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Team to investigate Miami’s code compliance

The City of Miami will soon have a new investigative body tasked with examining the operations of the Code Compliance Department. On March 14, city commissioners unanimously created the Code…

Question of realtor diversity may trigger county probe

Miami-Dade’s real estate industry might have a diversity problem, according to county Commissioner Dennis Moss, who said he plans to order a study examining realty professional demographics and recommend solutions…

New rules surface after Miami uses ‘nuclear option’

The new chairman of the Miami City Commission, Ken Russell, admits he opted to use “the nuclear option” to halt discussion and prevent a vote on a controversial zoning matter…

Transit surtax refunding bonds to next county big saving

In a move that will save Miami-Dade almost 10 cents for every dollar outstanding, county commissioners this month OK’d issuing up to $265 million in transit surtax refunding bonds to…

Miami Beach creating its own Hall of Fame

The Miami Beach Convention Center will be home to a Miami Beach Hall of Fame. The inauguration of the Hall of Fame is to debut in late spring. Miami Beach…

$900,000 incentives for cold storage firm on front burner

Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday will decide whether to grant an unnamed company, identified in county documents only as “Confidential Project Frost,” up to $894,740 from its Targeted Job Incentive Fund (TJIF)…

Hundreds of millions in county Irma aid stalled

Repeated staff and processing changes have slowed reimbursement of Miami-Dade’s Hurricane Irma recovery costs, with just 0.15% repaid to date of some $252.5 million the county has spent. Irma struck…

County lets FPL put floating solar panels on airport lake

Miami-Dade will follow the leads of Orlando, California’s Sonoma and Napa valleys, and countries like Spain, Japan, China, Singapore and Taiwan by installing floating solar – or “floatovoltaic”– panels on…

Success: 35% Miami gain in financial service firms

Since 2014, directors and staff members of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have waged a campaign to lure financial services firms to Miami from the Northeast. Now they have proof that…

New police district may serve fast-growing South Dade

By 2023, a new police district could open to serve Miami-Dade’s fastest-growing regions – provided there’s enough money, a recent county report says. Populations and employment in South Dade, Kendall…

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