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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…

Miami looks at creating another Dinner Key mooring field

Miami looks at creating another Dinner Key mooring field

As the City of Miami moves ahead on long-awaited repairs and improvements at the city’s Dinner Key Marina, another contractor is poised to be hired to build an adjacent mooring…

Miami OKs land swap for new administration building

Miami OKs land swap for new administration building

The Miami City Commission has wrapped up a complicated real estate deal that will result in a new government administration building, freeing up a valuable riverfront site for three towers…

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Governments safeguard data from cyber threats

Miami-Dade County and the county’s cities are safeguarding their financial data through multi-layered approaches, protecting information from a variety of hackers on the prowl. The county and the cities shelter…

Miami loses millions as Virginia Key marina stalls

Miami loses millions as Virginia Key marina stalls

The City of Miami has lost millions as legal fights and challenges have for years stymied its efforts to find a new operator for the marina on Virginia Key. Exactly…

Miami River office space swap could cost City of Miami $150 million

Miami River office space swap could cost City of Miami $150 million

The City of Miami is preparing to devote $150 million toward its new government office complex near the Miami River, as part of a complicated deal to turn over city…

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

Film incentives get added boost to lure productions

County lawmakers just made Miami-Dade even more attractive for TV and film productions, voting Tuesday to reduce minimum requirements for tax rebates for filming here. The change comes less than…

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight may end up in court

Coconut Grove Playhouse fight may end up in court

The battle over the fate of the long-closed Coconut Grove Playhouse lingers on. Miami-Dade County, garnering approval of its restoration plan from the Miami City Commission on a split vote,…

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

Miami may be ready to pick Virginia Key marinas operator

After years of controversy, countless meetings, administrative appeals and lawsuits, the City of Miami may be ready to move ahead with a new operator for its marinas on Virginia Key.…

Miami-Dade looks at redeveloping Government Center

Miami-Dade looks at redeveloping Government Center

Ten months after Miami-Dade lawmakers reclaimed control over properties around Government Center, they’re one vote from looking at redeveloping the area. Commissioners in committee Tuesday voted for an item that…

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