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Front Page » 2019 » April (Page 6)

Miami OKs its first legislation to protect from sea level rise

Miami OKs its first legislation to protect from sea level rise

The Miami City Commission made history March 28 by approving the city’s first piece of legislation related to protections from sea level rise. The move to add resilience methods into…

Filming in Miami: April 4, 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,…

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Johann Zietsman: Positioning Arsht Center to meet Miami-Dade’s needs

Johann Zietsman: Positioning Arsht Center to meet Miami-Dade’s needs

Johann Zietsman has a burning question. Since starting in February, the new president and CEO of the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts has asked everyone – leaders, stakeholders,…

Vacillation raises cost of public-private deals to taxpayers

Vacillation raises cost of public-private deals to taxpayers

Fumbled municipal infrastructure deals can trigger festering invisible costs. We’re not targeting rushed no-bid giveaways, like the City of Miami’s pending lease of the Melreese Golf Course for a massive…

No Ferris wheel for Maurice A. Ferre Park

No Ferris wheel for Maurice A. Ferre Park

There will not be a Ferris wheel erected at Maurice A. Ferré Park on the City of Miami waterfront. That was the clear message from city commissioners March 28. Will…

Transit fare collections far short of ‘ludicrous’ projections

Transit fare collections far short of ‘ludicrous’ projections

By 2023, transit fares will fall about $791 million short of 2002 estimates when Miami-Dade launched the People’s Transportation Plan (PTP) and voters OK’d a half-percent tax to add transit.…

FYI Miami: April 4, 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. BEACH REPAIR…

Town meetings set on Magic City Innovation District

Town meetings set on Magic City Innovation District

For those who didn’t get the chance to weigh in on the massive Magic City Innovation District plan for Little Haiti, two town hall meetings will be held between now…

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