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Front Page » 2020 » February (Page 4)

FYI Miami: February 13, 2020

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. MIA…

Filming in Miami: February 13, 2020

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,…

Workaround funds three transit-oriented developments

Workaround funds three transit-oriented developments

Three transit-oriented developments will receive millions in tax subsidies from a program into which none enrolled, by way of a new workaround that local lawmakers approved to advance affordable housing…

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Joe Chi: Adding global ties as he heads growing CAMACOL

Joe Chi: Adding global ties as he heads growing CAMACOL

CAMACOL has long been a resource for Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs in Miami and across the country. Founded in 1965, the Latin Chamber of Commerce of the United States has…

Ratchet up Miami-Dade’s spectacular unemployment count

Ratchet up Miami-Dade’s spectacular unemployment count

Two weeks ago this space was titled “Miami-Dade’s 1.8% unemployment is spectacular – if true.” While the widely touted figure remains spectacular, it definitely isn’t true. The real figure is…

City of Miami bond wave will target parks, culture spending

City of Miami bond wave will target parks, culture spending

By April or May, the list for the next round of projects under the City of Miami’s $400 million general obligation bond could be sent for commission approval, with climate…

Dinner Key Marina hurricane damage repairs linger

Dinner Key Marina hurricane damage repairs linger

Dinner Key Marina, which hugs the Coconut Grove waterfront and historic Miami City Hall, is in the midst of a multi-million dollar rebuild and City of Miami officials anticipate completion…

Regatta Harbour advances in historic aviation site

Regatta Harbour advances in historic aviation site

The famous waterfront in Coconut Grove seems to be ever fluid, with small to substantial changes a near constant reality. The dawn of this new year is no different, bringing…

Judge exits, Coconut Grove Playhouse takes step backward

Judge exits, Coconut Grove Playhouse takes step backward

Monday should have been something of a step forward in determining the future of the long-dormant Coconut Grove Playhouse, but progress was once again halted after a judge set to…

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