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Front Page » 2008 » October (Page 5)

Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

Calendar Of Events Sports

Friday 10/24…

Calendar Of Events Outdoors

Thursday 10/23…

Alyce Robertson Has Mended Fences Now Sees Chance To Get Results As Downtown Development Authority Chief

All eyes were on Miami's Downtown Development Authority when Alyce Robertson stepped in as interim director earlier this year. A Macy's executive's public criticism of the state of downtown thrust…

Miamidade Wont Seek Financing For 515 Million Ballpark Until Spring Two Years Before Marlins Lease With Dolphin Stadium Expires

It will be about Major League Baseball's opening day before Miami-Dade County begins to seek financing for a $515 million Marlins ballpark.…

Out With The Old Miami Beach Mayor Would Like To Move Forward With A New Convention Center After Years Discussing An Expansion

After years of disagreements over expanding the Miami Beach Convention Center, in the end a brand-new facility may be in the cards.…

Miami Commission Set To Act On Future Of 25acre Worldcenter Project

After several delays, the awaited arrival of 25-acre Miami Worldcenter development to the city commission is here.…

Delays In Setting Final Contract Could Push Port Of Miami Tunnel Opening Back A Year To 2013

Delays in setting a final contract for a $1 billion-plus tunnel to the Port of Miami could push back the project's once-expected opening, said Gus Pego, District 6 secretary for…

Dades Mobile Home Park Moratorium Continued

Unhappy with alternatives offered by staffers, Miami-Dade commissioners voted Tuesday to extend for four more months an already year-long moratorium on issuing building permits for mobile home parks.…

Miami Dda Okd To Limit Deposits With Wachovia Find New Home For Other Money

Miami's Downtown Development Authority has received board approval to limit its deposits with Wachovia and find a new home for some of the rest of its money.…

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