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Bonanza may raise Miami-Dade Transit federal funding by 24% to 30%

Bonanza may raise Miami-Dade Transit federal funding by 24% to 30%

Funds directed to Miami-Dade transit projects from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will increase federal formula transit funds 24% to 30% and the county will still compete for additional money through grant programs, Eulois…

Poseidon Ferry looks for dock use at Miami City Hall

Poseidon Ferry looks for dock use at Miami City Hall

As passenger counts on Poseidon Ferry’s Miami-Miami Beach route, now at about 120-150 riders a day, continue to rise, CEO Johnathan Silvia is looking ahead to adding service to Coconut Grove in January. With the…

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International travel jump lifts Miami International Airport

International travel jump lifts Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport has averaged 5,000 more international passenger arrivals daily since travel restrictions were lifted, and totals now surpass 2019. Passenger traffic rose 6%…

Beacon Council targeted jobs initiative paid big dividends

Beacon Council targeted jobs initiative paid big dividends

Targeted jobs initiative One Community One Goal, which was shut down last month when a new program called Opportunity Miami replaced it, listed high new…

First building in vast Little Haiti project gets OK

First building in vast Little Haiti project gets OK

The very first building proposed to launch a major mixed-use project destined to change Little Haiti gained the support of the City of Miami’s influential…

Miami board denies Wynwood Station mixed-use project

Miami board denies Wynwood Station mixed-use project

A mixed-use residential project planned for the east side of the Wynwood Arts District, near Midtown and Edgewater, was denied by the City of Miami’s…

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Opinion

Is privately built five-level air cargo hub too good to be true?

Is privately built five-level air cargo hub too good to be true?

Miami-Dade is weighing an unsolicited offer to fill an air cargo gap made public last month amidst a global air shipping boom. The developer asks to multiply cargo capacity at a new vertical hub at landlocked Miami International Airport and pay for it all. If this sounds too good to be true, it might be. Details have yet to be unveiled and, if the county follows its rules, they might not be public until after the mayor and commission react by…

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George Hanbury: To celebrate Nova Southeastern University achievements

George Hanbury: To celebrate Nova Southeastern University achievements

“Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” That quote from the inaugural speech of President John F. Kennedy hit George Hanbury like a light bulb, he recalls. The president and CEO of Nova Southeastern University changed his career path when he went out of college as he heard those words on the day of the burial of President Kennedy.  For 30 years, Mr. Hanbury was a public servant, holding…

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Miami board denies Wynwood Station mixed-use project

Miami board denies Wynwood Station mixed-use project

A mixed-use residential project planned for the east side of the Wynwood Arts District, near Midtown and Edgewater, was denied by the City of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board. Developer-owner Newcomb Properties #2 LLC plans…

Government

Bonanza may raise Miami-Dade Transit federal funding by 24% to 30%

Bonanza may raise Miami-Dade Transit federal funding by 24% to 30%

Funds directed to Miami-Dade transit projects from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will increase federal formula transit funds 24% to 30% and the county will still compete for additional money through grant programs, Eulois…

Business & Finance

Beacon Council targeted jobs initiative paid big dividends

Beacon Council targeted jobs initiative paid big dividends

Targeted jobs initiative One Community One Goal, which was shut down last month when a new program called Opportunity Miami replaced it, listed high new job totals in annual reports. From 2012 to 2019 Miami-Dade…

Communities

First building in vast Little Haiti project gets OK

First building in vast Little Haiti project gets OK

The very first building proposed to launch a major mixed-use project destined to change Little Haiti gained the support of the City of Miami’s influential Urban Development Review Board. At its November meeting the board…

Arts & Culture

Museums, private collections welcome Art Week

Museums, private collections welcome Art Week

Reinforcing its position as the premier art fair of the Americas, Art Basel Miami Beach has returned with a full helping of exhibits and participation of top Miami-Dade County art organizations. Visitors to Art Basel…

Education

Miami Book Fair opens with most flexible programming

Miami Book Fair opens with most flexible programming

After devising an all-virtual work-around in compliance with pandemic restrictions a year ago, Miami Book Fair is back at Miami Dade College’s downtown Wolfson Campus with its most flexible programming yet. The 2021 edition, continuing…

Healthcare

New Mount Sinai Cancer Center in design

New Mount Sinai Cancer Center in design

Mount Sinai Medical Center is moving forward to develop a state-of-the-art cancer center. After getting approval from Miami Beach city commissioners in August for use of up to $150 million of Health Facilities Authority Hospital…

Transportation

International travel jump lifts Miami International Airport

International travel jump lifts Miami International Airport

Miami International Airport has averaged 5,000 more international passenger arrivals daily since travel restrictions were lifted, and totals now surpass 2019. Passenger traffic rose 6% from Nov. 8 – the day the US welcomed back…

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