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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…

Survey Puts Miami Near Top Among Women Business Startups

Despite a recent survey showing that 25% of women entering the workforce choose the same jobs their mothers and grandmothers did, statistics list Miami as one of the leading US…

Commission Salary Bid Limits Make Charter Committee Revision List

Proposed changes to Miami's city charter include raising commissioner salaries, increasing limits on buying services or products without needing to go out for bids and creating a two-step process to…

Land Swap In The Works To Build Downtown Charter School

A land swap that would pave the way for a charter school to be built in downtown Miami appears to be a go.…

New State Education Team Given Budget Code Organization Priorities

In efforts to streamline the state's education system, the new Florida Board of Education identified designing a budget, rewriting the school code and creating a more organized department of education…

Global Crossings To Double Size Of Latincaribbean Brickell Office

Global Crossings, an international broadband services provider, plans to more than double its leased space at its Latin American-Caribbean headquarters, 1221 Brickell Ave.…

Scene Set For Developers To Compete For Miamis Watson Island

Three proposals for Watson Island development, estimated to cost as much as $238 million, will be up for public scrutiny beginning Tuesday.…

High Tech Job Growth Measured As Sector Weighs Hiring Horizon

Despite market fluctuations during the past 18 months, a longer view of the high-tech industry in Miami-Dade shows positive job growth, said industry observers - though many companies are rethinking…

Acreage For Future Residential Development Go To Homestead

Homestead has annexed 400 acres along its northern border, setting the stage for a boost in tax revenues two to three years down the road if the land is developed…

West Coast Eleaders Knock On Tricounty Door For Inclusion In Plans

After lagging behind Southeast Florida's burgeoning technology industry for years, a group representing Florida's West Coast wants to join the region's new technology hub by partnering with some Miami-Dade organizations…

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