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New restriction boxes in experimental container home

New restriction boxes in experimental container home

Even with construction and landscaping done and every fixture and utility installed, an affordable housing project in which a shipping container was converted into a tiny home in South Miami…

Jackson Health to build emergency medical hub in Coral Gables

Jackson Health to build emergency medical hub in Coral Gables

Work will begin in six months on a new emergency medical facility in Coral Gables that will serve Jackson Health System patients inside the city and within five miles of…

St. Thomas University hub focuses on minorities and vaccine

St. Thomas University hub focuses on minorities and vaccine

St. Thomas University’s Center for Pandemic, Disaster and Quarantine Research (PDQ) fell about halfway short of its $1 million goal of grants issues it planned for small businesses and local…

Miami-Dade explores self-testing kits for Covid-19

Miami-Dade explores self-testing kits for Covid-19

By mid-January, Miami-Dade could gain another useful tool in battling the spread of Covid-19: at-home tests. Commissioners last month directed Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s administration to explore the possibility of…

Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz: New county commission chair reveals his pivotal targets

Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz: New county commission chair reveals his pivotal targets

When Jose “Pepe” Diaz takes over as chairman of the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners this month, he’ll assume control of a governing body whose regular responsibilities were only intensified…

Miami International Airport may forgive tenants $107 million

Miami International Airport may forgive tenants $107 million

Non-airline businesses struggling to make ends meet at Miami International Airport (MIA) got another lifeline this month, when Miami-Dade commissioners again extended a relief program they created eight months ago.…

County clears Jackson Health workers for hazard pay

County clears Jackson Health workers for hazard pay

Employees at Jackson Health System who worked near patients confirmed or suspected of having Covid-19 are again cleared to receive hazard pay. Miami-Dade commissioners this month approved twin items directing…

County extends fee waivers for PortMiami cruise ships

County extends fee waivers for PortMiami cruise ships

PortMiami’s more than nine-month waiver of berth and harbor fees for home-ported cruise vessels will continue through Jan. 31. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava extended the policy that US Rep.…

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

County-developer deal around Dolphin Station nears

Negotiations with an unnamed company to develop up to 44 acres around Dolphin Station in West Dade are nearing the homestretch, says the project’s chief supporter, Miami-Dade Commission Chairman-elect Jose…

Raquel Regalado: New commissioner hatching plans for most county issues

Raquel Regalado: New commissioner hatching plans for most county issues

Transportation, education, housing, historic preservation, business development, protecting Biscayne Bay, resuscitating the hospitality and tourism industries, pandemic recovery – you name it, Raquel Regalado has something planned to address it.…

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