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Port Of Miami Tunnel Project Is Indeed A Big Bore

A $45 million, four-story-high digging machine from Germany. A chief executive imported from France. As many as 400 jobs, many of them local — all part of the $1 billion-plus…

Airport City Takeoff May Come In 2010

Construction on the proposed Airport City could begin as early as year's end — though it seems the project will look different than envisioned.…

Bayside Foundation Probe Request Goes Nowhere After Citys Directive

Despite heated public questions about how the Bayside Minority Foundation is spending its money, a requested probe has yet to begin. …

Miamidade County To Sell Bonds But Amount And Uses Still Mysteries

A general obligation bond sale is coming up in Miami-Dade this calendar year. But it's unclear when. And how much. And which of the hundreds of voter-approved projects will be…

City Of Miami Funds Trolleys Looks At Link To Marlins Ballpark Charging Fares

As the City of Miami gears up to get rubber-wheel trolleys on the road, officials are mulling logistics, including whether to charge to ride — an ongoing debate when it…

Dire Warnings As Miamidade County Adds To Childrens Museum Funds

Without a tax-rate hike next fiscal year, Miami-Dade could lose all parks programs and see departmental budgets cut as much as 25%, County Manager George Burgess warned commissioners last week…

Leaders Turn Desires To Port Dredging As Needed Tiein With Tunnels Impact

With construction on hard-fought tunnels to the Port of Miami under way, local leaders have turned their attention to dredging, another project considered crucial to Miami's future as a cargo…

Record Property Value Drops Leave Governments Budget Holes Even Deeper

Steeper-than-expected property value declines leave local governments to fill budget holes deeper than projected.…

Jobs Economic High Tide May Flow From City Marine Industry River Deal

After a years-long battle, the City of Miami and the Miami River marine industry have reached a compromise on policy for the waterway — and one that opens the floodgates…

Nearly A Year Into Job Marlins Stadium On Time And Budget

Last major building permit in hand, construction continues on time and on budget at the new Marlins ballpark site in Little Havana, with nearly one year down and two to…

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