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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…

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

Hyatt redevelopment on city’s waterfront in planning again

It will probably be another year or more before there is real action to redevelop the Hyatt hotel and Knight Center property in downtown Miami. Earlier this month, proposed legislation…

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

County to vote on new civil courthouse site beside 1928 version

Miami-Dade may soon have a set construction site for a new civil courthouse, as commissioners are to vote next week on a parcel just west of the crumbling one on…

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Appraisers reach similar conclusions on soccer site’s value

Two property appraisal firms reached similar conclusions regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Melreese Golf Course, stating the highest and best use would include higher density mixed-use with retail and…

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce pushes in DC for trade, immigration, higher education

Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce pushes in DC for trade, immigration, higher education

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce focused on advocating for transportation, immigration, higher education and trade during its annual three-day Washington, DC, Fly-In trip, chamber sources said. One particular issue…

New Flagler ‘Festival Street’ design adds $10 million to cost

New Flagler ‘Festival Street’ design adds $10 million to cost

Prospects for the Flagler Street renovation – which has dragged on several years – are suddenly brighter, as leaders of Miami-Dade County, Miami, and the Downtown Development Authority pledged to…

Key Biscayne drops suit of Miami over Virginia Key

Key Biscayne drops suit of Miami over Virginia Key

A 3-year-old lawsuit between the Village of Key Biscayne and the City of Miami about uses on Virginia Key is history. On May 11, an attorney for Key Biscayne filed…

Texting while driving ban may extend to bikes, skateboards, mopeds

Texting while driving ban may extend to bikes, skateboards, mopeds

Efforts to reduce texting while driving in Miami-Dade County are extending to young people riding bicycles, skateboards, hoverboards, mopeds and other similar vehicles. County commissioners unanimously approved a resolution this…

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Miami to seek $34 million Hurricane Irma repayment

Most people agree that Hurricane Irma walloped the City of Miami last September, but it could have been so much worse. City officials and elected leaders have used words like…

Miami-Dade County assuming control of Miami Intermodal Center

Miami-Dade County assuming control of Miami Intermodal Center

Miami-Dade County will assume control the Miami Intermodal Center (MIC), a multi-million dollar transportation hub adjacent to Miami International Airport currently owned and operated by the Florida Department of Transportation.…

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