A new study from the Downtown Development Authority is the first sign that the downtown real estate market will slow down. But that could actually be a good thing for the market. And no one is predicting a crash.
The House sponsor calls the bill a “contraction” of gaming by reducing the number of active gaming permits, but opponents say it would open the door to an historic amount of gaming throughout the state.
In 2002, Miami-Dade leaders promised to end Metromover fares if voters agreed to a sales-tax hike for transit projects. Most of the projects are still on the drawing board, but the free rail service endures.
Ruling that the actions of the Convening Authority and his staff amounted to an attempt to exert “unlawful command influence,” the judge ordered Monday that the Pentagon replace the retired general and four lawyers on his staff.