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Smart Plan’s South Corridor ranks high for federal funds

Smart Plan’s South Corridor ranks high for federal funds

The South Corridor of the Miami-Dade Smart Plan has received high marks from the federal investment arm for local public transit systems, bolstering confidence that the route will yield a…

Indoor salmon farming pioneer seeks grant to add jobs

Indoor salmon farming pioneer seeks grant to add jobs

Still on schedule to finish by July the first of three stages for building its sprawling Redland facility, indoor fish farming company Atlantic Sapphire wants $5 million in public funds…

Moss floats plan for short-haul sky gondola transit

Moss floats plan for short-haul sky gondola transit

Miami-Dade travelers today cross the county in a variety of ways, from personal vehicles, buses and railcars to boats, rideshares and e-scooters. According to Commissioner Dennis Moss, another piece may…

Laurent Gallissot: France’s consul general looks to create linkages in Miami

Laurent Gallissot: France’s consul general looks to create linkages in Miami

When Laurent Gallissot took over the Consulate of France in Miami in early September, he had to hit the ground running. Hurricane Dorian had just struck, and his office’s constituents…

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

Latin Queens series seeks Miami-Dade film funds

A reality television production focusing on a new women’s Latin pop “supergroup” that will air on Facebook’s on-demand streaming service has applied for Miami-Dade tax credits to film here and…

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

More than $100 million in taxes to reward privately funded upgrades to Hard Rock Stadium could be capped as Miami-Dade today (2/13) considers barring future additions to the deal. A…

Workaround funds three transit-oriented developments

Workaround funds three transit-oriented developments

Three transit-oriented developments will receive millions in tax subsidies from a program into which none enrolled, by way of a new workaround that local lawmakers approved to advance affordable housing…

Judge exits, Coconut Grove Playhouse takes step backward

Judge exits, Coconut Grove Playhouse takes step backward

Monday should have been something of a step forward in determining the future of the long-dormant Coconut Grove Playhouse, but progress was once again halted after a judge set to…

5G, touted at Super bowl, gaining ground in Miami-Dade

5G, touted at Super bowl, gaining ground in Miami-Dade

It was touted early in the broadcast Sunday to an estimated 102 million viewers: Super Bowl LIV marked the first occasion – and Hard Rock Stadium stood as the first…

Roberto Muñoz: Heading expanding Miami market for First Horizon Bank

Roberto Muñoz: Heading expanding Miami market for First Horizon Bank

Banking may revolve around money, but for Roberto Muñoz the industry’s real currency is the relationships built between those representing a financial institution and its clientele. That principle, and a…

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