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Coral Gables digs into burying all of its power lines

If voters approve, Coral Gables may begin burying its power lines, at a cost of about $25,000 per house or other building, within the next few years. The project, if…

Downtown Miami gives dark looks to spraypainted streets

Fed up with streets and sidewalks that have been spray-painted in a rainbow of colors by construction crews, directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to support a…

Coral Gables plans central mobility hub on aged garage’s site

Coral Gables is looking at options for the aging parking garage No. 1 at 245 Andalusia Ave., and is examining the idea of a mobility hub. “We keep talking about…

New life for beleaguered South Miami Metrorail hub project

A project to build student housing, offices and stores at the South Miami Metrorail station is one vote from regaining viability after two decades in developmental and legal limbo. A…

Miami gained millions via parking rate hike

A bump in parking rates has sent Miami Parking Authority revenue soaring. Preliminary results show authority revenue in fiscal 2019 grew 40.2% to $47.7 million, according to a new Fitch…

Miami Beach works out kinks in hyrdoponic farming deal

The Waterway Restoration Project for the City of Miami Beach is finally funded and moving steadily through an exhaustive planning and permitting process. City officials report that the entire process…

Miami-Dade housing price rise nearing eight consecutive years

The median price received in sales of existing single-family homes in Miami-Dade County increased to $370,000 in the third quarter of the year, up 2.8% from $360,000 in the same…

County commissioners looking to paid upgrades on long flights

It’s been a longstanding policy in Miami-Dade: Government officials and employees flying on the county’s dime must do so as cheaply as possible, with the cost of any seat upgrades…

State leads trade mission of 50 targeting trade in Colombia

Florida Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez will lead a trade mission to Colombia this month, with the 50-person delegation including representatives of 19 Florida manufacturing and exporting firms, Gov. Ron DeSantis’…

Illuminated sculptures may become Coral Gables visitor magnets

Seeking to drive art-centric tourism to its downtown business district, the Coral Gables City Commission on Tuesday agreed in concept to fund Illuminate Coral Gables at a level of $100,000.…

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