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Miami-Dade doubles security after undisclosed incidents

Miami-Dade lawmakers have for months enjoyed stronger security at County Hall, but in retroactively approving the more than $2 million in upgrades last week, some wanted to know why it was needed. “Have…

Miami wants bigger Bayside Ferris wheel receipt share

Miami wants bigger Bayside Ferris wheel receipt share

If Bayside wants to bring a 176-foot-tall Ferris wheel to its grounds, it’s going to have to give the City of Miami a larger cut of the revenue, city commissioners…

PortMiami deals to create 27,500 jobs, mayor says

PortMiami deals to create 27,500 jobs, mayor says

It took all of an hour for Miami-Dade lawmakers to sign off en masse last week on a series of terminal agreements that promise to maintain PortMiami’s distinction as the…

Minus China, Miami-Dade looks to recycle its recycling

Minus China, Miami-Dade looks to recycle its recycling

States and local governments have been scrambling to prevent a backslide on recycling since China stopped accepting scrap materials from the US nearly two years ago. Next month, Miami-Dade lawmakers…

Miami strives to get operator for Virginia Key marinas

Miami strives to get operator for Virginia Key marinas

With the November election looming, the Miami City Commission is set to once again address the future of the city’s property in Virginia Key, with two related items included in…

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Task force to boost Palmetto Bay revamp

Palmetto Bay’s negotiations over a project that, if approved, will transform the village’s downtown into a modern city center will probably begin this month and include a new task force…

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

Coral Gables to fight for right to ban Styrofoam

The Coral Gables City Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to appeal a recent Third District Court of Appeal decision slapping down the city’s ban on Styrofoam and single-use plastics in retail…

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

China trade spat spurs rush of courthouse construction

Miami-Dade’s efforts to build a new civil and probate courthouse must speed up or at least remain on track to avoid a potential fiscal quagmire due to souring trade relations…

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

Another pilot Miami scooter program may be rolled out

As a six-month pilot program that saw the return of electric scooters to part of the City of Miami nears its end, the CEO of the Miami Parking Authority gave…

Miami to probe claims of growing Miami River lawlessness

Miami to probe claims of growing Miami River lawlessness

The Miami City Commission and City Manager Emilio González have agreed to look into what residents and business owners say is increasing lawlessness on the Miami River. “We need 24/7…

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