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Requiring 68% more costly steel is waste, not patriotism

Requiring 68% more costly steel is waste, not patriotism

With the aim of patriotism, Miami-Dade commissioners just signed a blank check to raise costs to taxpayers on an unknown number of infrastructure projects by an unknown percentage with an…

FYI Miami: March 18, 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.…

Miami Beach envisioned after sea level rise

Miami Beach envisioned after sea level rise

With two to three feet of sea level rise predicted in the next 50 years, what will Miami Beach look like in 2070? This is the question graduate architecture students…

Filming in Miami: March 18, 2021

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,…

Madeleine Thakur: Leads Children’s Movement to get family-friendly policies

Madeleine Thakur: Leads Children’s Movement to get family-friendly policies

Miami native Madeleine Thakur focused for years on economic and social development in Latin America, but her heart led her home and to the Children’s Movement of Florida, where she…

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Virginia Key has boat ramp funds, but plan may sink

Virginia Key has boat ramp funds, but plan may sink

The fate of a $1.25 million state grant to pay for half of a new boat ramp and trailer parking area on Virginia Key is in doubt as a city…

Miami home market surges in buying frenzy

Miami home market surges in buying frenzy

In January local experts predicted a record year for residential realty, and three months in they say the action hasn’t slowed.  Mike Pappas, president and CEO of The Keyes Co.,…

Big names vie to build first Miami International Airport hotel in 60 years

Big names vie to build first Miami International Airport hotel in 60 years

Three firms are on a shortlist to build the first new hotel at Miami International Airport (MIA) in more than six decades, and they feature names known to the Miami-Dade…

Commissioners look to divvy up Miami Marlins sale payout

Commissioners look to divvy up Miami Marlins sale payout

A settlement coming to Miami-Dade from the sale of the Miami Marlins may never make it into the county general fund as commissioners consider circumventing standard budget procedures to help…

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