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County targets Biscayne Bay ferry to South Beach

County targets Biscayne Bay ferry to South Beach

Sixteen years after a study found commuter travel on Biscayne Bay feasible, Miami-Dade lawmakers have told administrators to seek waterborne transit between Miami and South Beach. Commissioners Sept. 4 OK’d…

Minus China, Miami-Dade looks to recycle its recycling

Minus China, Miami-Dade looks to recycle its recycling

States and local governments have been scrambling to prevent a backslide on recycling since China stopped accepting scrap materials from the US nearly two years ago. Next month, Miami-Dade lawmakers…

Miami Dade College pulls out of talks to run historic theater

Miami Dade College pulls out of talks to run historic theater

Miami Dade College has withdrawn its interest in the management of the historic Olympia Theater building at 174 E Flagler St. “After careful consideration and due diligence, Miami Dade College…

South Dade transit-oriented housing for seniors nears

South Dade transit-oriented housing for seniors nears

The folks at Pinnacle Housing Group are proud to be delivering a brand new affordable transit-oriented development for seniors in South Miami-Dade County within a month’s time. Caribbean Village is…

Campaign cash buys Miami International Airport sites, county told

Campaign cash buys Miami International Airport sites, county told

Concessions contracts at Miami International Airport have for years been awarded by greasing political palms, and it’s high time a new management structure is established to curb the practice, Miami-Dade…

Miami looks at luxury Virginia Key hotel at civil rights museum

Miami looks at luxury Virginia Key hotel at civil rights museum

To help revitalize Virginia Key Beach and create a stable funding stream for a civil rights museum to rise there, Commissioner Keon Hardemon proposed a potential source of revenue: a…

Hilarie Bass: Leads UM’s board, her institute for diversity/inclusion

Hilarie Bass: Leads UM’s board, her institute for diversity/inclusion

When Hilarie Bass joined Greenberg Traurig as an associate fresh out of the University of Miami School of Law, the firm had 72 lawyers and just one office, in Miami.…

Filming in Miami: September 19, 2019

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,…

Rubell Collection morphing into large Allapattah museum

Rubell Collection morphing into large Allapattah museum

The Rubell Family Collection, long a Wynwood landmark, will re-open as the Rubell Museum Dec. 4 at 1100 NW 23 St., a 2.5-acre site in Allapattah. The new 100,000-square-foot campus,…

So you want to run for public office? Here’s a dose of reality

So you want to run for public office? Here’s a dose of reality

Boy, if I got elected I’d change things. I’d pass laws to aid the environment. I’d get affordable housing for all. We’d have transit that would get us around town.…

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