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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…

Coral Gables public safety building a fast build

Coral Gables public safety building a fast build

Construction is on schedule for Coral Gables’ new public safety building, but plans for the art installation by the main entrance face months of delay. Construction on the public safety…

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Liberty City Trolley plan would cut into Brickell route

Although the City of Miami’s free trolley system extends to all corners of the city, no dedicated route serves the Liberty City area. That may be about to change –…

Colombia’s envoy in Miami eyes technology

Colombia’s envoy in Miami eyes technology

Pedro Agustín Valencia, Colombia’s general consul here since February, sees technology as integral in servicing the high demand for his services. The consulate at 280 Aragon Ave. in Coral Gables…

County backs bill to expand police use of drones

County backs bill to expand police use of drones

Miami-Dade lawmakers have thrown their support behind twin bills moving through the Florida Legislature that, if enacted, would expand police and governmental use of unmanned aircraft – or drones –…

Miami seeks expert to negotiate with David Beckham team

Miami seeks expert to negotiate with David Beckham team

Miami commissioners have agreed to hire a third party to assist city administrators in their negotiations with the David Beckham group for a long-term lease of city-owned property adjacent to…

Miami seeks proposals for major bayfront development

Miami seeks proposals for major bayfront development

Maurice A. Ferré, a long-time City of Miami mayor, is not happy that the city that just renamed a waterfront park in his honor plans major redevelopment of adjacent city-owned…

Public marinas in City of Miami in murky waters

Public marinas in City of Miami in murky waters

The fate of the public marinas in the City of Miami remains unclear as city officials debate the best practices that would bring in the most revenue to a city…

PortMiami dredging hinges on Army Engineers test simulation

PortMiami dredging hinges on Army Engineers test simulation

The decision on whether to proceed with another round of dredging at PortMiami will depend on results of a harbor simulation at an Army Corps of Engineers testing facility, part…

Brickell Avenue Bridge standoff over traffic goes on

Brickell Avenue Bridge standoff over traffic goes on

There’s an apparent cease-fire in the battle between Miami’s Downtown Development Authority and the US Coast Guard and the Florida Department of Transportation to enforce (and possibly expand) lock-down times…

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