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Drive heads toward broader use of tax-funded transit-on-demand

Every city in Miami-Dade could soon be getting its own Freebee service or something like it, with greater destination and pick-up point options. Miami-Dade commissioners Tuesday gave an initial OK to an ordinance change that, if approved,…

Miami Marine Stadium, if restored, couldn’t welcome public

Miami Marine Stadium, if restored, couldn’t welcome public

Imagine the City of Miami spending more than $40 million to restore the iconic Marine Stadium only to be prohibited from using it for “public assembly” because that special use…

County aims to replenish United Way of Miami-Dade assistance fund

County aims to replenish United Way of Miami-Dade assistance fund

With the deadline to use all of Miami-Dade’s Cares Act funds looming, commissioners Friday are to decide whether to reroute up to $18 million to the United Way of Miami’s…

PortMiami huge project spending list wins county OK

PortMiami huge project spending list wins county OK

PortMiami projects costing Miami-Dade more than $301.5 million won OKs just two days before commissioners OK’d waiving up to $285.5 million for cruise lines crushed by Covid-19. Commissioners signed off…

Miami board again votes against a downtown Melo skyscraper

Miami board again votes against a downtown Melo skyscraper

A Miami review board has unanimously recommended denial of plans for a skyscraper downtown from The Melo Group, advice the outgoing city planning director ignored for another Melo project that…

PortMiami dredging may rest on economic future of cruise lines

PortMiami dredging may rest on economic future of cruise lines

PortMiami continues to plan for more dredging, pandemic or not. As the coronavirus has plagued both Miami and the rest of the nation, there has been an increased focus on…

Miami speeds to resolve Virginia Key Marina bid battle

Miami speeds to resolve Virginia Key Marina bid battle

With new players in the mix, the Miami City Commission has called for a special meeting next month to discuss the future of Virginia Key Marina. At last week’s virtual…

As economy returns, Miami-Dade commissioners might stay away from county hall

As economy returns, Miami-Dade commissioners might stay away from county hall

Returning to County Hall won’t be simple for the Miami-Dade commissioners, as safety, capacity and cost obstacles could prolong virtual meetings even as the local economy reopens. “Our biggest challenge…

Faulty Metrorail sound barriers finally near replacement

Faulty Metrorail sound barriers finally near replacement

Two years after parts of a Metrorail sound-buffering barrier failed and caused system-wide delays, Miami-Dade is close to hiring a company to replace it. The first of two projects that…

Miami-Dade launches contact-tracing mobile app

Miami-Dade launches contact-tracing mobile app

Six months into the ongoing pandemic, Miami-Dade County has launched a new contact-tracing mobile application to help residents avoid catching Covid-19. The free app, called “CombatCOVID MDC,” is available on…

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