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Miami may verify developments’ traffic, environmental impacts

When it comes to calculating the impact of growth and development on the booming City of Miami, it would be valuable to get an independent appraisal of those potential effects.…

Federal fisheries science team undecided on move from Miami

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries’ Southeast Fisheries Science Center team remains at a standstill on moving out of Miami-Dade County. An aging facility and headquarters at 75 Virginia…

Downtown sets its sights on luring foreign businesses

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority is formulating a strategy to target leaders of foreign businesses who want to open a Miami office, as well as foreign real estate buyers. As part…

Florida missions to Africa, Asia spur $18 million sales

Two recent Enterprise Florida trade missions to Africa and Asia sparked an estimated $18 million in sales, said Manny Mencia, the agency’s senior vice president. The Coral Gables-based team led…

New financiers downtown may get concierge aid

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority might institute a concierge service for incoming financial services’ professionals. Its Enterprise Committee last week heard two new arrivals discuss the satisfactions and complexities associated with…

Fisher Island seeks longer port use for barge before it exits

The Fisher Island Community Association is seeking to extend a lease for its barge serve at PortMiami for an additional year with two additional-six-month options while the association prepares to…

Coral Gables looks at corralling use of herbicide RoundUp

Coral Gables is considering banning RoundUp, a Glyphosate-based herbicide, though that move would conflict with state law. Commissioner Pat Keon invited Kelly Cox, program director from Miami Waterkeeper, to address…

Billion-dollar Brazil tourism looks solid after 6% growth

Even with fewer direct flights bringing Brazilian visitors to Miami as Avianca ceased its non-stop service, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau is optimistic that 2019 will be a…

Court asked to rule which is the valid expressways operator

The fight to hold the steering wheel of five expressways is getting even more intense. As the governor signed a bill handing the expressways to a new authority and named…

County actively plans boat transit to ply Biscayne Bay

Miami-Dade’s team is in talks with an unspecified waterborne transit company with hopes of reaching an agreement by December for public transportation on the bay between Miami and Miami Beach.…

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