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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…

Major Convention Due On Beach In June Seen Drawing Delegates From 60 Nations

A conference for senior-level entertainment marketing executives is expected to bring 6,000 participants from more than 60 countries to Miami Beach as officials anticipate spending nearly $5.7 million during their…

Downtown Charter School Faces New Hurdle Of Plans For Nearby Parcel

All that stands in the way of opening a charter school in downtown Miami is approval by the county's school district, which could come as early as this month or…

Mimo Tackles The Challenge Of Historic Designation Selections

With buildings from the post-war boom of the late 1940s and early '50s becoming eligible for historic designation, local planners and architectural historians say they're facing the difficult task of…

Miamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Votemiamidade Commissioners Ask Governor To Veto Airport Authority Vote

County commissioners fired their first salvo Tuesday against two bills - just approved by the legislature and affecting local government - and called for the governor to veto a vote…

A trend of transforming obsolete offices into residential housing in downtown Miami is adding affordable rental units to a market that previously offered few choices.…

Finding Sponsors Is Next Step For Flamingos In Paradise Project

More than 400 designs have been approved for "Flamingos in Paradise," a project of Miami-Dade Art in Public Places.…

Miami Heat Delays Building Retail Area In Order To Host Yacht Race

Development of a prime piece of bay land behind the American Airlines Arena appears to be on hold until the end of a yacht race to be based there next…

Tunnel To Port Of Miami Gains Priority Costs Rising

State and local transportation officials seeking to ease downtown traffic snarls by integrating plans for a $600 million tunnel between Watson Island and the Port of Miami into a comprehensive…

Port Employs Discount Package Deals To Lure More Cargo

With an eye on capturing more international trade and staying competitive with other East Coast shipping terminal services, the Port of Miami is expanding its use of business cost incentives.…

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