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Stormy city commission can’t blow Rickenbacker Marina off course

The fate of the city-owned marinas on Virginia Key led to a long and loud shouting match between two Miami city commissioners. Once decorum was restored at the July 22 meeting, the end result was a split…

Work may finally restore Irma-battered Dinner Key Marina

Work may finally restore Irma-battered Dinner Key Marina

It’s been nearly four years since Hurricane Irma ravaged Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove, walloping the state’s largest municipal marina. A final round of repairs is still needed to…

Miami Beach sees pedestrian future for Ocean Drive

Miami Beach sees pedestrian future for Ocean Drive

Miami Beach has applied for a county permit to keep Ocean Drive pedestrianized, but the short-term future of the iconic road is still up for debate. In May 2020 the…

Miami may forgive millions in Jungle Island debt

Miami may forgive millions in Jungle Island debt

The Miami City Commission plans to consider amending a development agreement with ESJ JI Leasehold LLC to pay a portion of a loan given by the city to the original…

Army orders 830,000 yards of sand to restore Miami Beach

Army orders 830,000 yards of sand to restore Miami Beach

“Until we change the movement of the planets, this is going to always be a project,” said Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber of the renourishment of the city’s beaches to…

Bahrain looks to Miami business, PortMiami accord

Bahrain looks to Miami business, PortMiami accord

Bahrain may seek a memorandum of understanding with PortMiami to promote trade opportunities and share best customer practices, the kingdom’s ambassador to the United States said here Monday. When asked…

Programs target uses of curb space other than parking

Programs target uses of curb space other than parking

The pandemic we just lived through caused deep changes not only in the health and economic sectors, but also in transportation. As local enterprises had to reinvent ways they do…

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Property Appraiser lists Miami-Dade taxable values

Countywide taxable property values in Miami-Dade rose 3.6% last year, according to an estimate by Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia. The estimate includes both new and old construction. Properties that existed…

Cruise lines that can’t sail get another fee break

Cruise lines that can’t sail get another fee break

To help cruise lines stay afloat as safety strictures are set, Miami-Dade has again extended waivers of lay berth and harbor fees at PortMiami. Concerns over covid may be receding…

Fleet of LNG cruise ships anticipated at PortMiami

Fleet of LNG cruise ships anticipated at PortMiami

PortMiami expects an influx of liquefied natural gas-powered cruise ships to arrive through 2027, and Miami-Dade commissioners want Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s office to look at how best to accommodate…

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