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Miami commissioner goes after large-scale developments

A second Miami city commissioner is going after a provision in the zoning code that allows for large-scale developments with relaxed conditions called Special Area Plans, or SAPs. Commission Chairman Keon Hardemon proposes a moratorium on SAPs…

Binational Chamber Group Sets Showcase For Commerce

The Association of Bi-National Chambers of Commerce in South Florida Inc. is putting the final touches on planning the World Business Week showcase scheduled for March 26-30 in several Miami…

Latest Reports Say Miami Circle Part Of Trade Village

Growing evidence from the Miami Circle site suggests Brickell Point once housed a large aboriginal village with far-flung trading links, according to new reports from several archaeologists.…

Drop In International Passengers Linked To Canada Bahamas

The number of international passengers using Miami International Airport dropped 7.5% in January compared to the same month in 2000, a decrease Miami-Dade aviation officials attribute to fewer visitors from…

Study Of 6 Sites Miamis Vote On Stadium Due

Critical decisions face Miami commissioners in the next week about the use of city land and whether or not any parcel will become home to a stadium for the Florida…

Beach Mayor Is Hollywoodbound To Share Success Story

Miami Beach Mayor Neisen O. Kasdin will travel to Hollywood, CA, this week to share his experience as the head of a city that Urban Land Institute officials call a…

Terra Lycos Dotcom To Keep Miami Hq After Recent Merger

Terra Lycos, a global Internet network claiming a large share of the US Hispanic market, is keeping its Latin American headquarters and base for US operations in Miami, company officials…

Two Ways On Eighth Sought To Ease Brickell Traffic

Converting Southwest Eighth Street to two-way traffic between Brickell and South Miami avenues could alleviate traffic congestion worsened by the opening of the Brickell Avenue Bridge, officials said.…

Proposal For Ballpark West Of Biscayne Gathers Momentum

With three city commissioners publicly opposing a baseball stadium in Bicentennial Park, a proposal that places the site west of a re-routed Biscayne Boulevard could be picking up support while…

Miami Lands Initial Round Of Chileus Trade Talks

Miami will host a first round of talks March 26-30 that could lead to a free trade agreement between the US and Chile.…

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