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Front Page » 2006 » August (Page 3)

Concourse To Be Closed After New Terminal Is Opened

Airlines and travelers will lose 17 gates at Miami International Airport's North Terminal for two to three years as aviation officials hope to speed up renovation work and rein in…

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City Shouldnt Give A 200 Million Gift For An Urban Eyesore

Such temerity: The developer of City Square at the Miami Herald site is asking Miami's government to fund the full $200 million cost of the retail mall's parking garage -…

Office Rents Rising After Years Of Flatlining

After several years of near-stagnation, office rental rates are on the rise, a trend likely to continue at least until new construction takes some of the pressure off tight vacancies,…

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Gables Commissioners Authorize Lawsuit Against Trolley Company

Coral Gables commissioners Tuesday authorized a lawsuit against trolley provider Ebus for what officials feel is a breach of warranty while the company's owner says he offered to resolve the…

Citizens To Continue Insuring Construction

Citizens Property Insurance Co. will continue to write builders risk insurance after Dec. 31 if no private company emerges to do so, said a spokesman for the state-run insurer of…

Enrollment Continues To Fall In Countys Public Schools

Enrollment in Miami-Dade County public schools continued to fall as the new school year opened last week - which is like to cost the district several million dollars in funding.…

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