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Front Page » 2007 » September

County Approves Voluntary Farmland Preservation Program

Miami-Dade County commissioners last week approved a program designed to preserve agricultural land and open space, much of it in the southern part of the county.…

Carnival Center Says Event Parking Now Ample

The Carnival Center for the Performing Arts, which has wrestled with parking since conception, kicks off its second season with more than adequate parking, says President and CEO Michael Hardy,…

Calendar Of Events Dance

Thursday 9/27…

Brickells Villa Magna Gets Name Change More Focus On Commercial

The focus of the bayfront Villa Magna project has shifted yet again, this time from residential and hotel components to a major mixed-use development that uses restaurants and retail to…

Port Lands Cruise Line Will Build 60m Hq

The Port of Miami expects next month to announce a deal that will bring a new cruise line headquarters to the port as well as a new $60 million terminal…

Calendar Of Events Business

Thursday 9/27…

Tunnel Fund Decision Left Off City Agenda

In a move that could kill the state's and Miami-Dade County's long-anticipated Port of Miami tunnel, Miami administrators did not place on today's (9/27) commission agenda legislation committing $50 million…

Miami Set To Adopt Budget Under Rollback Threat From Legislature

Miami commissioners are to be asked today (9/27) to approve a city budget reflecting about $31 million in cuts — about $22 million less than state lawmakers say they'll be…

Port Tunnel Alternative Is Only Viable Solution For Heavy Downtown Truck Traffic Official Says

The Port of Miami tunnel is on political life support, and a state transportation official says there are no viable alternatives to relieving downtown truck traffic that the busy port…

Calendar Of Events Books

Friday 10/5…

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