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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…

Um Immigration Study Offers Positive Side Of Economic Impacts

A University of Miami immigration study, to be released in six weeks, will show that immigrants in Florida and Miami-Dade County contribute about as much economically as they take.…

Greater Miami Chamber Drafts Team To Find Home For Marlins

Using a business-like approach and the strength of its 6,600-member army of civic leaders, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce plans to take over efforts to build a baseball stadium…

Plans For Downtown Charter School Face New Hurdle

A new obstacle has surfaced in the Downtown Development Authority's campaign to acquire land for a charter school in downtown Miami.…

Gables To Carefully Weigh But Not Halt New Downtown Developments

Although members of the new Coral Gables City Commission promise to evaluate proposed projects more carefully with a view toward preserving the city's character, officials say development will not grind…

Swerdlow Sees Econversion Drawing Tenants To Miracle Center

It didn't work as a shopping mall, so now a team headed by the Swerdlow Group wants to turn the old Miracle Center building on Coral Way into an office…

Chamber Emphasizes Free Trade Alliance Services Marketing

From helping shape free-trade policies in Washington to developing alliances between Florida's service providers and companies worldwide, the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is determined to maintain a leadership role…

Alliance For Ethical Government Disbands After 3 Years

After three years of advocating for cleaner government, the Alliance for Ethical Government is closing up shop.…

Supply And Demand Continues To Drive Sales On Key Biscayne

As inventories dwindle to less than 2%, condominium values on Key Biscayne continue to increase and properties are sold just days after being listed, local real estate experts said.…

Entrepreneurs Mayor Penelas Head To South Africa

A group of entrepreneurs accompanied by Miami-Dade Mayor Alex Penelas are heading to South Africa and Botswana in search of new commercial opportunities. …

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