Developing: Residents Of Building On Coral Way Given 72 Hours To Vacate Building, Due To Structural Concerns

On Friday, July 23rd, just 29 days after the tragic building collapse of the Champlain Tower South in Surfside that claimed the lives of 98 people, the City of Coral Gables gave residents 72 hours to vacate 730 Coral Way….

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Street Parking: City Taking From Residents, To Help Developers And Friends, Without Notification Or Input From Residents

Parking in Coral Gables has long been a concern for many. The lack of parking in downtown leads many residents to avoid the area and frequent stores and restaurants outside of Coral Gables. However, the City’s parking woes are not…

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Blue Ribbon Committee On Mediterranean Bonuses Set For First Meeting Thursday (7/22)

The Blue Ribbon Committee on the City of Coral Gables’ Mediterranean Bonuses is set to hold its first meeting on Thursday, July 22nd at 4:00PM. Created by the Commission at the July 13th Commission meeting as proposed by Commissioner Rhonda…

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Another Coral Gables Tax Payer Funded Artist Becomes Political

Last week, the City Commission decided against using tax payer dollars to fund artists Sandra Ramos and Cai Guo-Qiang, who are affiliated with the Cuban and Chinese regimes, respectively. The next day, the artists behind another City/tax payer funded project…

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Leaders & Coffee: Cesar Melgoza, Founder & CEO of MOXY

On this episode of Gables Insider’s Leaders & Coffee, we sit down with the founder & CEO of MOXY, Cesar Melgoza, to discuss the role MOXY is playing in the community and what they offer. Learn more about MOXY by…

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Coral Gables Museum Wins 2021 AIA People’s Choice Award

The CoraI Gables Museum has been selected as the winning recipient of the American Institute of Architects of Florida ‘2021 Peoples Choice Competition, it was announced today This particular award focuses on adaptive reuse – buildings that have been reimagined…

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Smiles On The Mile: A Night Of Stand-Up Comedy At Miracle Theatre

Looking for some comic relief in your week? Miracle Theatre is the place to be! “Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for comedians Flip Schultz, Adam Richmond and Chad Ridgely as The Miracle Theatre transforms into a comedy club…

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Carver PTA Takes Home Florida PTA Advocacy Award

The George Washington Carver Elementary School PTA received its second advocacy award this past week, this time from the Florida PTA for their work with the community to address the controversial construction of a Wawa gas station across the street…

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Four Canes Enter Transfer Portal

Break out the life rafts, the good ship Lollipop is sinking and taking down with it 4 of our mighty muscles who decided to look towards greener pastures. Alex Toral, Raymond Gil, Gabe Rivera, and Jordan Lala decided to enter…

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Temporary Moratorium Placed On New Development; Blue Ribbon Committee Created

A measure that was first suggested by a resident at the development workshop and followed up by a resident petition has now unanimously been approved by the Commission. At the July 13th City Commission meeting, the Commission approved a moratorium…

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