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Miami-Dade looking to extend taxis’ 10-year age limit to 15 years

In what is something of a tradition, Miami-Dade commissioners are again considering keeping older taxicabs on county streets longer. Commissioners last week accepted on first reading an ordinance change providing…

Funds, representation rest on getting a full census count

The woman who led Miami-Dade’s participation efforts during the 2010 census says she believes the 2020 census starting April 1 will be “the most challenging… this nation will encounter.” School…

Four Miami Beach bridges in bad shape, state finds

Four city-owned bridges out of 24 in Miami Beach are considered in “poor condition, requiring repairs” according to an October Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) report. The report is done…

Lennar gets OK for development district on golf course site

Plans for a 181-acre “municipality alternative” moved forward Tuesday, as Miami-Dade commissioners approved an ordinance permitting Lennar Homes LLC to establish the San Simeon Community Development District (CDD) on the…

January renaming of Museum Park to honor visionary Maurice Ferré

Family, friends and a crowded commission chamber at Miami City Hall stood and applauded Dec. 13 to honor former mayor Maurice Ferré. The city commission with an enthusiastic vote completed…

Sea level rise in Miami-Dade could spur septic system failures

In the next 25 years, sea level rise could cause up to 64% of Miami-Dade County’s nearly 105,000 septic systems to malfunction, leading to a host of diseases, water contamination…

$24 million in stormwater, resiliency project change orders

Stormwater management and resiliency projects in the West Avenue neighborhood north and south of 14th Street in Miami Beach have racked up change orders totaling $24,330,900. For the project north…

Reborn Alliance Française seeking to build up

Alliance Française, an independent, “membership driven” non-profit, hopes to add more students in coming years and expand its cultural events and variety of classes. Alliance Française has a long history…

Knight Foundation grant seen cementing theater in Coconut Grove

Miami-Dade County officials are applauding the decision by the Knight Foundation to award a major grant to the Coconut Grove Playhouse project. The state owns the famous playhouse and has…

Express buses, trolleys due at Dolphin Station by summer

Express bus and trolley services have yet to start at the Dolphin Station Park and Ride Transit Facility as the Miami-Dade Expressway Authority is rushing to complete work on routes.…

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