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Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

A vote that could have torpedoed a lease to build a mega-project on Melreese Golf Course failed to gain enough Miami City Commission support, as debate provided a glimpse of ongoing negotiations with would-be developer Miami…

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…

Miami looks to national model to humanely stifle peafowl

Miami looks to national model to humanely stifle peafowl

Coconut Grove is suffering from an abundance of beauty as gangs of peafowl run amok. It’s left the City of Miami with no other choice but to fight back. Peacefully.…

Miami-Dade, cities target docks for waterborne transit

Miami-Dade, cities target docks for waterborne transit

Miami-Dade and the cities of Miami and Miami Beach have been collaborating to identify potential docking locations for waterborne transit services between the two municipalities across Biscayne Bay, county Transportation…

48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood

48 closed-circuit cameras to keep eye on Wynwood

By the end of the year, a network of 48 closed-circuit cameras and two license-plate readers will help reassure Wynwood revelers, diners, and shoppers that they can go about their…

Miami-Dade doubles security after undisclosed incidents

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…

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…

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