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Miami picked for Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative

Miami has been selected as one of 10 cities to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Works Cities initiative – one of the largest efforts to enhance the use of data…

As economy gains, more Miami Dade College students go part-time

Miami Dade College’s most recent fall semester’s student profile varied only slightly from the previous year’s profile, the school reported, with an improving economy leading to a minor increase in…

Funding to brand South Dade awaits legislative move

State legislation to fund a marketing campaign to brand the southern part of Miami-Dade County as a dynamic, diverse and attractive place to live, work, play and visit is sitting…

Miami moves to build fire-training center

Miami commissioners have taken the first step to build a new training facility for the fire department and bringing much-needed affordable housing to the West Grove. The commission last week…

County orders year-long study on solar-power generating

Miami-Dade commissioners have unanimously ordered a study of generating solar energy at county properties and a report within a year. County-owned properties have the potential to generate solar energy and…

Investment management firm wins county funds to expand in Gables

Miami-Dade County commissioners voted unanimously last week to increase local support for Confidential Project 44, a Coral Gables-based investment management firm specializing in mortgage credit seeking to expand its national…

County opposes blocking rail

Miami-Dade County commissioners have unanimously passed a motion to oppose a Senate bill moving through the Legislature in Tallahassee that could harm a partnership that would add rail service from…

County OKs team to review, update its ‘constitution

The Miami-Dade County Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to create a charter review task force and set its powers and responsibilities. The charter – the county’s equivalent of a constitution –…

City impact fees may help fund 7-mile baywalk

Miami’s Downtown Development Authority is eyeing the impact fees the city collects for parks to help fund Baywalk, a 7-mile-long open pedestrian and bike trail alongside the water that is…

Miami International Airport getting $60 million roof

Miami-Dade’s County Commission on Tuesday authorized an agreement with Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for $5,279,167 toward partially funding a $60 million terminal-wide re-roofing at Miami International Airport. The agreement…

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