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Front Page » 2018 » July (Page 2)

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

Automated vehicles – self-driving and self-parking cars, trucks, air and watercraft – are no longer things of science fiction. The technology is here, albeit primitively and in limited number, and…

16 county properties around Government Center clustered in transit development zone

16 county properties around Government Center clustered in transit development zone

Sixteen Miami-Dade properties around Government Center previously under City of Miami jurisdiction will be incorporated into the Fixed-Guideway Rapid Transit Development Zone (RTZ), transforming the regulatory and development approval framework…

Sally Heyman: Commissioner targets public safety, personal freedoms

Sally Heyman: Commissioner targets public safety, personal freedoms

For Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman, public service has been a lifelong pursuit ranging from youth volunteerism and public school teaching to work with juvenile services, two police departments and more…

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FYI Miami: July 26, 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. METROMOVER FARE…

Jai-alai in Edgewater would lead to casino complex in Omni

Jai-alai in Edgewater would lead to casino complex in Omni

Few are saying so, but civic leaders’ objections to a gambling incursion on downtown’s north edge must be more about what will follow than about a tawdry jai-alai fronton and…

Filming in Miami: July 26, 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,…

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

28 of 136 rail cars, 42 new buses roll slowly into county’s overaged fleets

As Miami-Dade County adds to its transit system with a new and improved fleet of vehicles, there have been growing pains, according to a July 12 transportation department status report…

Mixed-use Wynwood office building ‘Forum’ gets a city thumbs-up

Mixed-use Wynwood office building ‘Forum’ gets a city thumbs-up

A New York based development company has teamed with a globally-recognized and award-winning architect to bring a stand-out mixed-use office building to the heart of the ever-growing Wynwood Arts District.…

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

It will probably be another year or more before there is real action to redevelop the Hyatt hotel and Knight Center property in downtown Miami. Earlier this month, proposed legislation…

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