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Florida banking community faces blitz of legislation

The traditional legislative battle between banks and credit unions seems to have cooled off a bit, but there are still challenges for bankers to mount in Tallahassee. “They [credit unions]…

Key step near in picking Kendall Corridor transit mode

Elected officials today (1/30) are to meet to endorse a transit upgrade for the Smart Plan’s Beach Corridor, but a lesser-known meeting directly afterward could produce the first major step…

Funding lined up for $1.5 billion in Miami-Dade water/sewer upgrades

Future upgrades to Miami-Dade’s water and sewer system now have a funding structure, as lawmakers last week gave a preliminary OK to bond issues that, if tapped into entirely, would…

Miami city hall plays musical chairs with chairmanships

Miami’s newest commissioner has floated the idea of consolidating the city’s community redevelopment agencies, with his suggestion sparking heated talk last week.  Alex Díaz de la Portilla shared his idea…

Transit tax trust explaining facts, seeking public feedback

The Office of the Citizens’ Independent Transportation Trust (CITT) has a small but dependable workforce, but that roster of employees is undergoing an uncommon level of turnover this year, according…

Global package delivery service to build, add 110 county jobs

A logistics company headquartered in Miami-Dade that requested anonymity is asking for $1.87 million in local tax incentives to expand its footprint here and add 110 jobs. “Confidential Project Route,”…

In tumultuous days, Miami commission faces key decisions

The Miami City Commission will be making big decisions this year, ranging from affordable housing to the future of Melreese park, but it comes as tensions are high at city…

Renovated Beach convention center ready to boost area economy

The renovated and expanded Miami Beach Convention Center is expected to boost the flow of tourism dollars into our South Florida economy, just as February’s hosting of the Super Bowl…

Brazil’s e-commerce deal via Miami being copied by other nations

A landmark deal to speed shipments through customs from Miami-Dade to Brazil so they arrive at their destinations in days rather than weeks is now on track to be replicated…

Welcome mat rolled out for a deluxe theme park – Miamiland

In a new campaign rolling out this week, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau has launched an effort to compare Miami’s attractions and assets to those of a deluxe…

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