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Senate Select Committee On Floridas Economy Eyes Sweeping Growth Control Changes

Florida's Senate is preparing to back a move to kill long-standing Development of Regional Impact rules and to stop requiring that roads and other transportation infrastructure be adequate to accommodate…

Visit Florida May Be Out 30 Million In Tourist Attraction Funds

Heading into the final five months of its fiscal year, Florida's tourism promotion agency is expected to be minus nearly $30 million for advertising buys and other efforts designed to…

Trio Of Commissioners Present Plans For Paying For Transit Expansion

Business and civic leaders heard a pitch Friday for higher fares and gas taxes as the best way to keep a 30-year-old promise to extend Metrorail service up a north…

Elected Office Of Appraiser Granted Some Independence

Miami-Dade County's elected property appraiser will operate largely free of interference from county commissioners and the strong mayor, commissioners agreed Tuesday in adopting the structure for the new office voters…

Financial Backing Strong In Highstakes Fight To Keep Childrens Trust

Supporters of the Miami-Dade Children's Trust have laid plans for a $1 million-plus campaign for renewal of the half-mil tax that raises about $100 million annually to enhance the health,…

Books Amp Books Backed For Airport Slot Over Miami International Airport Staff Objections

Miami's nationally known bookseller Books & Books has the potential to be a popular destination for travelers passing through Miami International Airport, the Miami-Dade County Commission's Airport and Tourism Committee…

City Vows Tougher Stance On Negligence Suits Better Risk Management

People who file slip-and-fall accident suits or other negligence claims against the City of Miami will be getting invitations from City Hall to bring it on.…

City Of Miami Refuses To Pay For 85000 Museum Park Study

Miami city commissioners have refused to pay architectural and urban design firm Cooper Robertson and Partners an $85,000 fee for a study that looked at whether a transformed Bicentennial/Museum Park would…

Florida International University Med School Seeks 10 Million Of County Bond Money

Miami-Dade commissioners are expected to decide Dec. 3 whether to give $10 million in General Obligation Bond interest earnings to Florida International University's fledgling medical school or use the money…

Fixes Ahead For Bond Program

Glitches have popped up in Miami-Dade County's Building Better Communities bond …

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