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Island mega-marina’s fluid situation

The city and county are working together to get water and sewer lines to mega resort and marina Island Gardens, under construction on city-owned Watson Island. Last week, without fanfare or a word of discussion, Miami commissioners…

Mayor Urges Local Group To Bring Marlins Stadium Plan To Fruition

With new marching orders from Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas, a local group created by Gov. Jeb Bush now shoulders the task of brokering state and City of Miami agreements that…

New Buildings At Barry Seen Transforming Campus Ambience

A trio of new buildings at Barry University, financed by a $27 million bond issue, will change the face of the Miami Shores campus, said Tim Czerniec, senior vice president…

Business In Miami Bullish Says Beacon Council Survey

Of 220 firms surveyed, 66% expect their sales in 2001 to rise, 64% expect higher profits than in 2000, and 45% expect to employ more workers next year.…

Trade Seen Stimulated By 3yearold Floridataiwan Pact

A three-year-old agreement between Florida and Taiwan is beginning to bear fruit, trade officials said.…

County Oks Arena Metrorail Stop For Mixeduse Project

In an effort to spur downtown development near the Miami Arena Metrorail stop, Miami-Dade County commissioners are working with a development firm to build a mixed-use project with the station…

Development Authority Vote For Chairman Ends In A Tie

With one of nine members absent, the Community Development Authority — meeting to find a new home for the Florida Marlins baseball team — failed last week to choose a…

Textile Plant Seeks Extension To Add 300 Jobs In Zone

A new textile manufacturing firm on the edge of Overtown could provide more than 300 jobs in one of the city's poorest neighborhoods, principals said.…

Survey In Works On Permitting

Prompted by what he terms "total frustration," Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas said he plans to survey 3,500 developers and general contractors in an effort to speed building permitting by the…

Binational Chamber Starts International Business Series

The Association of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce in South Florida this week launches a series of 12 cable TV shows on international business.…

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