Richard Yager

MAC3 loses two members; MAC1 panel studies budgets

The West Kendall Municipal Advisory Committee studying an area south of Kendall Drive (MAC3) has postponed meetings until two new members can be appointed by Miami-Dade Commissioner Juan C. Zapata. Humberto Ortega and Herman Irizarry have resigned from the fivemember MAC3, leaving the board with only three members, one short ...

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Zoning changes next step for Kendall SEED School

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One of the last legal hurdles before locating a new SEED School in Kendall for Miami-Dade County youth is scheduled for county commission action after a 9:30 a.m. public hearing, June 18, at the Stephen P. Clark Center in downtown Miami. Zoning approvals are expected to permit construction of a ...

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Taking the fear out of childhood fevers

Taking the fear out of childhood fevers

When should a parent rush his child to a pediatrician’s office or a hospital emergency room? It’s a question that worries a father or mother, every time symptoms indicate sudden illness. “Of all symptoms of illness, fever is what alarms parents the most because many believe a fever will result ...

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New ‘Ludlam Corridor’ plan permits some development

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A “Green Trail” permitting six- or 12- story development at major street intersections has been proposed by Miami-Dade County planners for the 100-foot-wide “Ludlam Corridor.” The design creates a continuing bike/pedestrian pathway on the abandoned Florida East Coast Railroad right-of-way from near the Dadeland North Metrorail Station to the southern ...

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