Residents of one of South Florida’s most dangerous housing projects are speaking out about the proposal to tear down their homes to build a new housing complex in their place. Miami’s new police chief is throwing his weight behind the project.
The show must go on according to Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, who said the county will not cancel the upcoming concert of the controversial Cuban musical group Buena Fe.
Six point two billion dollars is a lot of money and Miami-Dade residents have a lot of questions about how it will be spent in the upcoming fiscal year.
Jim welcomes a member of the Friends of the Library board and a library operations supervisor to discuss the impact of proposed Miami-Dade County budget cuts. Mayor Gimenez wants to increase the library millage while cutting fire and countywide millage rates, in effect taking from the county and fire to give to the libraries. They will discuss why the library group opposes this plan.
Professional soccer in Miami seemed a certain goal just a few months ago when one of the world’s top athletes, David Beckham, brought his hopes to the Magic City. But Beckham, not known for losing, is now reeling from two major losses.
– There is a new car service in town which allows you to get a car using an app but their lack of proper permits in South Florida may be a road block for the company.
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross confirmed Tuesday that he is indeed willing to foot the bill to renovate Sun Life Stadium if he’s given property tax relief in exchange.
How much is hosting a Super Bowl worth? Apparently to Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross it’s up to $400 million! But there’s a catch.
With a warning from Mayor Carlos Gimenez that it would “throw our budget into disarray,” Miami-Dade Commissioners Tuesday overrode his veto of their earlier vote to re-instate five percent pay cuts that had been imposed on county employees.
It appears that international soccer superstar David Beckham is ready to bring Major League Soccer to South Florida.