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Front Page » 2008 » February

Marlins Followingstadium Trend Of Vastly More Seats Than Parking

Somehow, a 37,000-seat ballpark with 5,750 parking spaces doesn't seem to add up.…

Dayjet Opens Here Offers Flexible Service To 45 Cities

Local business travelers yearning for a private jet for quick regional jaunts now have access to the next best thing, DayJet officials say.…

Calendar Of Events

Thursday 2/28…

Police Offer To Deploy Cameras Extra Patrols To Entertainment District

Security cameras and Miami police officers could keep an eye on the city's Entertainment District should the area Community Redevelopment Agency approve an $840,000 grant to the police force.…

County Giving Away 540 Million In Public Healthcare

It's hard to imagine businesses giving away their products and surviving, but Jackson Health System does just that while expanding and improving services.…

Calendar Of Events Dance

Friday 2/29…

State Of Port Bleak As Cargo Business Continues Drop

As in 2006, the Port of Miami sputtered as an economic engine in 2007, with a downward spiral in the tons and containers the port handles, including the number of…

Mia Bond Costs About To Escalate

Miami-Dade County debt service on $136 million in bonds will go from 3% to 6% or higher after credit worries in the auction-rate securities market last week led to failing…

Development District Buying Land To Get Housing Project Going

Anxious to get a project out of the ground in Overtown, Community Redevelopment Agency board members have agreed to buy property they were supposed to get for free.…

Fyi Miami

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