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Lane closures and construction alerts in Miami

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has announced lane closures related to the I-395/SR 836/I-95 Design-Build Project in the City of Miami. Monday, Jan. 14, through Friday, Jan. 18, three…

Winners of 2018 honors get to vie in annual Gold Medal Awards

Miami Today is accepting entries until Feb. 18 for its 20th annual Gold Medal Awards competition, which spotlights six elite individuals, companies and institutions that have been honored by others…

Dominican Republic mission reaps Florida trade bonanza

An Enterprise Florida trade mission to the Dominican Republic generated about $10.6 million in expected business for 20 Florida companies, eight of which are from Greater Miami. The Dominican Republic,…

Miami-Dade views itself as small business capital of the nation

Miami-Dade is widely known as the cruise capital of the world, but according to Gary Hartfield, director of the county’s Small Business Development Division, it could easily lay claim to…

Mitigation grants could aid those hurt by state road projects

Miami-Dade commissioners have thrown their support behind two bills moving through the Florida Legislature this year that if approved would provide small businesses hurt by state road construction projects with…

Women’s firms get 12% of Miami-Dade small business contracts

Women-owned companies comprised a quarter of all firms certified by Miami-Dade’s Small Business Development Division between 2013 and 2017, but that number didn’t proportionally translate into vendor contracts and dollars,…

Miami Beach increases fee 7.5% when cars are towed

Car towing fees are increasing by $10.50, about 7.5%, in Miami Beach after a lengthy discussion at Dec. 12’s commission meeting. The increase also comes with a one-year contract renewal…

Review board challenges ‘weak’ Art in Public Places rules

For more than two years, City of Miami officials have worked on establishing an Art in Public Places ordinance that requires private developers to provide artwork as part of their…

Grove Bay Garage’s size reduced, project’s rent abated

Construction on the Grove Bay Parking Garage is progressing steadily, with the project about 35% completed in early December. The municipal garage will be owned and operated by the Miami…

Giménez aims to add home security cameras to police network

Opponents of mass surveillance may have an especially unpleasant time in Miami-Dade this year, as Mayor Carlos Giménez said his administration is looking for ways to add aspects of digital…

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