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FYI Miami: April 18, 2019

Below are some of the FYIs in this week’s edition. The entire content of this week’s FYIs and Insider sections is available by subscription only. To subscribe click here. NO AIRPORT CLUBS VOTE: A 10-year lease agreement…

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ITEM DELAY: Miami commissioners delayed discussion of a tax exemption program for developers and owners building or expanding businesses in some of Miami's underdeveloped areas. City Manager…

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GENERAL SALE: General Real Estate Corp. announced it has sold 30% of units at its newest single-family home development, Renaissance Estates II in West Kendall. The 68-home…

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MEXICAN CONSULATE: The Consulate General of Mexico has opened in new quarters at 5975 SW 72nd St., South Miami. Consulate officials said they moved to be in…

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DOMESTIC AIR LIFT: Domestic freight at Miami International Airport rose a walloping 42% compared to the previous October to nearly 40,000 tons this year, the 18th consecutive…

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FIRST FLAGLER: Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday plan to discuss issuing a $10 million promissory note to back a construction loan for downtown Miami's first condominium with units at…

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FIU GRANT: The increasing use of alternative medicines and Florida International University's growing attention to research resulted in a five-year, $1.2 million grant, FIU officials announced. "There's…

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USED HOME SALES DIP: Miami-area real estate agents sold 11% fewer single-family homes in October than in October 2000 while brokers statewide were selling 6% more, the…

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CARGO HEALTH: Domestic freight climbed 31.3% in September over the same period last year at Miami International Airport, county aviation reports. "The domestic cargo figures for September…

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