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Commissioners lead supplies drive to battered Panhandle

Seven large vehicles packed with supplies from Miami-Dade County were delivered last week to Florida Panhandle residents impacted by Hurricane Michael, Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz said. Since the Category 4…

Test of shipping container affordable home packs discord

An affordable housing project in which a shipping container would be repurposed as a small home on a previously unbuildable South Miami site divided Miami-Dade commissioners last week with disagreements…

Coconut Grove construction parking crimps business

Construction workers are occupying the few parking spaces available in central Coconut Grove and hurting businesses, which could lead the city to require that they park elsewhere. The parking crunch…

Miami Beach crime down statistically, but up anecdotally

Crime in Miami Beach has decreased year-over-year by the double digits, according to data from the Miami Beach Police Department. But several city commissioners say reports from residents about crime…

Looming Miami deficit bears out crisis warnings

From the moment he took office in late 2017, Commissioner Joe Carollo has been warning of a potential financial crisis for the City of Miami. After the administration and city…

County elevators have far too many downs in service time

Miami-Dade has a problem with its elevators, so much so that Mayor Carlos Giménez is establishing an “Elevator Working Group” to fix how the county does business with the elevator…

Wynwood to get 382 rooms in its first four hotels

There are no hotels in Wynwood, the immensely popular, eclectic arts district made of concrete, covered in graffiti and full of both visitors and locals. But that will be changing…

Led by tech companies, businesses across US flocking to Wynwood

New businesses are flocking to Wynwood, with more to come. Companies are looking from California and New York, the largest cluster made up of tech companies. Some new faces joined…

‘Free’ park land laced with arsenic not so free for county

Seventy-two free acres in a growing metropolis isn’t often something to turn one’s nose up at, but that’s what Miami-Dade County is doing with a piece of the former Fontainbleau…

Beach seeks to fund outdoor art site celebrating diversity

The City of Miami Beach is looking for creative ways to fund a potential permanent outdoor art installation that celebrates diversity in the community. The art project, being requested by…

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