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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…

$12 million in bonding would help Somerset Academy expand

The Miami-Dade County Industrial Development Authority is asking Miami-Dade commissioners to approve the issuance of $12 million of Industrial Revenue Development Bonds for Somerset Academy Inc. The school is to…

Bonds sought to help fund St. Stephen’s school expansion

Miami-Dade County commissioners are being asked to approve issuance by the Miami-Dade County Industrial Development Authority of $10.5 million in bonds to help fund the expansion of St. Stephen’s Episcopal…

23 Miami-Dade hotels totaling 3,270 rooms in constructions

Miami-Dade has 23 hotels under construction totaling 3,270 rooms, according to data in the latest report from STR, which gathers data on the hotel industry nationally and abroad. None of…

Health center at UM doubles its patient targets

It’s been nine months since the University of Miami’s patient-centered vision, the Lennar Foundation Medical Center, opened in Coral Gables, and so far, everything targeted to be accomplished has been…

Billing errors forcing up special taxing district rates

For the second time in five years, Miami-Dade County is raising the rates for a portion of its special taxing districts to account for a deficit created by billing errors.…

Nearby tax increases might fund new transit lines

A plan to fund six mass transit corridors in Miami-Dade would scoop up a slice of property tax increases along the new transit routes for at least 30 years for…

Metrorail rolls back toward SMART transit plan

With the state kicking in 50%, the plan to put Metrorail on two Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) plan corridors could be revived. The plan, rolled out in February…

Construction crane concerns cited for Hurricane Irma

The National Hurricane Center’s advisory Tuesday afternoon (9/5) lists Irma as a Category 5 hurricane moving west at a speed of about 14 miles per hour with maximum sustained winds…

No-go for Virginia Key marina redevelopment

Miami city commissioners held a very brief meeting Friday morning (9/1) and decided to indefinitely defer a project to redevelop the marinas on city-owned land on Virginia Key. Mayor Tomás…

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