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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 Mayor Carlos Giménez, who reported Oct.…

New airport use agreement puts American Airlines first

New airport use agreement puts American Airlines first

American Airlines went to the front of the line at up to 61 gates as Miami-Dade commissioners approved a 15-year agreement granting high-volume airlines priority use of concourse gates and…

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

County OKs funding most of study for dredging to add PortMiami capabilities

Miami-Dade commissioners have approved paying both the remainder of the county’s investment in a $3 million feasibility study of improvements to PortMiami as well as the portion the US Army…

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

County gurus prepare for inevitable automated vehicles

Automated vehicles – self-driving and self-parking cars, trucks, air and watercraft – are no longer things of science fiction. The technology is here, albeit primitively and in limited number, and…

$4 billion American Dream mall rolls along road to OK

$4 billion American Dream mall rolls along road to OK

The $4 billion American Dream Miami mall mega-project is one step closer to fruition. The vast mall and entertainment complex planned for Northwest Miami-Dade has been approved by the reviewing…

Mixed-use complex ‘Magic City Innovation District’ with 2 million square feet of offices advances in Little Haiti

Mixed-use complex ‘Magic City Innovation District’ with 2 million square feet of offices advances in Little Haiti

A sweeping mixed-use plan to bring jobs and investment to Little Haiti has just advanced twice on its way to Miami city commissioners. Magic City Innovation District is planned for…

Coral Gables clears way for developments in its ‘long neglected’ North Gables

Coral Gables clears way for developments in its ‘long neglected’ North Gables

“Long neglected” north Coral Gables could be seeing new development in coming years. At their July meeting, city commissioners unanimously passed three ordinances on first hearing to amend the city’s…

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

School, county officials voice support for soccer complex

The plan to redevelop Melreese Golf Course into a billion-dollar mixed-use office tech hub anchored by a soccer stadium is supported by county and school board representatives for the promise…

Teaching gap narrows as Florida certifies more instructors

Teaching gap narrows as Florida certifies more instructors

The teaching gap is narrowing as Floridais issuing more teaching certificates and the number of active professionals is increasing. Instructors are also finding better workplace options, with “D” and “F”…

County cuts a bit off $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

County cuts a bit off  $2.6 billion Marlins Stadiums bonds

Up to $80 million in sports-related revenue refund bonds have been approved for issuance, a move that will save Miami-Dade County about $7.6 million through October 2039, according to Deputy…

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