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County looks at film incentive to replace Florida’s

It’s a tried and true business maxim: find the thing you do best, and confine your efforts to that. “The secret of our success is having a great understanding of…

Transit, training tied to workforce housing shortage

The affordability of South Florida housing and issues like transportation and even workforce training that must first be tackled before the housing cost burden can be dealt with was the…

Mayor unveils plan for electric vehicle charging stations

New projects on county-owned land would have to reserve at least 2% of their parking spaces for plug-in electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging stations under a 51-page plan for…

County charter review team gets 9 months to do job

A 15-member task force to recommend changes to Miami-Dade’s charter, its equivalent of a constitution, is tentatively due to convene at 10 a.m. June 28 in the Miami-Dade Main Library…

Coral Gables, Miami make trafficking pact

Miami is joining forces with neighboring Coral Gables to battle drug use, prostitution and sex trafficking. Targeted is busy Southwest Eighth Street – the Tamiami Trail – which is peppered…

Water and Sewer data to flow into home page

Miami-Dade commissioners gave initial approval this week to electronic publication of projects being done by the Water and Sewer Department. This would authorize the “transparency report” to be published on…

Miami-Dade measure would expand whistle-blower protection

Miami-Dade County commissioners gave preliminary approval this week to prohibiting employers that contract with the county from retaliating against employees for providing information about unlawful activity. The legislation, sponsored by…

Miami-Dade links to County Cork, Ireland

Miami-Dade will be reaching out to County Cork, Ireland, to become family of sorts now that both communities have expressed desire to establish a Sister Cities relationship. County commissioners passed…

Downtown aims its Brickell Bridge guns at Coast Guard

Though it seemed in March that a partial resolution of the Brickell Bridge controversy was in the works, some directors of Miami’s Downtown Development Authority have at least a passing…

Airport site geared for Amazon wins county lease changes

County commissioners Tuesday approved without discussion a multi-phase project at Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport that has been reported to be geared for an Amazon distribution center. The project on more…

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