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Miami issues King Tide, Red Tide warnings

The City of Miami has begun conducting water quality tests along Biscayne Bay, which it said was out of an abundance of caution due to the approach of Red Tide…

Miami-Dade County gets cut of two large settlements with global banks

Miami-Dade commissioners on Tuesday approved resolutions retroactively authorizing Mayor Carlos Giménez’s office to participate and accept the county’s portion of two large-scale settlement agreements totaling $621.85 million. The settlements stem…

Legality at stake as Coral Gables tries to flee Miami-Dade parking pact

Coral Gables may be headed for prickly territory in moving to break its existing parking violation code agreement with Miami-Dade County, according to Clerk of Courts Harvey Ruvin, who said…

Tightly guarded accord targets growth along transitway

Miami-Dade County, the county’s Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) and all five municipalities serviced by the South Dade Transitway have entered an agreement that had been kept under tight wraps to…

County’s OK of bonding helps Badia Spices grow

Badia Spices was cleared Tuesday to get up to $9.5 million from taxable industrial development revenue bonds to pay for a distribution hub near its Doral headquarters. County commissioners approved…

Bombardier’s Learjet service center move to Miami-Dade due a formal toast

A press conference by Bombardier Business Aircraft for a “major services and support announcement” could signal the onset of the company’s anticipated Learjet service center move from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International…

Miami begins electronic plan review

On Monday, the City of Miami launched a new service called Electronic Plan Review (ePlan) to provide residents, contractors and developers with the option to submit plans and supporting documents…

Enterprise Florida, manufacturers team up to build exports

Enterprise Florida is working on helping Florida’s manufacturers increase and diversify the countries they export to, using two brand new partnerships with the South Florida Manufacturers Association and the Manufacturers…

Amerasia Bank finds solid niche targeting new immigrants

A small but mighty bank, Amerasia, has been operating in Miami since April 2013 after a merger with the Great Eastern Bank of Florida, a Miami-based minority-owned organization. Amerasia Bank’s…

Gables aims to shed county’s parking violations code and fines

Coral Gables could become Miami-Dade’s first city to break away from the county and set up its own parking violation code, system and fines. According to a memo from the…

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