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Coronavirus impact to batter Miami’s $69 million reserves

  The City of Miami held a virtual emergency special meeting last week, with elected officials discussing the city’s efforts to grapple with the novel coronavirus. As they deliberated over meals for seniors and curfew hours, the financial…

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…

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Pay for state attorney office called ‘crisis level’

Miami-Dade commissioners are urging the Florida Legislature to financially aid employees at the county’s state attorney and public defender offices, as pay there has “reached a crisis level,” according to…

Iconic Miami Beach welcome sign may become LED display

Iconic Miami Beach welcome sign may become LED display

The iconic Miami Beach entrance sign on the Julia Tuttle Causeway could be seeing significant changes in 2019. Jim Morrison Productions, the company behind many of the lighting designs and…

Deep examination of the future for Miami River

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…

Florida plans improved public riverwalk under 836 in Miami

Florida plans improved public riverwalk under 836 in Miami

State highway officials now intend to include an improved public riverwalk under a highway overpass slated for a major upgrade, Miami River Commission members were pleased to learn Monday. Fresh…

Miami-Dade emergency fund going to expand ShotSpotters

Miami-Dade emergency fund going to expand ShotSpotters

Money that would have been used to compensate for broadened homestead exemptions in Miami-Dade will now fund an expansion to the county’s ShotSpotters program to pinpoint gunfire in high-frequency areas.…

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