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Courthouse consultant KPMG leaks confidential proposal, ousted

Less than a month before a decision on how to move forward on a new Miami-Dade courthouse, consultants last week leaked a confidential unsolicited proposal to a potential competitor.As a result, KPMG is no longer advising…

State Auditor General Sends Team To Review School Finances

Accountants from the state's office of auditor general are joining the Miami-Dade Public School District's finance department for this year to scrutinize the agency's money-spending habits.…

Bill Could Fix Parking Surcharge

State Rep. Carlos Lacasa is offering to sponsor a bill that could repair Miami's parking surcharge law - declared unconstitutional by the Third District Court of Appeal.…

Recent Projections Show Cubans Being Overtaken By Other Groups

While Miami-Dade County has been the primary destination for Cubans since the 1960s, the number immigrants from other Latin countries combined are close to equaling their numbers, according to local…

Homestead Fiscal Status Gives Council Pause Over Pioneer

The future of a single-family home development in Homestead's historic downtown is on hold while city officials weigh the city's financial standing and consider a mixed-use option for the same…

International Visits Keep Area Tourism Well As Big Apple Sets Pace

International tourists to Miami-Dade County increased in number by 3.1% in 2000, according to the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, which also estimates that more than 5.6 million visited…

Miami Circle Site Planners To Weigh Opening Links To Nearby Sites

Short-term plans such as opening the Miami Circle to the public and long-term plans that could link it to Indian burial grounds at Brickell Park are on the drawing board…

Quebec To Tap Latin America From Miami Trade Office

As part of Quebec's Decade of the Americas program, Miami has become home to its newest commercial bureau in charge of increasing trade ties with Latin America and the Caribbean.…

Lionstone Evicts Tenants To Convert Downtown Ramada Dupont Hotel

Owner Lionstone Hotels & Resorts plans to start converting the residential portion of its newly acquired Ramada Dupont Plaza in downtown Miami into a Marriott extended stay style hotel within…

Charter Review Recommendations Could Weaken Mayors Powers

Evaluating the balance of power between executive and legislative branches of Miami-Dade County government was the most critical issue facing a charter review task force as it drafted current recommendations…

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