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Region pours in funds to bring Super Bowl to Miami

A lot of money is going into Super Bowl LIV, including multimillion-dollar television ads and big-ticket sponsorships, and South Florida is likewise pouring funds into bringing the big game here for the record 11th time. Ray Martinez,…

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

More speed bumps could be rolling out for food trucks wishing to operate in the City of Miami.  The city commission is to vote on first reading today (1/9) on…

Big deadline nears for opportunity zones

Big deadline nears for opportunity zones

With the deadline to receive full benefits less than a week off and a new, voluminous document from the IRS further detailing regulations, opportunity zones – Census-designated areas targeted for…

Freebee transit in Mid-Beach becomes permanent

Freebee transit in Mid-Beach becomes permanent

A popular free transportation service will continue serving Mid-Beach, this time permanently. The Miami Beach Commission gave the green light last week to the administration to memorialize the city’s agreement…

At Miami International Airport, Sola flying solo on upgrades

At Miami International Airport, Sola flying solo on upgrades

Five months after giving the OK to a $5 billion plan to improve Miami International Airport (MIA) through 2035, Miami-Dade lawmakers have opted to cut themselves out of the loop…

South Dade Transitway rapid bus service rolls ahead

South Dade Transitway rapid bus service rolls ahead

With local and state dollars committed, a shortlist of developers on hand and confirmation of federal funds due early next year, Miami-Dade’s upgrade of the South Dade Transitway for rapid…

New cities’ impact on Miami-Dade Police, fire pivotal

New cities’ impact on Miami-Dade Police, fire pivotal

Four months after a failed move to create a new South Dade city, Miami-Dade lawmakers have ordered a study on how police and fire rescue services would be affected by…

Frustrated advisors, Miami tangle over Virginia Key

Frustrated advisors, Miami tangle over Virginia Key

More than three years into the Virginia Key Advisory Board’s life, members continue to express frustration with city officials. On several occasions, members have said they felt ignored by a…

Coral Gables puts off trolleys expansion to await a grant

Coral Gables puts off trolleys expansion to await a grant

In an apparent reversal that he says might save the city money, Vince Lago, Coral Gables vice mayor, wants to hold off on adding Saturday trolley service, something for which…

Move could unlock redevelopment of Miami River marina

Move could unlock redevelopment of Miami River marina

Miami has moved to downzone more than nine acres by the Miami River, a change that would reflect a lawsuit that saw a city-approved land-use change overruled. The city’s application…

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