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Coral Gables puts off trolleys expansion to await a grant

Coral Gables puts off trolleys expansion to await a grant

In an apparent reversal that he says might save the city money, Vince Lago, Coral Gables vice mayor, wants to hold off on adding Saturday trolley service, something for which…

New Lufthansa weekly flight brings new class of snowbird: horses

New Lufthansa weekly flight brings new class of snowbird: horses

After more than a quarter-century away, Lufthansa Cargo returned this month to Miami International Airport (MIA) for weekly freighter services from Frankfurt. The cargo: horses. Germany is MIA’s top European…

Soccer’s Melreese lease left waiting on the first tee

Soccer’s Melreese lease left waiting on the first tee

A somewhat different Miami City Commission will be deciding the fate of Miami Freedom Park, a planned professional soccer stadium, offices, shopping mall and hotel on Melreese, the city-owned golf…

Deal would bring 750 shared electric mopeds to Miami

Deal would bring 750 shared electric mopeds to Miami

Soon, 750 black-and-blue electric mopeds will be zooming at up to 30 miles an hour through the streets of Miami. The Miami Parking Authority Board of Directors last week gave…

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

The Waterway Restoration Project for the City of Miami Beach is finally funded and moving steadily through an exhaustive planning and permitting process. City officials report that the entire process…

Half-dozen Virginia Key city projects in flood zone

Half-dozen Virginia Key city projects in flood zone

Virginia Key is almost entirely in the flood zone, and the City of Miami ought to consider these low elevations as it undertakes more than a half-dozen projects on the…

FYI Miami: November 14, 2019

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. MORE SMART…

Ferry service might soon help relieve traffic on causeway

Ferry service might soon help relieve traffic on causeway

Ferries plying Biscayne Bay between Miami and Miami Beach could soon relieve road congestion at little to no tax cost while becoming tourist amenities. Despite the image of cute toys…

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52 Miami Achievers hailed as Book of Leaders is released

52 Miami Achievers hailed as Book of Leaders is released

Overlooking downtown from the 33th floor, 200 invited guests last week saluted the 52 community leaders who are featured in the 2019 Book of Leaders, which compiles a full year…

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