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Dade Commissioner Gimenez Attempting To Get Transit Surtax Repeal On Ballot

It was up to voters to self-impose a half-percent sales surtax to fund new transit projects — and it should be their call whether to continue paying it now that…

Trirail Service Reduction Threats Overshadow Recent Fare Hike

Raising Tri-Rail fares for the first time in 14 years was essentially a non-event last week, with looming service reductions topping riders' and officials' list of concerns.…

Calendar Of Events Highlights

GREEN LUNCHEON…

Calendar Of Events Events

Friday 5/1…

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.…

Twotower Residential Hotel And Retail Complex In Downtown Miami Up For Vote

A local developer looks at the credit crisis and real estate bust as a perfect opportunity to lay plans to build a two-tower residential, hotel and retail complex in downtown…

Moodys Negative Outlook Does Not Dampen Local Spirits As Miamidade City Say Positioned Well Given Circumstances

Bond rating agency Moody's Investors Service has put a blanket negative outlook on the entire US local government sector. …

City Manager Drops Plan To Use General Fund Money On Marlins Stadium Garage

Objections from commissioners forced Miami City Manager Pete Hernandez to kill a request to borrow $9 million from the general fund reserve to pay for Marlins stadium garage pre-construction costs.…

Joseacute Fox Ending 2nd Decade At United Homecare Services With New Visions For Keeping Highrisk Elderly In Their Homes

Cuban-born José Fox first realized his attraction to social services during a trip to Honduras in the late 1960s, after earning his degree in sociology in Belgium. Witnessing the poverty…

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