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Front Page » Breaking News (Page 73)

Voters may act on large Miami bond issue

If all goes as planned, City of Miami voters in November will be asked to approve a general obligation bond proposal designed to fund needed capital improvements for the foreseeable…

Beach convention hotel plans move forward

After nearly a year since Miami Beach formed a Blue Ribbon Steering Committee to persuade voters to approve a convention center hotel, a final recommendation this week moved one step…

County contracts for electronic notices

Miami-Dade County commissioners have approved a $724,000 contract for electronic notices, a system used by the state attorney’s and public defender’s offices and the administrative office of the courts for…

County pumps money into sewer, water equipment

Miami-Dade commissioners last week approved without discussion an additional $510,000 for the Water and Sewer Department to replace damaged equipment and install new equipment when service is established for new…

State boosts funding for MIA airport security

County commissioners on Tuesday accepted Florida Department of Transportation’s (FDOT) agreement to fund $7,655,268 toward the security and passenger accessibility portion of Concourse E and E satellite improvement programs at…

Miami worker has inside track to lead Wynwood agency

A “strong internal candidate” at the City of Miami has been identified as a possible successor for Tom Curitore, executive director of the Wynwood Business Improvement District (BID), who announced…

Gables garage development talks await a vision

Coral Gables officials are still in the midst of deciding what uses they would prefer for two parking garages that have been slated for redevelopment since 2013. In January, city…

Wynwood leaders carve out broad list of goals

Preventing another public relations disaster should the Zika virus make a re-appearance this summer, eventually expanding its boundaries, moving forward with a “woonerf” section for Northwest Third Avenue, making its…

County refuses to oppose legal ads option

Miami-Dade County commissioners on Tuesday voted against opposing state bills that would allow local governments to publish legally required notices and advertisements on their official websites instead of in newspapers.…

Miami moves to bag plastic bags

Miami city commissioners have taken the first step toward restrictions on disposable plastic shopping bags. Commissioners have approved a resolution urging Gov. Rick Scott and the Legislature to repeal part…

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