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Miami-Dade regains 21,600 jobs in one-month recovery climb

Miami-Dade regains 21,600 jobs in one-month recovery climb

Miami-Dade gained 21,600 workers on payrolls from January to February, unemployment ticked down and every sector but one added jobs as Covid-19 vaccination broadened. Nonetheless, every sector continued to show…

Work to begin on Miami Beach’s tallest building

Work to begin on Miami Beach’s tallest building

Terra, GFO Investments and New Valley plan to break ground this month on Five Park, a 48-story, roughly 280-unit tower at 500 Alton Road that will become the tallest building…

Bidding nears for private developers of taller Government Center

Bidding nears for private developers of taller Government Center

Miami-Dade is seeking one more round of public input before requesting a first round of bids from private builders to redevelop downtown Miami’s Government Center area into a taller, denser…

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Schools look at suing Comcast over cyberattacks

Miami-Dade Public Schools may sue Comcast alleging failure by the telecom to stop cyberattacks during the district’s failed rollout of a $15 million online learning system last year. Comcast errors…

Outdoor weddings may linger a while

Outdoor weddings may linger a while

Love may still be alive, but in Miami the wedding industry continues to feel the effects of the pandemic even as business begins to ramp up. Trends like smaller and…

Limited-capacity movie theaters fill, add programming

Limited-capacity movie theaters fill, add programming

With social distanced automatic seating and ticketing protocols for each showing, several local theaters are reporting uptake of audiences, filling up showings at limited capacity. Still under strict safety regulations,…

FYI Miami: April 1, 2021

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. CONSTRUCTION…

Splintering county spending among 13 fiefdoms is wasteful

Splintering county spending among 13 fiefdoms is wasteful

Miami-Dade commissioners are taking a slippery road in dividing special income streams 13 ways, allowing each of them to spend slush funds at their will. They started last month by…

Harvey Ruvin: Clerk keeps county moving ahead with environmental focus

Harvey Ruvin: Clerk keeps county moving ahead with environmental focus

Few have dedicated as much of their lives to local public service as Harvey Ruvin. Next year will mark his 50th as an elected Miami-Dade official and his 30th as…

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami plucks Atlanta star to be new leader

Zoo Miami has brought in William Elgar, formerly director of zoological operations for the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, as its new director. He replaces Carol Kruse, who retired. Now in…

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