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8-story apartments near airport get conditional OK

The chairman of both the Miami-Dade Commission and the Transportation Planning Organization says he will seek a planning organization vote by October to declare a north-south transportation corridor the county’s…

Redevelopment agency helps close Camillus House funding gap

Directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) voted unanimously Monday to help support the Camillus House program for the homeless with a $115,000 grant. Frank Carollo and…

Redevelopment agency grants company film festival funds

To encourage and support aspiring young filmmakers, directors of the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) unanimously approved a $23,000 grant to Florida Film House LLC. Frank Carollo and…

Doral adds to trolley fleet, plans FIU route

As part of Doral’s efforts to improve and update its free trolley service, the city has added a new trolley to its fleet, bringing the total to 11, and has…

New homes planned for one of Coconut Grove’s first-settled areas

Investment is coming to the West Grove in the form of new homes on vacant lots. Amanda De Seta, the founder and owner of LointerHome, is behind a venture called…

Plans for five waterfront votes trickle down to just one

Of several possible leases tied to City of Miami-owned waterfront, only one is headed to the Nov. 7 ballot – Monty’s commercial site in Coconut Grove. Several other lease extensions…

Miami expects $27 million budget surplus

The City of Miami is expecting a budget surplus when the current fiscal year of 2016-2017 ends on Sept. 30. Christopher Rose, Office of Management and Budget director, reported to…

Miami directs residential car slowdown to 25, or even 20

Miami is campaigning to get drivers to ease off the accelerator, seeking residential limits of 25 miles per hour tops, 20 where possible. But it won’t start soon. Late last…

Carvalho vows to retain school funds by negotiation, not litigation

Last month, Gov. Rick Scott signed Florida House Bill 7069, a widely controversial omnibus bill that forces schools districts to share with charter schools local tax dollars. But all is…

New firm backed to handle lagging Flagler Street upgrades

Directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority voted unanimously Friday to support Lanzo Construction Co. as contractor to complete the remaining phases of Flagler Street’s renovation from the Dade County Courthouse…

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