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Courthouse consultant KPMG leaks confidential proposal, ousted

Less than a month before a decision on how to move forward on a new Miami-Dade courthouse, consultants last week leaked a confidential unsolicited proposal to a potential competitor.As a result, KPMG is no longer advising…

Light at end for tunnel under the Miami River

Light at end for tunnel under the Miami River

New developments should encourage proponents of a tunnel under the Miami River. On Monday, the county’s Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) released a study by Doral-based Atkins engineering firm. The study…

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

Downtown’s retail market strength drives businesses north

The strength of downtown’s retail market and its spiraling leasing rates have pushed merchants and restaurateurs farther north, observers say. Though she agrees that Edgewater and areas north benefit from…

Wynwood seeks proposals to hire ‘ambassador’ service

Wynwood seeks proposals to hire ‘ambassador’ service

In their continuing quest to make the area cleaner and more tourist-friendly, directors of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID) have requested proposals to hire an “ambassador” service. Ambassadors would…

Would-be Miami Marine Stadium operators tell what they’d do

Would-be Miami Marine Stadium operators tell what they’d do

When it comes to a restored and reopened Miami Marine Stadium, major unanswered questions include: Who will operate the venue and what will it be used for? Three groups showing…

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

FEMA won’t cover cost of replanting tree canopy after Irma

Though Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez requested that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) cover the full cost of debris removal from the county, FEMA doesn’t cover the cost of replanting…

Miracle Mile upgrade ‘on target and on schedule’

Miracle Mile upgrade ‘on target and on schedule’

One day after Hurricane Irma tore through Miami, workers were back on the job of renovating the north side of Miracle Mile, said Javier Betancourt, director of the Coral Gables…

County asked to restrict Port of Miami developments

County asked to restrict Port of Miami developments

Miami-Dade Commissioner Rebeca Sosa, who for years has sought to limit development at the Port of Miami to port-related projects, this week asked fellow commissions to make that aim county…

US Southern Command creates 53,000-plus jobs in region

US Southern Command creates 53,000-plus jobs in region

The US Southern Command, which moved its headquarters to Doral from Panama 20 years ago this month, has amassed a combined economic impact in Miami-Dade of 53,151 jobs, $5.4 billion…

Miami-Dade still doesn’t know who foots Hurricane Irma bills

Miami-Dade still doesn’t know who foots Hurricane Irma bills

While Miami-Dade County officials are hard at work recovering from Hurricane Irma, the county still doesn’t know who is to foot the bill for the preparations and pick-up, and it…

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