow down in the next year or two…

City of Miami 90-property snafu costs developer a US 1 hotel

City of Miami 90-property snafu costs developer a US 1 hotel

More than 90 properties in the City of Miami have the wrong land use designation and do not match the corresponding zoning classification. The mistake occurred about 2010 when the…

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

Legislature funds keep Miami-Dade County Clerk’s offices open

The Florida Legislature has granted the Miami-Dade County clerk’s office $1.5 million to stay afloat this fiscal year, after cutting funding last year. “During a very difficult session, mostly due…

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

Developer’s payment to city gains more density in Wynwood

A developer is soon to write a $500,000 check to the City of Miami in a deal that will allow added density to a block-sized project in the heart of…

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

Reversible lanes may be quick, cheap fix as Smart plan stalls

While awaiting lengthy environmental studies to OK Miami-Dade’s rapid transit SMART plan, the county Transportation Planning Organization is looking at reversible lanes as a quick, cheap way to alleviate peak…

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

Fare-free municipal and county circulators a transit patch

While Miami-Dade County’s six-corridor rapid transit SMART plan is caught up in studies awaiting extra federal and state funds, members of the Transportation Planning Organization’s [TPO] Executive Policy Committee are…

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