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Let county mayor regain his full salary, committee decides

After six years of taking half his set salary, Mayor Carlos Giménez asked Miami-Dade commissioners to look at his salary to determine a new amount and create a process to…

Contamination notice plan raises fears for homes’ market values

Miami-Dade’s Government Operations Committee on Tuesday deferred for a second time a vote on posting public contamination notices in residential neighborhoods to alert the community of potential risks, fearing it…

County may send 1% of its construction costs to housing

The Affordable Housing Trust is slated to receive a new source of funds if Miami-Dade commissioners vote to send 1% of eligible construction and leasing contract money to the trust…

Doral to begin running trolleys to FIU in June

Doral, which got $28,000 in federal funds in August 2016 from the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization to study a trolley route to Florida International University, is officially in the home…

FPL energy pact guarantees county a bonanza

Miami-Dade commissioners last week OK’d a $49.9 million deal with FPL to install energy-saving fixtures at county airports. The contract guarantees to save over $60 million. If not, FPL must…

On air ticket prices in emergencies, is the sky the limit?

With a week’s warning as a projected Category 5 Hurricane Irma bore down on Miami in September and lowland evacuations ordered, some airlines sent the price of tickets soaring –…

County commissioner seeks to brake the impact of trucks on roads

Problems caused by multi-axle vehicles on Miami-Dade’s roadways are back on county officials’ agenda after a study last year estimated 90,413 such vehicles were rolling here daily. Citing the wear…

Extra shopping time with Miami’s free parking for extra hour

The Miami Parking Authority once again gets in the holiday spirit with the return of its “Holiday Parking Courtesy Citation Program,” to give back to the community by helping customers…

Underline’s Brickell phase gets economic shot in the arm

Another piece has just fallen into place for the 10-mile-long Underline that is geared to transform county-owned land under the Metrorail from the Miami River to Dadeland: $5 million more…

Bomb detection plan for airport luggage approved

A new 60,000-square-foot building at Miami International Airport will accommodate a federally required electronic detection system to detect explosives in baggage for the airport’s south and central terminals. County commissioners…

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