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What Has Really Happened To Miracle Mile?

There is no doubt that the vacancies on Miracle Mile have been an issue that has affected the downtown of Coral Gables for many years, but to blame the vacancies and lack of interest on the need for re-development is…

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Public Meeting At 5pm Today (11/30) On Zoning of Miracle Mile

CITY OF CORAL GABLES NOTICE OF SUNSHINE MEETING Please all take notice that in accordance with City of Coral Gables Code section 2-26 and chapter 286.011(8), there will be a virtual Sunshine Meeting, Monday, November 30, 2020, beginning at 5:00…

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CGNA: Halt Miracle Mile Decision Until New Commission Elected

The Coral Gables Neighbors Association wrote a memo to the city commission demanding answers to important questions about due process and asking that the commission defer any zoning changes affecting Miracle Mile and the Crafts Section to April 2021 when…

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Latest Coral Gables COVID-19 Numbers

Numbers provided by the Florida Department of Health – November 29, 2020. Cases: 4,017

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Gables Insider: From A List Of Friends And Family To Over 30,000 Subscribers

The Gables Insider story begins on a beautiful Coral Gables morning. After years of discussing the possibility of creating a publication that would focus on shedding light on what residents needed to know and disseminating information about things going on…

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CDC Recommendations For A Safe Thanksgiving

The Center For Disease Control has published the following information in order for everyone to safely enjoy Thanksgiving this year: More than 1 million COVID-19 cases were reported in the United States over the last 7 days. As cases continue…

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OPINION: Zoning Code Re-write Will Lead To End Of Coral Gables As A Suburb

By: Jackson Rip Holmes Zoning Code re-write will lead to end of Coral Gables as a suburb, unless we speak up before final vote December 8. THE NIGHTMARE IS UPON US. The City Commission will vote December 8 on the…

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Who Represents You? Disregard For Residents A Growing Concern

Every two years, residents in Coral Gables participate in our City’s municipal election and elect what most voters believe to be individuals who will represent the interests of City residents. Commissioners in the City of Coral Gables are elected to…

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New High Tech Fire Station and Trolley Depot Inaugurated

The City of Coral Gables has a new state-of-the art fire station located along US-1 and Riviera Drive along with a new trolley depot. The city held a grand opening ceremony on Friday, November 13th and had three former fire…

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City announces COVID-19 Small Business Grants

Last week the City of Coral Gables Economic Development department launched a small business recovery grant for small businesses within the city. In an email to registered businesses the city said: “All of our local businesses have been greatly impacted by…

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