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Florida should not sanitize history to eliminate the distasteful

Florida should not sanitize history to eliminate the distasteful

Thought Police aim to keep Florida classrooms toeing the party line on US history. The governor and his education commissioner want strict guidelines that match their views. Certainly, no liberal…

Daniella Levine Cava: Mayor targets change in resilience, workforce development

Daniella Levine Cava: Mayor targets change in resilience, workforce development

Before Daniella Levine Cava became Miami-Dade’s first woman mayor – before she won a seat on the county commission, her first elected public office, more than six years ago –…

High-speed race covets MDX expressways’ tolling take

High-speed race covets MDX expressways’ tolling take

With a state lawsuit imminent, Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday rushed to fill five board seats of MDX, the county tollway agency whose life has hung in legal limbo for nearly two…

Electric fire truck from Austria may serve us for $1.3 million

Electric fire truck from Austria may serve us for $1.3 million

Miami-Dade may soon buy its first electric fire truck. A resolution by Jose “Pepe” Diaz now moving through the Miami-Dade Commission would, if approved, direct Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s administration…

Second PPP round’s reviews mixed as final deadline nears

Second PPP round’s reviews mixed as final deadline nears

With the second round of the Paycheck Protection Program winding down, local lenders are reporting mixed levels of turnout for second-draw loans, which are more targeted toward smaller businesses than…

Wynwood project’s design returns to win Round Two

Wynwood project’s design returns to win Round Two

A plan to construct a 12-story building containing commercial space and workforce housing in Wynwood garnered the approval of the Wynwood Design Review Committee after some recommended changes were made.…

Florida Office of Financial Regulation head to try legislation again

Florida Office of Financial Regulation head to try legislation again

None of the policies that the state’s top financial regulator pitched to lawmakers made it through Florida’s regular legislative session that concluded last month. But Russell Weigel, who heads the…

Miami’s scooter program averts a city hall stop sign

Miami’s scooter program averts a city hall stop sign

Electric scooters can roll through Downtown, Brickell and Coconut Grove at least until June 24, when the city commission is to decide if enough safety measures are in use for…

New construction OK’d at 70-year-old MiMo motel

New construction OK’d at 70-year-old MiMo motel

A 70-year-old motel in the MiMo or Miami Modern Historic District will be allowed some new construction after a recent decision of the city’s Historic and Environmental Preservation Board. At…

FYI Miami: May 20, 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. MOST…

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