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University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

University of Florida research turning costly waste into county income

After extensive testing by a University of Florida research team, Miami-Dade County is one step closer to turning an expensive waste disposal headache into an income-producing asset. “Our Resources Recovery…

Homestead Air Reserve Base in line for 24 combat aircraft

Homestead Air Reserve Base in line for 24 combat aircraft

Environmental studies underway for two years to determine whether Homestead Air Reserve Base will get two 24 F-35A combat planes should be finished in summer, said US Air Force spokesperson…

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

Southeast Fisheries Science Center to be on the move

After considering various options, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, popularly known as NOAA, has determined that its existing Southeast Fisheries Science Center on Virginia Key will eventually be replaced…

Zoo Miami misses visitor target, hunts new strategies

Zoo Miami misses visitor target, hunts new strategies

Zoo Miami, celebrating its 40th anniversary next July, wrapped up fiscal 2019 shy of its long-held goal of a million annual visitors, but Director Carol Kruse reports success at meeting…

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg for disabled seeks city-aided upgrade

Shake-A-Leg Miami – a water sports organization serving youth and adults with disabilities, including veterans – will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year, an occasion that also marks the expiration…

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

A nationwide shortage of psychiatrists is among key factors making it difficult for South Florida’s mentally impaired residents to find care in their own communities. “Locally we have a large…

American Dream Miami battles land use, zoning issues

American Dream Miami battles land use, zoning issues

Triple Five Group, developer of the proposed $4 billion American Dream Miami “mega center” in Northwest Miami-Dade, hopes to get its entitlements squared away by the end of this year…

Condo Voting software brings live-streamed meetings to phones

Condo Voting software brings live-streamed meetings to phones

E-voting software called Condo.Voting, recently introduced by Miami-based Voting Portals LLC, allows condo members to watch live-streamed association meetings and vote electronically over the internet. The technology was designed by…

Flexible job schedules have 45,000 working at home in Miami-Dade

Flexible job schedules have 45,000 working at home in Miami-Dade

Flexible job schedules that include options to work away from the office are gaining in popularity in Miami-Dade, according to a new study of US workforce trends released Global Workplace…

Firms join in public transportation move with rides, credits

Firms join in public transportation move with rides, credits

Some Miami-Dade businesses are joining efforts by residential developers and local government to help alleviate the county’s traffic woes by making it easier for their employees to use public transportation.…

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