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Scooter fees geared for bike paths face detours

Miami’s electric scooter pilot program was geared to generating funds for bicycle paths. But in the city’s financial strain because of Covid-19, some commissioners are balking at allocating about $1 million the city has collected from…

Miami looks at what land can replace its Melreese golf course

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…

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

Hard Rock Stadium faces cap on county funding

More than $100 million in taxes to reward privately funded upgrades to Hard Rock Stadium could be capped as Miami-Dade today (2/13) considers barring future additions to the deal. A…

Dinner Key Marina hurricane damage repairs linger

Dinner Key Marina hurricane damage repairs linger

Dinner Key Marina, which hugs the Coconut Grove waterfront and historic Miami City Hall, is in the midst of a multi-million dollar rebuild and City of Miami officials anticipate completion…

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

Miami Beach kaleidoscopic bridge inches toward reality

For Miami Beach, a development that’ll lead to a kaleidoscopic bridge to welcome those coming in and out of the city, a 3-acre park with residency features and a 519-foot…

Legislature moves to drain funding pool for pro stadiums

Legislature moves to drain funding pool for pro stadiums

A proposal is once again in play to eliminate an untouched pool of state money set aside in 2014 to help build and renovate professional sports stadiums. The House Workforce…

Region pours in funds to bring Super Bowl to Miami

Region pours in funds to bring Super Bowl to Miami

A lot of money is going into Super Bowl LIV, including multimillion-dollar television ads and big-ticket sponsorships, and South Florida is likewise pouring funds into bringing the big game here…

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

On Miami’s menu for food trucks: red tape

More speed bumps could be rolling out for food trucks wishing to operate in the City of Miami.  The city commission is to vote on first reading today (1/9) on…

Big deadline nears for opportunity zones

Big deadline nears for opportunity zones

With the deadline to receive full benefits less than a week off and a new, voluminous document from the IRS further detailing regulations, opportunity zones – Census-designated areas targeted for…

Freebee transit in Mid-Beach becomes permanent

Freebee transit in Mid-Beach becomes permanent

A popular free transportation service will continue serving Mid-Beach, this time permanently. The Miami Beach Commission gave the green light last week to the administration to memorialize the city’s agreement…

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