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Miami-Dade County navigates tough course for more marina space

With all six county-owned marinas at full capacity and an estimated planning and construction period of at least four years, it doesn’t look like Miami-Dade boaters will be getting a new marina soon. “We live in one…

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to run Grove landmark

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to run Grove landmark

County commissioners on Tuesday approved without discussion on initial reading an agreement with the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Trust Inc. to operate the museum and historic landmark in Coconut Grove.…

Visiting Japanese Fulbright alumni talk of common issues

Visiting Japanese Fulbright alumni talk of common issues

Across societies around the world, national and local governments are facing at least some of the same grand-scale issues. Climate change, sea level rise, international business development and women’s empowerment…

Miami parking agency wants to control Biscayne Green boulevard

Miami parking agency wants to control Biscayne Green boulevard

Art Noriega, the man who runs the City of Miami’s parking agency, says he wants control of a project called Biscayne Green, designed to make one of the busiest streets…

Park-and-ride facility targeted for new spending

Park-and-ride facility targeted for new spending

Board members of the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust voted unanimously April 24 to recommend to county leadership that $2.6 million in surtax funds be spent for a park-and-ride facility at…

Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) getting new terminal in Miami

Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) getting new terminal in Miami

County commissioners on Tuesday approved an agreement between Miami-Dade and Norwegian Cruise Lines (Bahamas) Ltd. for construction of a new cruise terminal, expected to cost $100 million, at PortMiami. Joe…

Greater Miami leaders get Gold Medal honors

Greater Miami leaders get Gold Medal honors

Three accomplished individuals and three prominent organizations accepted Gold Medal honors highlighting their outstanding contributions to Greater Miami at Miami Today’s Gold Medal Awards dinner last week. During the ceremony,…

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

New fire station in works in downtown Miami

A new fire station in the heart of downtown Miami is in the works to possibly replace Station 1 at 144 NE Fifth St., the city’s oldest firehouse. City commissioners…

Brexit not affecting trade financing

Brexit not affecting trade financing

Even as international and domestic markets adjust to major global changes – like Brexit, a new US administration, a high foreign exchange, and a rise in US interest rates –…

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

Homestead super-strength fertilizer plant due back on line

The City of Homestead’s composting facility, which turns the city’s bio-solid waste into super-strength fertilizer, is expected to come back online within the next four months after a year-long pause…

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