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Miami Lakes bonds backed

Miami Lakes has gotten a rating of AA+ on $7.3 million in bonds that it issued in 2010 for its Government Center project. Ratings agency Fitch Ratings notes that “the…

Governor names four to South Florida Water Management District

Gov. Ron DeSantis has named four appointees to the nine-member South Florida Water Management District Governing Board, after he called last month for the prior board’s resignation. He named Charlette…

Multinational investment bank plans to add 50 jobs here

Miami-Dade commissioners were to decide this week whether to commit $70,000 in bond funds to an unidentified bank as part of a state job growth incentives program. “Confidential Project Apple,”…

Express buses might start rolling on 836 shoulders this year

The first phase of a Miami-Dade Expressway Authority (MDX) two-year pilot program in which express buses would run on the inside shoulders of State Road 836 is on schedule and…

Home and condo sales rise, total sales value spurts 10.7%

Miami-Dade County had 1.1% more 12,931 single-family home re-sales in 2018 than 2017, a total of 12,931, the Miami Association of Realtors and the Multiple Listing Service reported last week.…

New Metrobus, Metrorail vehicles flow into aged fleets

Replacements for Miami-Dade’s aged transit fleet continue to flow in, as new Metrobus and Metrorail vehicles are now arriving steadily after initial delays and technical hiccups. As of last week,…

Miami Beach scooter riders might face tighter spring break rules

This spring break in Miami Beach, scooter riders may be much more restricted and monitored than last year as the city attempts to prevent and minimize perceived safety hazards and…

Miami to help pay for police outside 33 elementary schools

Miami city commissioners have made a financial commitment to help pay for hiring added school-based law enforcement officers for the Miami-Dade schools. City legislation approved Jan. 24 allocates $1,088,465.85 in…

Electric scooters, dockless bikes to keep rolling in Coral Gables

Coral Gables is taking the next steps with its dockless bike and electric scooter pilot programs with two companies: Spin and Bird. The pilot programs with both providers were extended…

Miami Beach advances districts to pay to bury power lines

The City of Miami Beach is moving forward on the process of undergrounding power lines and creating special assessment districts to pay for it. Over 60% of Beach residents want…

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