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Miami Today unveils Book of Leaders with 52 Achievers

Overlooking the glittering Miami skyline from the 36th floor, invited guests last week saluted the 52 community leaders who are featured in the 2018 Book of Leaders, which compiles a full year of Achiever profiles that…

Issues aplenty face a growing, successful Wynwood

Issues aplenty face a growing, successful Wynwood

In many ways, Wynwood is a victim of its own success, as leaders face issues that weren’t even on the radar years ago, when the area was a hive of…

Crumbling affordable housing in Miami Beach faces deadline

Crumbling affordable housing in Miami Beach faces deadline

Ceilings falling in, mold growing and an infestation of insects are just some of the complaints coming from Crespi Park Apartments, affordable housing units in Miami Beach rented mostly by…

Unheard millennials in Miami Beach found an action council

Unheard millennials in Miami Beach found an action council

Some millennials in Miami Beach weren’t feeling heard in decisions made by city officials. So Jamie Maniscalco, 28, and Jordan Kramer, 30, helped found the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s…

Golden Sky to follow Umbrella Sky in Coral Gables

Golden Sky to follow Umbrella Sky in Coral Gables

Golden Sky will be the newest art installation decorating Giralda Plaza in Coral Gables, with a price tag of approximately $150,000. After the success of Umbrella Sky, the wildly popular…

Mobile ticketing program to link Miami-Dade County to Palm Beach

Mobile ticketing program to link Miami-Dade County to Palm Beach

In the not-too-distant future, travelers may be able to plot trips from Miami-Dade County’s southernmost point to the north tip of Palm Beach County with just a few finger taps.…

Miami-Dade grows affordable housing inventory by 3%

Miami-Dade grows affordable housing inventory by 3%

Miami-Dade’s Public Housing and Community Development department is working to meet the needs of low-income elderly residents through a combination of new construction, rehabilitated sites and novel ideas, according to…

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

Florida Department of Transportation asks city to run 30-acre park under bridge

The Florida Department of Transportation is looking to the City of Miami to develop and run a 30-acre illuminated park under a rebuilt and elevated I-395 and its long-planned “signature…

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade sets timelines on cutting fossil fuel consumption

Miami-Dade has an updated timeline to reduce the fossil fuel consumption of its vehicle fleet and convert a significant portion of that fleet to electric. County commissioners unanimously approved a…

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Miami-Dade gets a price break in sea level rise studies

Two $3 million studies to assess Miami-Dade’s risk of storm flooding, sea level rise and the feasibility of reauthorizing a half-century beach erosion and hurricane protection project will commence at…

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