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REQUISED LINCOLN ROAD: Miami Beach commissioners are due to discuss a resolution this week that would reduce the cost and scope of the Lincoln Road Master Plan. Although the original plan was to cost about $ 77 million, city administrators are advising to limit the project to $ 52.4 million and remove intrusive and expensive elements such as sidewalk renovations. The initial discussion on that point was scheduled for December.
RATE OBSERVATION MEALS: Since the beginning of November, the Bayside Marketplace observation point offers a view of downtown Miami, and daily visitors are growing by the thousands Charlene Leavitt Skyviews Miami, an attractive point management company. “During the Christmas week, we had up to 3,000 visitors a day. We are very grateful for how the local population comes out and provides support, “she said. Next on the agenda is the signing of a contract with Bayside’s Landshark Bar & Grill to provide a catering service for drivers with the hope of launching it in about a month, Ms. Leavitt said.
UPGRADE SAN FRANCISCO? Miami will purchase additional carts for the city system with a grant of $ 354,000 from the Florida Department of Transportation and appropriate funds to extract a portion of the city’s share of the transit surtax. Air-conditioned carts are free and run from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. at most locations, although the city has expanded its match schedule for the Miami Heat, Art Basel, and other special events in the past. Notable stops along the route include Mary Brickell Village, Brickell Key, Coconut Grove, AmericanAirlines Arena, PortMiami, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Marlins Stadium, Vizcaya and Miracle Mile.
TAXES ON KOVID AND PROPERTY: Miami-Dade property appraiser Pedro Garcia urges homeowners to review the information on household exemptions and automatic renewal bills he recently sent “to ensure they receive all the benefits they deserve,” a note from his office said. Under Florida law, property owners must also notify him if they no longer qualify for certain exemptions. Deadline for property owners to update their information online or by sending it to the property valuation office at 111 NW First St., Ste. 710, Miami 33128 is March 1st. “I want everyone who qualifies for the exemption to apply today on our website or in person, especially if they have recently purchased a new home,” Mr Garcia said in a statement, adding that this is especially important for those financially affected by the Covid pandemic. -19 … “