Miami To Discuss Clean Up Of Toxic Soil At Popular ParkJust how what to do with the toxic soil at Miami's Merrie Christmas Park will be the focus of a community meeting on Thursday at City Hall.
Facing South Florida: Commissioner Marc Sarnoff On Soccer Stadium PlansJim DeFede sat down with Miami Commissioner Marc Sarnoff to discuss legendary soccer player David Beckham's plan to build a news stadium by the water.
Brickell Residents Protest Tree Plantings Some residents of the Brickell area in Miami are outraged over how trees were just planted around the community.
Miami Mayor Withdraws Resolution On Ousting Ultra The fate of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami won't decided Thursday by the Miami commission. An item on the day's agenda was a resolution to ban Ultra from hosting any more concerts at Bayfront Park. Early Thursday afternoon, however, the resolution was withdrawn. Instead the commission was asked to discuss the future of Ultra in the city during their meeting on April 24th.
Miami City Officials Call For End To Ultra Music FestSunday is day three of one of the biggest electronic music events in the country. Some city officials, however, are calling for the end of the Ultra Music Festival in downtown Miami after a security guard was trampled Friday night.
Miami Police March To City Hall To Protest CutsAbout two dozen of Miami police union members gathered in Peacock Park in Coconut Grove Thursday morning then marched to City Hall where they held a protest during the city commission meeting.
Commission To Vote On Tequesta Site Preservation PlanA plan which would preserve and build at the site of a major prehistoric Native American village in Miami's downtown area will like get approval by the city's commission on Thursday.
Contaminated Parks Cleanup May End Up In The Millions A month after contaminated soil was found at a sixth Miami park, the bill for cleaning up the parks is looking to be in the millions.
Focus on South Florida: Contaminated SoilThe discovery of high levels of arsenic in soil in two Coconut Grove parks has forced officials to close one of them, as well as prompt the testing of soil in all Miami parks. We focus on the problem, what’s next and where we go from here.
More Than A Dozen New Miami Police Officers Sworn InMore than a dozen new Miami police officers will soon be hitting the streets. The 13 officers were sworn in Monday at the City of Miami Police College.
Toxic Soil Closes Second Miami ParkFor the second time this month, the City of Miami is forced to close a popular park after small sample tests find poisonous materials in the soil.