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South Florida Avenue: Planners Back Three Lanes and Wide Sidewalks

City and state transportation planners have coalesced around a vision for the future of South Florida Avenue that includes two 10.5-foot travel lanes and an 11-foot center strip of turn lanes with some medians. Twelve-foot-wide landscaped sidewalks shared by pedestrians and bicyclists would replace the current narrow walkways and temporary concrete barriers on both sides…

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Big Changes During MDEAT November Meeting

During the Miami-Dade Economic Advocacy Trust’s (MDEAT) November meeting, trustees approved an action item to double the home-buying subsidy to $28,500 for qualified borrowers. The agency ensures Black residents participate in the county’s economic growth by making the homebuying experience more affordable. The agency is governed by a board of trustees appointed by the Miami-Dade…

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Local Affiliate Leads National Hurricane Response

A Tampa Bay nonprofit dedicated to repairing homes, revitalizing communities and rebuilding lives was recently selected by its national office to spearhead Hurricane Ian relief efforts throughout Florida. Headquartered in Tampa and with an office in St. Petersburg, Rebuilding Together Tampa Bay (RTTB) provides home rehabilitation and modification services at no cost to low-income families.…

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Museum Of Contemporary Art, North Miami Offers Public Programming Throughout December

Through the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami (MOCA)’s continued efforts to include diverse voices and perspectives, the museum is offering a robust series of educational and public programming throughout the month of December. MOCA is also proud to announce its Miami Art Week exhibitions: “Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè,” Leah Gordon’s “Kanaval,”…

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