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Sabadell United nearly converted to Iberiabank operations

After acquiring Sabadell United Bank in July, Iberiabank Corp. is now in the process of converting all branch and operating systems associated with the recent acquisition by next month, according…

After Irma, more parks managers might be hired full time

After weeks of applauding the Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department for its first responders’ quick cleanup efforts in the days following Hurricane Irma, Miami-Dade commissioners are speaking up for…

IBM mainframe computer a main pain for county budget

Caught in a long and costly quandary, Miami-Dade administrators are asking approval to pay IBM $33 million over five years to support an antiquated mainframe computer system that the county…

Miami-Dade commissioners revamp charities’ funding totals

After delaying a re-design of charity funding for over ten years, Miami-Dade commissioners have finally voted on a plan that continues to fund existing charities while also making room for…

107 finalists vie in 10th annual Knight Arts Challenge

The Knight Arts Challenge, which has previously funded local cultural institutions such as O Cinema, New Dimensions Variable, Nu Deco Ensemble and the Light Box at the Goldman Warehouse, returns…

County praises solid waste in hurricane, then raises rates by $25

Following Miami-Dade County commissioners’ widespread praise of the Department of Solid Waste in preparing for and cleaning up after Hurricane Irma, the commission voted Tuesday to raise fees that help…

Miami-Dade agricultural losses estimated at 40%

South Florida’s agricultural output, which is valued at $700 million, experienced a 40% loss as a result of Hurricane Irma, according to preliminary numbers from the US Department of Agriculture’s…

Miami International Airport still calculating Irma’s costs

Miami International Airport is positioned to take a big financial hit this month, after Hurricane Irma halted all revenue-generating flights for three days and the airport operated at partial capacity…

Miami-Dade commissioners can’t decide on special taxing district hikes

After Miami-Dade commissioners debated raising rates in special taxing districts by $32.5 million total, they delayed a vote Tuesday until Oct. 17. “We were granted a 30-day extension [by the…

Homestead’s multimodal transit center seeks county grant

Miami-Dade commissioners are being asked to waive eligibility rules for economic development funding in targeted urban areas and approve a $1.5 million grant to the City of Homestead as part…

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