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Causeways plan split: Venetian out, Rickenbacker on slower track

The Venetian Causeway is to be officially removed from the unsolicited request for proposals to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Rickenbacker Causeway and the Venetian Causeway, including the development of parkland and beachfront along…

Coral Gables digs into undergrounding of utility lines

Coral Gables digs into undergrounding of utility lines

A Coral Gables project that would include citywide conversion of electrical and communications utilities’ overhead feeder lines that extend to eight substations outside city limits would come back in early…

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

Cryptocurrency team looks at broad county opportunities

The Miami-Dade Cryptocurrency Task Force is up, running and already exploring the feasibility for the county to start accepting cryptocurrencies and other digital monetary forms as acceptable methods of payment…

Former assistant to run Miami International Airport

Former assistant to run Miami International Airport

Mayor Daniella Levine Cava has appointed Ralph Cutié as Miami-Dade Aviation Director after he served as interim director since June. More than 100 people applied for the position, a process…

Biscayne Bay advisory board ready to get feet wet

Biscayne Bay advisory board ready to get feet wet

A 21-member Biscayne Watershed Management Task Force is assembling its members for what is to be a permanent organization in charge of addressing the recovery of water quality in Biscayne…

Three firms deal to build hotel at Miami International Airport

Three firms deal to build hotel at Miami International Airport

Three local firms shortlisted to develop a hotel at Miami International Airport are at individual negotiations with the county prior to the second phase of the request of proposals (RFP)…

Miami-Dade Schools line up stimulus spending goals

Miami-Dade Schools line up stimulus spending goals

Miami-Dade public schools are taking a four-way approach in using $1.19 billion in federal funds from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act and the American Rescue Plan Act. …

Corporate jet hub eyed for Homestead Air Reserve Base

Corporate jet hub eyed for Homestead Air Reserve Base

A 2020 county effort to sign an agreement with the Air Force that could bring corporate jets and cabin-class helicopters to the Homestead Air Reserve Base is still awaiting an…

The battle over when new courthouse can open, and cost

The battle over when new courthouse can open, and cost

As workers from the 93-year-old decayed and closed Dade County Courthouse do their jobs at home, the county and the developer of a new courthouse rising next door negotiate when…

Central command system will help traffic signals get smarter

Central command system will help traffic signals get smarter

Miami-Dade continues updating traffic signals to become smart signals that adjust traffic light timing according to the current traffic to ensure it flows as fast as possible. The upgrade is…

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