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Washington Avenue building to be a canvas for mural honoring frontline heroes

The Washington Avenue Business Improvement District is offering an opportunity many artists dream of with a chance to create an original art mural at one of the biggest tourist locations…

Safe Miami Zoo reopening to use one-way paths

Thanks to the release of new exhibits, special events and advertising campaigns, Zoo Miami looked like it was on track to reach the 1 million visitor mark in 2020, the…

Traditional lending on back burner during pandemic

While loans from the US Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program have taken much of the spotlight, some say traditional lending has seen decline amid the pandemic. Luis de la…

Miami Eats program helps keep 1,200 restaurants afloat

Launched in March to help relieve local restaurants that were dramatically impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau Miami Eats program has exceeded its expectations…

Miami Beach debt shift may save $16 million

In order to better handle the financial strain from the Covid-19 pandemic, the City of Miami Beach will look to refinance some of its debts, which could lead to savings…

Miami tries to mesh residents’ interest with homeless needs

Miami commissioners and several community leaders left many questions unanswered after a lengthy discussion on homelessness in the city amid the pandemic. During a virtual meeting of over three hours,…

Beach eyes benchmarks in multi-prong reopening

Miami Beach commissioners had requested a tentative plan for the reopening of the city. At last week’s meeting, the administration brought forth just that. City Manager Jimmy Morales presented to…

County moving to put more transit zoning under its wing

Miami-Dade’s six-year effort to reclaim zoning jurisdiction over Metrorail-adjacent land in the City of Miami may soon pull another cluster of parcels valued at $10 million into the county’s fixed-Guideway…

Miami parking income could vanish completely with Covid-19

Like many local governments, the financial outlook for the agency that manages parking in the City of Miami is bleak because of Covid-19. The Miami Parking Authority saw about $250,000…

If Santa’s Enchanted Forest returns, it will be without rides

Santa’s Enchanted Forest could once more return to Tropical Park, but if it does, its biggest draw – the rides – probably won’t be there, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Giménez said.…

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