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Deep examination of the future for Miami River

A new committee is taking shape to consider the further mission of the Miami River Commission. The idea for self-appraisal and planning came in December from Horacio Stuart Aguirre, chairman of the commission. He announced his desire to…

Miami parking price hike held hostage for marinas rate raise

Miami parking price hike held hostage for marinas rate raise

Commissioner Joe Carollo is holding up a final vote to raise parking rates until he’s assured Miami will hike fees at city marinas too. For the second time this fall,…

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

Miami parking price hike plan hits a stumbling block

City commissioners are prepared to OK hefty Miami parking rate hikes today (10/11), but the jump won’t impact city residents – though parking officials still must figure out how to…

Bus depot in Omni beneath a Genting hotel rolls ahead

Bus depot in Omni beneath a Genting hotel rolls ahead

The plan for a brand new bus terminal in the Omni neighborhood can advance after the recent move by the City of Miami to approve a street closure. At their…

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

$200,000 check stalls Virginia Key marinas eviction by city

The City of Miami’s eviction of the private operator of its marina on Virginia Key is on hold, after Rickenbacker Marina Inc. had its attorney show up at City Hall…

Miami Marine Stadium plan ‘going forward,’ but it’s late

Miami Marine Stadium plan ‘going forward,’ but it’s late

The architect hired to bring Miami Marine Stadium back to life says his team is “going forward nicely” with restoration. Richard J. Heisenbottle offered a status report during a Sept.…

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

Long-awaited plan for marinas on Virginia Key moving fast

With appeals and challenges from rivals exhausted, a new company’s bid to take over the marinas on Virginia Key moves forward after a year of legislative limbo. Today’s (9/13) agenda…

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

Florida develops Dominican Republic trade mission

The Dominican Republic, Florida’s largest market in the Caribbean basin, will welcome around 20 Florida companies and 40 to 50 Floridians to Santo Domingo from Nov. 13-16 for an export…

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

In NAFTA revamp, Canada points to its ties with Florida

Just before Mexico and the US reached a partial agreement in Washington on Monday to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement and Canada waited to join the talks, Canada…

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

County looks at trails under Florida Power and Light lines

Miami-Dade County is considering developing park space under Florida Power and Light (FPL) transmission lines and easements as bicycle trails and walking paths. Commissioners in July accepted a report from…

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