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On PPP loans, time to seek forgiveness or ask for more

With the third round of Paycheck Protection Program loans finished, recipients of the loans find themselves either ready for loan forgiveness or still in need of more financial assistance. Under…

Miami Beach keeps closer eye as historic district buildings slide downhill

Miami Beach will create a registry of vacant buildings in historic districts to track them before they become a more significant problem. Under new legislation, unsecured or unmaintained abandoned or…

County combing Covid-19 spending to lay out cash fast

The first of several ledgers on Miami-Dade government coronavirus-related spending is due next month. Commissioners hope the information will help maximize spending now while minimizing costs over the long term.…

Miami tightens historic property designations

Miami has tightened its historic preservation rules, citing property owners’ rights. Legislation from Commissioner Manolo Reyes has lengthened the period to appeal city properties being considered for historic designation. It…

Single Miami-Dade vote creates county’s largest ‘city’

In anticipation of future federal coronavirus stimulus packages and to fairly distribute what’s already here, Miami-Dade lawmakers have decided to treat the county’s unincorporated areas collectively as if they were…

Resilience plan to end two-year Miami-Dade bus route revamp effort

After more than two years of work, Transit Alliance Miami’s Better Bus Project is on ice, awaiting a time when it can be revised to reflect the needs of a…

No word when shared mopeds, scooters may roll again in Miami-Dade

More than four months after Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez issued an emergency order to get shared scooters, bikes and mopeds off the streets, there’s no indication of when they’ll be…

Miami Beach speeding to curb scooter and moped sharing

As Miami Beach government continues its efforts to clean up what it sees as a freewheeling South Beach environment, the city commission is looking to curb scooter usage, with a…

Touchless parking equipment targets pandemic

To meet the needs of a Covid-19 world, Miami Parking Authority will be tweaking its payment machines in several parking facilities to allow customers to pay without having to touch…

Joint venture wins state contract for Tamiami Trail-Everglades revamp

Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a joint venture between General Asphalt and Jones Benitez Corp. the design-build contract for an infrastructure project to increase the flow of freshwater to…

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