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Front Page » 2018 (Page 44)

Solve mystery of vanishing transit riders, halt the bleeding

Solve mystery of vanishing transit riders, halt the bleeding

The news about Miami-Dade Transit goes from horrible to far worse. How much more can we endure? And when will we see the county do something more to slow the…

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Michael Liu: Housing director seeks incentives for others to build

Michael Liu: Housing director seeks incentives for others to build

Miami-Dade’s Public Housing and Community Development Director Michael Liu says he isn’t short of creative ideas to increase the number of public housing units in the county and make living…

FYI Miami: March 8, 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. PROMOTING OUR…

Commission probes police policy for active shooters

Commission probes police policy for active shooters

After the Broward school shooting last month, Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday discussed the Police Department’s policy for lone officers confronting active shooters. Commissioners are to meet with police in executive session…

Frustrated with Smart plan, county seeking private transit partner

Frustrated with Smart plan, county seeking private transit partner

Miami-Dade’s six corridor transit expansion, the SMART plan, this week hit a snag, delaying studies an additional year. Frustrated commissioners said the county has to be more honest with the…

Macy’s on Flagler Street to get 50-story towers on either side

Macy’s on Flagler Street to get 50-story towers on either side

Plans to possibly renovate the historic Macy’s on Flagler Street downtown are in early developmental phases with the addition of two adjacent 50- to 55-story buildings that are to be…

Coast Guard weighs regulations for boat race at Miami Marine Stadium

Coast Guard weighs regulations for boat race at Miami Marine Stadium

The Coast Guard is considering a local regulatory plan for a speed boat race planned for April in the historic Miami Marine Stadium basin of Virginia Key. As part of…

Personal Rapid Transit moves into study for Baylink route

Personal Rapid Transit moves into study for Baylink route

Amid commissioners’ complaints that the SMART plan for the county’s transit expansion has a moving deadline and no momentum, Miami-Dade may soon find relief in one of the six planned…

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

Three more years of construction to revamp Bayside Marketplace

No makeover happens overnight, as Bayside Marketplace proves. The downtown open-air market spanning almost 17 acres, which hosts over 180 businesses, plans to continue construction for the next three years.…

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