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Sen. Bill Nelson in Brickell Avenue Bridge battle

To help resolve a long-brewing Brickell Avenue Bridge battle over traffic snarls, Miami’s Downtown Development Authority has recruited US Sen. Bill Nelson to insist that bridge lockdown rules be followed and times expanded. Oversight of the Coast…

David Beckham’s soccer stadium gets river commission voice

David Beckham’s soccer stadium gets river commission voice

As David Beckham’s group works to get land in Overtown for a Major League Soccer stadium, the Miami River Commission wants a voice in decisions. The 650 NW Eighth St.…

Court slams Miami Open’s bid to expand

Court slams Miami Open’s bid to expand

Litigation concerning control of Key Biscayne’s Crandon Park, where the Miami Open tennis tournament has been played since 1987, is finished now that the Third District Court of Appeal upheld…

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

Seaplane base revival faces city vote

A Miami vote tied to revival of an historic seaplane base on Watson Island was put off after newly-elected Commissioner Ken Russell questioned the best use of the city-owned land.…

Entrepreneurs join the Drones Club

Entrepreneurs join the Drones Club

Hovering quietly overhead of hundreds assembled for the Beacon Council’s 30th Anniversary celebration in October was a drone equipped with a camera. It was technology being employed to capture a…

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Battle over sharing of Youth Fair site

Commissioner Juan Zapata has lambasted Mayor Carlos Gimenez for considering that Florida International University and the county Youth Fair share the fair’s Tamiami Park site and urged the mayor to…

Officials look at rebuilding airport terminal

Officials look at rebuilding airport terminal

Members of the county’s Trade and Tourism Committee say the public should have a clear sense of where long-anticipated plans stand for a refurbished central terminal at Miami International Airport…

State Honduran mission yields big sales

State Honduran mission yields big sales

More than half the businesses that flew to Honduras this month on an export sales mission led by Enterprise Florida secured new trade ties. The 14 firms alone are projecting…

Landfill gas cash cow hits hiccup

Landfill gas cash cow hits hiccup

The Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department’s plan to save money at the South District Wastewater Treatment Plant’s cogeneration facility has met with some setbacks, but solutions are now on the…

Surprise: Brazil tourism in Miami grows again

Surprise: Brazil tourism in Miami grows again

Brazil retains its No. 1 spot among Miami’s international overnight visitors – a pleasant surprise for local business leaders who feared recession at home would deter many Brazilians from flying…

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