11th Judicial Circuit Judge Rules In Favor Of City On Automated License Plate Readers

Judge Charles K. Johnson of the 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida has rendered a ruling from the bench in Raul Mas Canosa v. City of Coral Gables et al in favor of the defendants, the City of Coral Gables, Florida…

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City’s Process For 40-Year Building Inspections Questionable

Following the collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside on June 24th, Gables Insider asked the City for its list of buildings completed prior to 1982. The response, was that the City does not have one. What we received…

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Coral Gables Fire & Police Continue Assisting In Surfside Rescue Efforts

As crews enter the fifth day of search and rescue efforts to find the 150 people still unaccounted for in the partial building collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, crews from around the world have made their…

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Coral Gables Fire Assists In Surfside Building Collapse

At 1:30AM on June 24th, the Champlain Tower South, located at 8777 Collins Avenue in Surfside, collapsed killing at least 4 and leaving 159 unaccounted for. The Coral Gables Fire Department responded to a Mutual Aid request for assistance to…

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Commission To Reconsider Renaming US1 Harriet Tubman Highway

At the Tuesday, May 25th, City Commission meeting, the Coral Gables Commission will once again take up a resolution to rename US1, also known as Dixie Highway, as Harriet Tubman Highway. The measure first came before the Commission at the…

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Opinion: Keep West Matheson Natural, Pristine

By: David Walsh Miami-Dade County’s Parks Department wants to turn a pristine, wild preserve into a developed park with a boardwalk carving through a tropical hardwood hammock. The development would cost taxpayers $5 million, and would put one of the…

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Leaders & Coffee: Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Candidate For Miami-Dade County Mayor

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