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Filming in Miami: September 30, 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,…

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Center for Jewish Life on Coral Way wins city OK

Center for Jewish Life on Coral Way wins city OK

A project to redevelop a synagogue, early childcare school and a K-5 religious school on Southwest Third Avenue in Miami has earned a positive recommendation from a city review board.…

FYI Miami: September 30, 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. RICKENBACKER…

County competition drives down prices that taxpayers pay

County competition drives down prices that taxpayers pay

A new study of county bid and purchase preferences shows a mishmash of rules among four South Florida counties that freeze out bidders from across county lines – if you…

Irela Bague: First chief bay officer targets water quality, infrastructure

Irela Bague: First chief bay officer targets water quality, infrastructure

“It can be done.” That is the personal philosophy of the first Chief Bay Officer of Miami-Dade County, Irela Bague. “If you walk into my office, it’s on my wall,”…

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

Key Biscayne beach efforts for federal funding look better

The Village of Key Biscayne’s ongoing request for federal assistance in combating beach erosion, rising seas and other effects of climate change has taken another step forward, said Roland Simimy,…

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

United Way Miami study shows impact of covid on the poor

A newly released Covid-19 Impact Survey by United Way Miami identifies points of pain for households in poverty and those on the precipice of poverty. More than 65% of respondents…

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

The Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force is up, running and already exploring the feasibility for the county to start accepting cryptocurrencies and other digital monetary forms as acceptable methods of payment…

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

51-story Legacy Hotel in Miami Worldcenter wins city OK

Miami Worldcenter, the evolving city within a city, is ready for its next skyscraper: Legacy Hotel, 51 stories and nearly one million square feet of floor space to rise at…

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