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Front Page » 2019 » October (Page 6)

Miami gives scooters two more months in trial

Miami gives scooters two more months in trial

Scooters can remain on city of Miami at least a bit longer. With the first six months of a pilot program wrapped up, the Miami City Commission last week voted…

County violations may net firm $96 million copter sale

County violations may net firm $96 million copter sale

After nearly five years of procurement and a long ethics investigation that found 100-plus lobbying and communications violations, Miami-Dade lawmakers today (10/3) are to determine whether to pay $96 million…

Climate cloud may hang over Wynwood

Climate cloud may hang over Wynwood

Plans for a woonerf on Northwest Third Avenue in Wynwood have evolved to include gateway art, possibly in the form of a “climate cloud” that would be suspended above Northwest…

Coral Gables ban on Styrofoam hinges on Supreme

Coral Gables ban on Styrofoam hinges on Supreme

In its ongoing fight to uphold its ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastic bags, Coral Gables will now take its case directly to the Florida Supreme Court. “We requested that…

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Filming in Miami: October 3, 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,…

FYI Miami: October 3, 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. CONSTRUCTION STARTS…

Armando Codina: Development and civic leader focuses on industrial sector

Armando Codina: Development and civic leader focuses on industrial sector

Armando Codina this year celebrates 10 years as executive chairman of Codina Partners LLC, a real estate investment and development firm focused on residential, commercial and mixed-use projects that have…

Step up tourism marketing efforts rather than killing them

Step up tourism marketing efforts rather than killing them

The legislature is eyeing a “saving” that would cost businesses billions of dollars and thousands of jobs every year. Some lawmakers aim to end spending on Visit Florida, a public-private…

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