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Bayfront home values fall, inland values rise: a sea change?

The latest report on Miami-Dade property values points to a sea change in the relative evaluations we place on dwelling places. Look at data on taxable property values that Property Appraiser Pedro Garcia issued July 1. While…

Those who don’t take New Normal seriously add to our pain

Those who don’t take New Normal seriously add to our pain

A team appointed by Miami-Dade County to be economic slump-busters has a huge chore in pointing the way to economic recovery just as Covid-19 totals are soaring statewide. We obviously…

The pandemic is creating future trends in time and space

The pandemic is creating future trends in time and space

Covid-19 is changing not just public health practices: it’s also altering the very philosophy of time and space. The alteration doesn’t take a Sir Isaac Newton or Albert Einstein to…

Quest for an airport convention hotel should go on standby

Quest for an airport convention hotel should go on standby

Miami-Dade commissioners who rushed to quickly cut a deal for a new Miami International Airport convention center hotel should have listened to Mayor Carlos Giménez, who assessed today’s world and…

Responsibilities of thousands of nonprofits outpace funding

Responsibilities of thousands of nonprofits outpace funding

A data-laden report on the economic impact of nonprofits in Miami-Dade County points to a growing dependence on nonprofits to do what government once was expected to do but an…

Ethics report should derail tainted Baylink bid negotiations

Ethics report should derail tainted Baylink bid negotiations

Just when our column on a Baylink railway deal went to press last week, ethics officials released a formal report that goes back two years into highly questionable ties between…

County climbs aboard trip toward Casinoland transit stop

County climbs aboard trip toward Casinoland transit stop

When county commissioners voted 11-1 last week to evaluate and negotiate a monorail linking Miami Beach to a Miami site ticketed for a mega-casino, they wrestled with what their vote…

Reopening won’t spur a full recovery – it takes teamwork

Reopening won’t spur a full recovery – it takes teamwork

Failure after well over a month to appoint 40% of a task force battling the impacts of Covid-19 in Miami-Dade’s two largest business sectors underscores the vast gaps in efforts…

Home learning leaves a lot to be desired but may linger on

Home learning leaves a lot to be desired but may linger on

While the Covid-19 shutdown teaches us that working remotely from home might become a plus, it has also shown us that home schooling is usually a loss. As classes at…

Unfortunately, new rail transit likely to be Covid-19 victim

Unfortunately, new rail transit likely to be Covid-19 victim

There are a number of reasons to carefully heed Miami-Dade Commission Chairwoman Audrey Edmonson’s concerns about planning a Metrorail extension from downtown Miami to the Broward County line. Just look…

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