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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…

Port of Miami Tunnel developer looks to transit deal too

Port of Miami Tunnel developer looks to transit deal too

The chief operating officer of a company that helped to fund, build and operate the Port of Miami Tunnel told a county committee last week how the firm’s aims might…

Miami-Dade police director says don’t buy dashboard cameras

Miami-Dade police director says don’t buy dashboard cameras

The director of the Miami-Dade Police Department has told county commissioners that they shouldn’t consider dashboard cameras for police cars because body-worn cameras already catch video and duplication would be…

Cleanup of Miami River tributaries to start in May

Cleanup of Miami River tributaries to start in May

The long-awaited cleanup of Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal is expected to start next month, says Horacio Stuart Aguirre, Miami River Commission chairman. Cleanup of the long-polluted Miami River tributary…

School for Advanced Studies in Doral doubling class size

School for Advanced Studies in Doral doubling class size

Just one year after opening its newest campus in Doral, the School for Advanced Studies is looking forward to doubling the class size at the campus, while all four other…

Florida Memorial University gains from California partnership

Florida Memorial University gains from California partnership

Miami Gardens-based Florida Memorial University has been reaping the benefits of a partnership established less than 10 months ago with more than 100 community colleges on the West Coast by…

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

A second Miami city commissioner is going after a provision in the zoning code that allows for large-scale developments with relaxed conditions called Special Area Plans, or SAPs. Commission Chairman…

Relief for traffic jams when Brickell Bridge opens

Relief for traffic jams when Brickell Bridge opens

Some relief for traffic jams when the Brickell Bridge opens may be ahead, Downtown Development Authority directors have heard. Chair Ken Russell, a Miami commissioner, met with Jim Wolfe, Florida…

Mayor looks to future funding for Miami-Dade parks

Mayor looks to future funding for Miami-Dade parks

Mayor Carlos Gimenez has issued a report to county commissioners about future parks and open spaces, stating Miami-Dade is within $1 million of fully expending the $230 million from Safe…

Miami OKs Major League Baseball deal for All-Star Game

Miami OKs Major League Baseball deal for All-Star Game

The Miami City Commission has OK’d an agreement with Major League Baseball clearing the way for the city to host this year’s All-Star Game at Marlins Park. Part of the…

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