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With eye to Miami Beach, Doral eyes earlier bar closing time

With eye to Miami Beach, Doral eyes earlier bar closing time

While updating the wording on an alcoholic beverage regulation permitting sales seven days a week, Doral council members discussed the possibility of changing alcohol sales hours. During last week’s city…

Kendall Corridor rapid transit decision delayed to December

Kendall Corridor rapid transit decision delayed to December

The Florida Department of Transportation is taking a step back in its recommendation of preferred rapid transit for the Kendall Corridor as staff briefs elected officials and responds to information…

Cali Garcia-Velez to take helm at Banesco as it moves HQ to Doral

Cali Garcia-Velez to take helm at Banesco as it moves HQ to Doral

Miami native Calixto Garcia-Velez is taking over as president and CEO of Banesco USA on Nov. 1. The former president and CEO, Mario Oliva, is stepping down to pursue other…

Plans for tallest Miami tower grow two stories, but coming later

Plans for tallest Miami tower grow two stories, but coming later

The Okan Tower in downtown Miami won’t be finished anywhere near as soon as Okan CEO Kasim Badak said last week via phone from Turkey, but it will have two…

World Travel Expo planned for Miami International Airport delayed

World Travel Expo planned for Miami International Airport delayed

The World Travel Expo has changed dates due to the recent covid spike. The first year of the meant-to-be annual Miami International Airport event originally planned for May 3-5, 2022,…

In housing frenzy, inventory falls 50% as sales rise 30%

In housing frenzy, inventory falls 50% as sales rise 30%

The demand is high, but the inventory is low. The residential home market has been in a frenzy in the past year.  “When covid hit, there was an acceleration of…

Plan targets in-county urban air mobility by 2026

Plan targets in-county urban air mobility by 2026

Miami-Dade is about to have a group planning an urban air mobility system to mitigate county traffic congestion by 2026.  A resolution by Commissioner Oliver G. Gilbert, III, unanimously adopted…

Jobs incentives jackpot could be magnet to new businesses

Jobs incentives jackpot could be magnet to new businesses

Miami-Dade may soon offer major financial incentives to companies to relocate or expand. A proposal by Eileen Higgins on its way to commission chambers after a committee unanimously adopted it…

Brightline cites its return and Tri-Rail’s downtown tests

Brightline cites its return and Tri-Rail’s downtown tests

Private rail service Brightline says it will resume trips in November while continuing work on the Aventura and downtown stations. The Aventura building is now being built while the downtown…

Dangerous void looms as county recycling deal ends

Dangerous void looms as county recycling deal ends

The county faces a recycling crisis: in less than a year and a half, the contract with Houston-based Waste Management, which calls itself the largest collector of recyclable materials in…

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