Miami Commission Passes $560 Million BudgetThe City of Miami's budget battle has come to an end. By a vote of four to one commissioners have approved a $560 million spending plan.
Miami Commission Approves Budget Proposal Working into the wee hours of Wednesday morning, the Miami city commissioners approved a proposed $558 million budget.
Miami-Dade Commissioners Hold First Public Hearing For BudgetMiami-Dade County commissioners will hold the first of two public budget meetings on Tuesday.
Miami Budget Approved, Officials May Still Declare "Financial Urgency"Once again the City of Miami is considering declaring a ‘financial urgency’ as it looks to the budget for the next year.
Miami Commission Signs Off On New BudgetAfter more than ten hours of debate and going over a proposed budget line by line, Miami commissioners approved a $479 million spending plan for next year just after 3:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Miami Commissioners Meeting Late To Finalize $472 Million BudgetThe city of Miami faces a $62 million budget gap and commissioners spent Tuesday night going line by line to pass a $472 million budget overnight.
Miami Police Union Fighting Budget CutsThe Miami City Commission was scheduled to hold a special meeting to decide the fate of the police union contract as the city closes a $62 million budget hole, but there was a development Monday afternoon that changed plans.
Miami's Budget Stalls Over Police Union ContractThe city of Miami must close a $62 million deficit in the 2012 budget. The first of two public hearings is set for Thursday night and city leaders hope agreements reached with three of four unions may help bring the city closer to a balanced budget.
Miami's Ultimatum To Unions: Face Cuts Or Negotiate ContractsThe budget battle is heating up for the City of Miami, and the city has an ultimatum for its unions: renegotiate contracts or face big cuts.
Miami Declares Financial Urgency; Will Look To Unions For CutsMiami City Manager Johnny Martinez declared a financial urgency late Monday afternoon. Martinez’s declaration is a sign that he wants to renegotiate the union contracts with the police and fire fighters.
Miami Mayor Seeks To Furlough Workers For Nearly 22 DaysMiami Mayor Tomas Regalado unveiled his 2012 budget that has to fill a $54 million deficit. In order to fill the hole, Regalado proposed to furlough the city’s work force for more than a month, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Commission Approves Martinez As New Miami City ManagerThe City of Miami officially has a new City Manager. Thursday, the City of Miami commission voted to approve Johnny Martinez’ appointment to the position, left vacant by Monday’s resignation of Tony Crapp Jr.