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FYI Miami: March 26, 2020

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Filming in Miami: March 26, 2020

No new filming was scheduled this week in Miami-Dade County.…

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

Elected last year, Commissioner David Richardson comes to Miami Beach an established legislator. He served in the Florida House, representing residents of Miami Beach, North Bay Village and parts of…

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

As services are disrupted by Covid-19, Miami-Dade and its cities adjusted operations. The county and City of Miami canceled remaining March legislative meetings. Miami Beach canceled its finance meeting and…

Redistricting aid to usher in Miami-Dade County sea change

Redistricting aid to usher in Miami-Dade County sea change

The 2020 Census will prompt many changes throughout the country, at both national and local levels. Among them is a remapping of Miami-Dade’s 13 commission districts, and the county is…

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Sophisticated professionals flood into Miami with hedge funds

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority and other business entities have made a concerted effort to woo hedge funds and other financial services firms to the area, and the effort is paying…

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

Federal Reserve interest rate slash a new banking hurdle

In addition to the day-to-day obstacles of running a financial service business in a competitive, regulated environment, Miami’s bankers now have the challenge of the Federal Reserve Bank’s surprise move…

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Legislation that would add additional food trucks regulations in the City of Miami has stalled, as the discussion among commissioners centered on the ways food trucks operate in the city…

Property insurance costs likely to soar

Property insurance costs likely to soar

There may be bright spots on the commercial insurance horizon – workers’ compensation among them – but property insurance won’t be one of them, said Mark Schwartz, CEO of Corporate…

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