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Front Page » 2019 » November (Page 4)

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…

Rolando Montoya: Interim college president sees tech courses demand soar

Rolando Montoya: Interim college president sees tech courses demand soar

Rolando Montoya was three years retired. The former provost emeritus of Miami Dade College and his wife were traversing the world, from the Galapagos Islands, Spain and Australia to Mexico…

Filming in Miami: November 14, 2019

<city>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,…

Move could unlock redevelopment of Miami River marina

Move could unlock redevelopment of Miami River marina

Miami has moved to downzone more than nine acres by the Miami River, a change that would reflect a lawsuit that saw a city-approved land-use change overruled. The city’s application…

Wynwood plans to control street art for Art Basel

Wynwood plans to control street art for Art Basel

With the biggest art week in the Northern Hemisphere on the horizon, Art Basel plans are coming together rapidly in Wynwood. “We need to create a list of our needs…

Office projects and tenants migrate to Wynwood

Office projects and tenants migrate to Wynwood

Not once in its entire history, first as an industrial area and then as an edgy mecca for art, food, and entertainment, has Wynwood had purpose-built office space. Until now.…

Florida’s Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund erodes

Florida’s Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund erodes

Florida motorists have paid less and less in traffic tickets over the last two-plus decades. That’s good news for residents’ wallets, but not so great for the services funded by…

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