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Front Page » 2007 » June

New Code Could Hit Developers Hard In Wallet

Some downtown Miami developers could face serious damage to their wallets from a revamped system for calculating maximum buildable space and its bonus-fee structure proposed as a benefit to the…

Mount Sinai Officials May Decide To Keep Miami Heart Institute

After announcing plans to sell the 700,000-square-foot Miami Heart Institute complex to help pay for hospital expansions, Mount Sinai Medical Center officials now say they may instead retain the complex…

Calendar Of Events Sports

Thursday 6/28…

Moonlighting Contributed To Delays City Concedes

Miami staff has conceded that 11 design employees accused of running a private business on city time contributed to project delays and cost overruns in the city's bond program formerly…

Dutch Company Getting Its Name Out There With Marathon

The ING Miami Marathon is more than an annual weekend of running, marathon organizers say — the event has allowed one of the world's largest financial institutions to establish a…

New Publisher David Landsberg Leading The Herald Into Newspaper Industrys Multimedia Digital Future

Following a controversy surrounding reporters being paid to appear on government-controlled media that led to the resignation of publisher Jesus Diaz Jr., new owner McClatchy Co. turned in October to…

Irritated Commissioners Give Carnival Center 41 Million

The Carnival Center for the Performing Arts got a $4.1 million bailout and stern warnings Tuesday from Miami-Dade County commissioners, who inched closer to taking control of the financially-troubled waterfront…

Miami Will Contribute 50 Million To Port Tunnel Cfo Insists

Despite the uncertainty of some city commissioners and continued outright resistance from one, Miami administrators still plan to make the city's pledged $50 million contribution to Miami-Dade County's $1 billion…

Work On Charter Review Can Start As 16 Of 21 Panel Seats Are Filled

The Miami-Dade County Charter Review Task Force has filled 16 of its 21 seats, enough for a quorum that would allow the group to begin its work weighing sweeping changes…

Filming In Miami

Filming in Miami is the only compilation of motion picture, television, still and commercial shoots in Greater Miami. Shoots are listed by licensing jurisdiction.…

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