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Delay in residences at parking garage costly to developer

Work continues on a plan to incorporate an old public parking garage in downtown Miami with a new residential tower that promises new office space and retail. But a delay…

Miami backs move to make parking fines sting more

Miami city commissioners are supporting a move to increase penalties for parking violators, particularly those vehicles that block the flow of traffic. Commissioners last week approved a resolution urging changes…

Long-planned water clean-up to start

City of Miami officials will host a kick-off meeting about the Wagner Creek and Seybold Canal Dredging and Restoration Project at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, at the Miami Association…

Just plane fund at Miami International Airport

Miami-Dade’s Economic Development and Tourism committee gave preliminary approval this week to a children’s play area at Miami International Airport. The resolution, sponsored by Sally Heyman, would direct the administration…

Step to protect Florida coasts from oil exploration

Miami-Dade County commissioners gave preliminary approval this week to the concept of Southeast Florida Coastal Ocean task force’s final report and its recommendations to work with others to improve the…

The meter is running for Miami-Dade taxis

Miami-Dade’s Transportation and Public Works committee on May 11 approved a maximum taxicab meter rate for for-hire vehicles and eliminated a cash discount. If the full commission approves, this will…

Gastro Health jumps from Miami-Dade to national role

With four practice acquisitions this year, and three more planned in the coming months, the Miami-based Gastro Health physician network is on track to grow throughout Florida and beyond. The…

Musical chairs in city business districts management

It’s a management switch across the Miami River: Manny Gonzalez, executive director of the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID), will take the reins of the Wynwood BID May 15,…

Half-vacant park committee gets added life

The Miami-Dade County Commission last week agreed to continue the Parks and Recreation Citizens Advisory Committee, which at the end of last year had half of its commission-appointed seats vacant.…

Micro-room hotel/residence downtown want to drop garage

A hotel and residential tower planned for a small downtown Miami lot has been redesigned without a parking garage podium because the original design was “cost-prohibitive.” The missing 10-story, 144-space…

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