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Miami on road to regulating growing diet of food trucks

As food trucks gain popularity, Miami is considering regulations designed to ensure the health, safety and welfare of food truck operators and their patrons. On Sept. 13, the city commission…

Wynwood cameras may test the moods of pedestrians

The Wynwood Business Improvement District plans 65 cameras around its 50 blocks next year, maybe with technology to analyze and broadcast all that happens – including how happy people feel.…

To fill budget gap, Beach seeking bunch of higher fees

Miami Beach is trying to raise residential sanitation fees and fees for sidewalk cafes in an attempt to fill a $2.5 million budget deficit. The first ordinance to pass at…

South Florida prices rising faster than US average

South Florida consumer prices continue to rise faster than those for the nation as a whole, though in the past two months the gap has narrowed slightly. As of the…

Miami OKs $5 double-deck trolley route to Miami Beach

Public transportation options are set to grow with the City of Miami’s approval of a new trolley service between downtown Miami and Miami Beach. The Miami City Commission last week…

Miami puts Marine Stadium flex park in spotlight

The City of Miami is hosting a community meeting to discuss the design of Marine Stadium Flex Park from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20, at the Miami Rowing…

Miami to sell bonds to pay for burying FPL power lines

The City of Miami is prepared to sell up to $27 million worth of special obligation bonds to pay for the city’s share of a Florida Power & Light (FPL)…

Three big feature productions to film in Miami

Three varied feature films may soon start work in Miami-Dade, provided commissioners OK a $100,000 incentive apiece. “The Row II: A New Chapter,” would be produced over 40 days with…

New Amazon workers get beach towels and training

The Amazon fulfillment center in Opa-locka is officially open for business. Sept. 2 was the first day of operations, complete with “a morning of learning and fun activities” after new…

Motorized scooter tryout targets Brickell, Grove, downtown

Earlier this year, City of Miami officials moved quickly to boot out companies offering motorized scooters for shared use. Seemingly overnight the scooters began cropping up throughout the city, and…

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