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Front Page » 2018 » July

FYI Miami: August 2, 2018

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. FDOT OKS…

Filming in Miami: August 2, 2018

These film permits were issued last week by the Miami-Dade County Department of Regulatory & Economic Resources’ Office of Film and Entertainment, (305) 375-3288; the Miami Mayor’s Office of Film,…

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Don’t let Dolphins’ bonanza reopen business bidding war

Don’t let Dolphins’ bonanza reopen business bidding war

Miami opens purses for sports so freely and so often that it was no surprise when the county last week granted the Miami Dolphins up to $71 million to build…

Carlos Giménez: Mayor sees county taking lead on new mobility modes

Carlos Giménez: Mayor sees county taking lead on new mobility modes

Shortly after Carlos A. Giménez was elected Miami-Dade County mayor in June 2011, the former county commissioner and Miami city manager told Miami Today that transitioning to his new role…

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

The city’s Urban Development Review Board recommends Little Havana apartments/retail plan

A developer plans to transform a corner block in Little Havana into a mixed-use apartment building lined by retail shops. Altman Development Corp. is proposing to construct a project called…

No doldrums: new jobs spurt up in manufacturing, construction giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a boost

No doldrums: new jobs spurt up in manufacturing, construction giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a boost

Growing jobs are giving Miami-Dade County’s economy a solid boost in the heat of summer months that decades ago were known only for the off-season doldrums. Both the US Bureau…

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

For the first time in seven years, City of Miami doesn’t lower overall millage rate

The proposed overall millage rate in the City of Miami, used to calculate property tax bills, will remain unchanged for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1. The city commission…

Cross Bay Express trolley may charge $5, start in September

Cross Bay Express trolley may charge $5, start in September

The City of Miami has agreed to expand its trolley system by launching a Cross Bay Express to ferry passengers from Downtown Miami to Miami Beach and back. It will…

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

Miami-Dade commissioners have approved paying both the remainder of the county’s investment in a $3 million feasibility study of improvements to PortMiami as well as the portion the US Army…

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