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City seeks to retain National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Miami city commissioners are urging the federal government to retain the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries Headquarters at its current location on Virginia Key.NOAA is reportedly considering relocating its Southeast Fisheries Science Center to…

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…

One Miami Team Says Buyer Found For Biscayne Bay Piece Of Project

The landowner of the 9-acre One Miami project said the multiphase development near the mouth of the Miami River is progressing again with the sale of one of four of…

Competing Plans For Watson Island Developments Ready For Evaluation

Three developers this week presented competing proposals to build a mega-yacht marina, fish market and hotel on the northern tip of Watson Island.…

Gables Elects To Raze City Hall Annex Plot Future For Project

Reasoning that city finances could not support a $16 million city hall annex, Coral Gables commissioners decided to demolish the partially built structure, but try to acquire more land along…

Microtel Buys Airportarea Plot For Hotel Venture

A parcel of land at Northwest 36th Street and 58th Avenue recently purchased for $1.85 million by a South American developer is to become the site of a 160-room Microtel…

New Board Asked To Monitor County Beautification Projects

The county on Tuesday plans to give permanent life to a Community Image Advisory Board that will become responsible for identifying and overseeing beautification projects for areas heavily used by…

4 Initiatives Separately Seek To Unknot Regions Snarled Traffic

Faced with some of the nation's most notorious traffic obstacles, at least four initiatives are under way to bring together South Florida's transportation experts and, in Miami-Dade County, target bus…

Homestead Weighs Options To Gain Revenue From Mostly Idle Stadium

While awaiting word on its bid to become the training camp for the US Soccer Federation, the City of Homestead is entertaining other proposals for its baseball stadium that include…

No Study Of Brickell Park Gravesites Planned But Development Is Unlikely

The discovery in Brickell Park of graves thought by archaeologists to be connected to the Native American community that built the Miami Circle will probably ensure that the park remains…

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