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Miami-Dade resumes film permits with heavy demand

The Miami-Dade County Office of Film & Entertainment is starting to again issue film permits, but on a limited case-by-case basis. Strictly following the county’s guidelines and regulations to start transitioning to the “New Normal” and early…

Brickell Avenue Bridge work to last into 2021

Brickell Avenue Bridge work to last into 2021

Work continues on the state transportation department’s Brickell Avenue Bridge rehabilitation project. The heavily traveled bridge connecting Brickell to Downtown is undergoing repairs and the addition of gates to stop…

Miami-Dade emergency task force still has yet to meet

Miami-Dade emergency task force still has yet to meet

Vacancies on a task force to help pull Miami-Dade out of economic peril unofficially shrank from eight members to four since last week, according to county records and some responsible…

Paycheck Protection Program loans require smart steps by recipients

Paycheck Protection Program loans require smart steps by recipients

Banks issuing loans to businesses in need of aid during the pandemic are still awaiting more details on forgiveness. In the meantime, they’re taking smart steps to make matters easy…

After month, Miami-Dade emergency task force still a third vacant

After month, Miami-Dade emergency task force still a third vacant

More than a month has passed since Miami-Dade lawmakers signed off on creating a task force to help lead the county out of economic peril. But according to county records,…

Sensory home sales shift to film, music, charisma

Sensory home sales shift to film, music, charisma

With real estate open houses and multiple in-person property showings out of the question, residential realtors and brokers are now relying on other sensory stimulants to impress clients and take…

Hazard pay proposed for Jackson Health System workers

Hazard pay proposed for Jackson Health System workers

Jackson Health System employees working near confirmed or suspected Covid-19 cases may get a pay boost for risking their wellbeing if a county resolution passes. Commissioner Barbara Jordan’s item would…

Aspen Prize propels Miami Dade College to community honors

Aspen Prize propels Miami Dade College to community honors

Miami Dade College in 2019 was awarded the Aspen Prize for College Excellence, which recognizes high achievement and performance among state colleges, as well as the Lumina Foundation Education Innovation…

Plans for Metrorail line headed north may be going south

Plans for Metrorail line headed north may be going south

At least one prominent Miami-Dade official is having second thoughts about pursuing a northern Metrorail extension, citing figures from a new report that favor two cheaper, easier alternatives. County Commission…

Bids sought to raise Tamiami Trail, restore Everglades

Bids sought to raise Tamiami Trail, restore Everglades

A long-sought project to raise the Tamiami Trail as it crosses the Everglades between Miami-Dade and Florida’s West Coast moved ahead last week as Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the upcoming…

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