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South Beach Business Improvement District advances

A special district aimed at improving the safety and appeal of Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue is inching toward reality.  At last week’s meeting, Miami Beach commissioners gave their preliminary approval to the proposed South Beach…

Board gives thumbs-up to colorful Allapattah project

Board gives thumbs-up to colorful Allapattah project

A colorful mixed-use apartment building is coming to the heart of Allapattah, bringing with it retail uses and office space. TCG Allapattah 16 LLC proposes 16 Allapattah, a new mixed-use…

Next Generation brings youth to Miami Beach government

Next Generation brings youth to Miami Beach government

The voices of Miami Beach’s youngest generations are now loudly heard thanks to the city’s Next Generation Council. Miami Beach residents from 18 to 36 created their own way to…

Metrobus realignment may offer seniors on-demand transit

Metrobus realignment may offer seniors on-demand transit

As nonprofit Transit Alliance Miami works to redesign Miami-Dade’s Metrobus route system, steps must be taken to ensure that the county doesn’t overlook the needs of its senior citizens, Miami-Dade…

Lincoln Road blanketed with 500 native orchids

Lincoln Road blanketed with 500 native orchids

Walking on Miami Beach this summer can be even more mesmerizing than usual. Since Tuesday morning a block of Lincoln Road has been blanketed with 500 native orchids, planted among…

Plan to combat intrusive political tactics

Plan to combat intrusive political tactics

The results of a county study into aggressive and intrusive political demonstration tactics at Miami-Dade voting locations are in, and while no solutions are explicitly prescribed ahead of this year’s…

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach OKs funds to start dredging clogged waterways

Miami Beach commissioners have approved $250,000 for dredging of the Biscayne Point Waterway and Collins Canal. Homeowners celebrated the decision after waiting nearly three decades for sediment removal. Sediment continues…

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Hydroponic farming planned on vacant Miami Beach lots

Freight Farms Inc. and Energy Cost Solutions Group LLC. have entered negotiations with the City of Miami Beach to possibly establish hydroponic farming in North Beach. Commissioners are to weigh…

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson brings Red Rooster here

Signage is up and permits have been pulled in preparation for the construction of celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster restaurant in Overtown, which will occupy the former Clyde Killens…

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Red light cameras cited for unfair targeting

Cities operating red light cameras on US 1 in South Dade may disproportionately target nonresidents commuting from unincorporated areas, Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss said Monday, adding that he plans to…

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