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FYI Miami: February 20, 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. “LATIN…

Filming in Miami: February 20, 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,…

Sick city hall needs to prove it’s acting for public’s benefit

Sick city hall needs to prove it’s acting for public’s benefit

Coronavirus is crippling China. Miami suffers from its own contagious virus, spreading rapidly at city hall. In both cases, cause and cure are elusive. You can gauge city hall’s health…

Melo Group dual tower rising in heart of downtown Miami

Melo Group dual tower rising in heart of downtown Miami

The most ambitious mixed-use residential project from The Melo Group is underway in the heart of Miami’s central business district. Construction began in late December on a dual tower development…

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

A reality television production focusing on a new women’s Latin pop “supergroup” that will air on Facebook’s on-demand streaming service has applied for Miami-Dade tax credits to film here and…

Scooters speeding to become permanent on Miami streets

Scooters speeding to become permanent on Miami streets

The future for electric scooters in the city of Miami could be six more months, a permanent stay or an abrupt end. If the current pilot effort becomes a full-fledged…

Miami Parking Authority funds Freebee rides downtown

Miami Parking Authority funds Freebee rides downtown

Freebee’s free-ride service continues to expand as it partners with municipalities and others across the county and beyond – and now it’s teaming up with the Miami Parking Authority to…

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

More than $100 million in taxes to reward privately funded upgrades to Hard Rock Stadium could be capped as Miami-Dade today (2/13) considers barring future additions to the deal. A…

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

After extensive testing by a University of Florida research team, Miami-Dade County is one step closer to turning an expensive waste disposal headache into an income-producing asset. “Our Resources Recovery…

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