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Front Page » 2020 » September (Page 2)

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FYI Miami: October 1, 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. BUSINESS…

Filming in Miami: October 1, 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,…

Miami-Dade launches contact-tracing mobile app

Miami-Dade launches contact-tracing mobile app

Six months into the ongoing pandemic, Miami-Dade County has launched a new contact-tracing mobile application to help residents avoid catching Covid-19. The free app, called “CombatCOVID MDC,” is available on…

Miami drivers likely to beat congestion a while longer

Miami drivers likely to beat congestion a while longer

Traffic has dropped across the nation since the pandemic hit, and the appeal of open roads has proven to be a dangerous temptation for drivers. The result has been a…

Spring Garden house plan praised for saving 83 trees

Spring Garden house plan praised for saving 83 trees

Miami’s historic preservation board has approved of a new house in the Spring Garden Historic District, praising the owner for designing the home in a way that will save every…

Wynwood streetscape plan gets a thumb’s-up

Wynwood streetscape plan gets a thumb’s-up

A proposed vision for greener and more pedestrian-friendly streets in Wynwood is a step closer to being realized. The Planning, Zoning and Appeals board recommended approval of the Wynwood Streetscape…

Pandemic fund assistance applicants wait for United Way response

Pandemic fund assistance applicants wait for United Way response

Five days after launching a $20 million pandemic assistance program Aug. 5, United Way of Miami-Dade said it was overwhelmed with 9,000 applications for the federal funds and called time…

Famed Ocean Drive might become Ocean Walk

Famed Ocean Drive might become Ocean Walk

Pedestrians first, bicyclists and transit second, personal vehicles last is the mantra for officials looking to revamp transportation in Miami Beach’s Entertainment District. A permanently pedestrianized Ocean Drive was featured…

New Miami-Dade mayor should line up a county manager

New Miami-Dade mayor should line up a county manager

Whoever we elect Miami-Dade mayor in November faces a vast structural pitfall. Fortunately, a wise winner has a ready escape. We will elect either Esteban Bovo Jr. or Daniella Levine…

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