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The Miami International Boat Show is to be staged at Miami Marine Stadium Park and basin for the first time, and the annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival unfolds the same weekend. Getting a handle on how to deal with added traffic to the city's already congested roadways is a challenge. Comment?
Miami administrators are working on a request for proposals to attract an operator to handle a restored and reopened Miami Marine Stadium. Meanwhile, plans are moving ahead to breathe new life into the iconic concrete waterfront stadium on Virginia Key, idled and deteriorating since Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Comment?
Miami city commissioners, fed up with ever-growing traffic congestion, are ready to consider the area's vast waterways for new modes of transportation. Commissioners voted to urge the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization to study the feasibility of using waterways to transport people throughout the county and review legislation needed to get water transportation flowing. Comment?
By securing the Miami International Boat Show for the City of Miami for 2016, city commissioners have ensured an infusion of money and jobs into the local economy. That's part of the assessment made by city officials who worked to negotiate the boat show anchoring on city property for next year's event, and perhaps for many years thereafter. Comment?
Give credit where it's due: Miami's commission was on target when it sidetracked a revival of Miami Marine Stadium. The deal came out of the blue, changed too fast and had far too many questionable loose ends. Comment?
Key Biscayne's new mayor is willing to support the renovation of iconic Miami Marine Stadium but she's worried about the venture bringing major new development to Virginia Key and clogging the village's one and only access. Mayra Pena Lindsay commented on the fate of the old concrete stadium Nov. 20, as Miami city commissioners debated a new $121 million redevelopment plan. Comment?
Luxury housing, defined by most Miami brokers as $2 million and over, is in a category of its own with specific features and audience. It's a strong market with buyers coming from diverse locations including New England, California, Brazil, Saudi Arabia and South America, according to Jill Eber, broker and associate who teams with Jill Hertzberg for The Jills of Coldwell Banker. Comment?
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