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Poles united 5G antennas, traffic cameras, WiFi hotspots

Coral Gables hopes to unveil within three months the first pilot of an engineered pole concept that consolidates smart city technologies such as 5G antennas, traffic cameras and WiFi hotspots into a single apparatus. The effort, Coral…

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

Closed Morningside Park pool could reopen elsewhere

A new Morningside Park swimming pool seems all but certain to be built away from its historic but long-closed waterfront site. But new features could be coming to mitigate the…

Miami’s scooter pilot program walks a tightrope

Miami’s scooter pilot program walks a tightrope

The City of Miami’s scooter pilot program has once again been extended, this time to mid-February, with its long-term future still up in the air. Chairman Ken Russell, the district…

Underdeck under I-395 underfunded $30 million or more

Underdeck under I-395 underfunded $30 million or more

Negotiating the particulars of the proposed Underdeck – the 33 acres underneath a redesigned I-395 – is proving difficult, with a funding gap of more than $30 million, members of…

Suit aims to wrest control of historic Olympia Theater from Miami

Suit aims to wrest control of historic Olympia Theater from Miami

With the historic Olympia Theater in the heart of downtown seemingly in limbo, the City of Miami is facing a lawsuit over its handling of the property. Last month, The…

Miami-Dade heads to crackdown on RVs

Miami-Dade heads to crackdown on RVs

While not as ubiquitous as regular cars, vans or trucks, recreational vehicles, or RVs – motor homes and trailers with beds, small kitchens, dining areas and sometimes bathrooms – are…

Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

Atomik’s smiling oranges won’t dribble onto basketball court yet

A smiling orange won’t be rolling onto a Liberty City basketball court just yet – certainly not in time for Miami Art Week. Miami’s Arts in Public Places Board unanimously…

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

Miami Beach waterways restoration flowing ahead

The Waterway Restoration Project for the City of Miami Beach is finally funded and moving steadily through an exhaustive planning and permitting process. City officials report that the entire process…

Balance delicate between new Wynwood residents and area

Balance delicate between new Wynwood residents and area

As residents begin to fill up new residential units in Wynwood, complaints about noise and loud throngs of partiers are frequently heard. Accommodating the newcomers while retaining the neighborhood’s freewheeling…

Fifth delay shoves 22-acre Little Haiti project vote to February

Fifth delay shoves 22-acre Little Haiti project vote to February

An application for a 22-acre Little Haiti project has stagnated in a City of Miami board, with members deferring action once again because the developer hasn’t got an adequate traffic…

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