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Miami International Airport gets bonanza in federal grants

The Federal Aviation Administration awarded this week over $36 million in infrastructure grants to Miami International Airport to reconstruct and rehabilitate taxiways to improve the safety and efficiency of airport operations.The FAA announced the grant through…

Riverfront convention hub in deal with Hyatt

Riverfront convention hub in deal with Hyatt

Hyatt wants to control a downtown convention center the City of Miami now manages and at the same time get a longer lease. City officials are onboard and are negotiating…

Homestead again touted as US version of Paris Air Show

Homestead again touted as US version of Paris Air Show

Two Miami-Dade County commissioners are seeking to resurrect dreams of a commercial air show in Homestead similar to this month’s Paris Air Show. Dennis Moss and Daniella Levine Cava are…

PortMiami bonds earn ‘A’ rating with annual guarantees

PortMiami bonds earn ‘A’ rating with annual guarantees

A string of minimum annual guarantee agreements with cruise and cargo operators helped earn PortMiami bonds an A rating with a stable outlook from Fitch Ratings. In rating $570 million…

Pan American Sports Organization set to open in Miami

Pan American Sports Organization set to open in Miami

The Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), now being referred to as PanamSports, is set to open offices in Miami in July. “Miami has become the de facto meeting place for…

Polystyrene ban in Miami-Dade parks puts education first

Polystyrene ban in Miami-Dade parks puts education first

Effective July 1, polystyrene products will be banned in all Miami-Dade parks, including beaches, kicking off county enforcement that is geared more to education than to penalties. Warnings and efforts…

Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Miami’s downtown to leverage 88th All Star Game

Baseball fans are preparing for the 88th All Star Game July 6-11 – it’s Miami’s first turn to host the event, which dates back to 1933 – and the Downtown…

Parking authority itching to get into no-parking Beckham soccer stadium

Parking authority itching to get into no-parking Beckham soccer stadium

A planned 25,000-seat soccer stadium in Miami with no on-site parking remains a hot topic for those in charge of the city’s vast parking inventory. While the Miami Parking Authority…

Focus on NAFTA renegotiations, international trade in Miami

Focus on NAFTA renegotiations, international trade in Miami

Panelists at last week’s Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Goals Conference gathered to speak about trade and goods under the new administration, focusing especially on NAFTA renegotiations and international trade…

Miami-Dade looking at criminal courts needs

Miami-Dade looking at criminal courts needs

County Commission Chair Esteban Bovo Jr. believes Miami-Dade must take care of its imprisoned. “This was one of our priorities,” he said last week during his Policy Council meeting. “We’ll…

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