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Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

  The City of Miami held a virtual emergency special meeting last week, with elected officials discussing the city’s efforts to grapple with the novel coronavirus. As they deliberated over…

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

David Richardson: Brings state government experience to add Beach resilience

Elected last year, Commissioner David Richardson comes to Miami Beach an established legislator. He served in the Florida House, representing residents of Miami Beach, North Bay Village and parts of…

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

As services are disrupted by Covid-19, Miami-Dade and its cities adjusted operations. The county and City of Miami canceled remaining March legislative meetings. Miami Beach canceled its finance meeting and…

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Miami lacks appetite for new food truck regulations

Legislation that would add additional food trucks regulations in the City of Miami has stalled, as the discussion among commissioners centered on the ways food trucks operate in the city…

Challenge to Melreese lease enters appeals court

Challenge to Melreese lease enters appeals court

An advocate for green space continues to battle the legality of a referendum that cleared the way for the City of Miami to waive bidding for the development of the…

Green light on horizon for more downtown Miami parks

Green light on horizon for more downtown Miami parks

It’s been a housing boom, following the Great Recession, that’s seen Miami’s downtown become home to nearly 100,000 residents and more than 100 residential towers. As more buildings go up…

You might take observation wheel for a spin this month

You might take observation wheel for a spin this month

A 176-foot-tall observation wheel that’ll light up the Miami skyline is still facing a couple of hurdles, but the end seems near. The wheel should be up and running by…

Jane Gilbert: Resilience director enacts Miami’s climate ready plan

Jane Gilbert: Resilience director enacts Miami’s climate ready plan

As effects of climate change pose an ever-increasing threat, the City of Miami has had to ramp up efforts to become a more resilient city.  With the $400 million Miami…

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Some downtown don’t welcome scooter rental craze

Electric-scooter riders are still traversing areas in the City of Miami, and potentially no other area in the city sees more activity than the downtown core.  Scooters have long been…

Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

A vote that could have torpedoed a lease to build a mega-project on Melreese Golf Course failed to gain enough Miami City Commission support, as debate provided a glimpse of…

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