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Front Page » 2020 » October (Page 4)

Downtown Miami observation wheel prepares to roll

Downtown Miami observation wheel prepares to roll

While plans were originally to have its grand opening back in March, downtown Miami’s observation wheel will soon be up and running for Bayside Marketplace visitors, operators say. Towering 176…

By creating local areas bosses, Miami slides backward

By creating local areas bosses, Miami slides backward

Miami took a long step backward into the era of municipal bossism in its budget that took effect two weeks ago. Instead of having a professional manager in charge, three-fifths…

Christina White: Geared up for smoothest possible November vote and count

Christina White: Geared up for smoothest possible November vote and count

As supervisor of elections for Miami-Dade County, Florida’s most populous county and the seventh-most populous county in the nation, Christina White’s days are dependably busy. Ahead of a general election…

FYI Miami: October 15, 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. SOFTER…

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Filming in Miami: October 15, 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 public school teacher rolls hit 23-year low

Miami-Dade public school teacher rolls hit 23-year low

Public school teacher rolls in Miami-Dade have fallen to a 23-year low, according to district statistics, despite growing interest in education work that schools personnel say helped stave off a…

Jungle Island hotel squeezes past a city board

Jungle Island hotel squeezes past a city board

The plan to construct a hotel in Jungle Island park on Watson Island moved forward last week after it met criticism from some members of Miami’s Urban Development Review Board.…

Commercial fishermen sinking as yields fall without China’s buyers

Commercial fishermen sinking as yields fall without China’s buyers

After months of shuttered restaurants and disappearing export markets, Miami’s commercial fishing industry is struggling to keep afloat. “Commercial fishing operations are an important component of Port Miami River’s marine…

As economy returns, Miami-Dade commissioners might stay away from county hall

As economy returns, Miami-Dade commissioners might stay away from county hall

Returning to County Hall won’t be simple for the Miami-Dade commissioners, as safety, capacity and cost obstacles could prolong virtual meetings even as the local economy reopens. “Our biggest challenge…

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