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Irresponsible bid handling by Miami-Dade governments is costing businesses and taxpayers hundreds of millions.

Bidders incur high costs. Every time government changes its mind and starts over, bid expenses become losses.

The more that happens, the more bidders raise prices to compensate – and the more taxpayers pay.

And governments are changing their minds more frequently.

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With only a few weeks of construction to go, the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is preparing to open its new $45 million Adam Rose and Peter McQuillan Arts Center. After nearly 20 months of construction, the arts center is to open in April and usher in a new era of exhibits at the gardens – an indoor one.

The 3,000-square-foot complex will house an art gallery and set the stage for different genres of music shows, from gospel to chamber music to jazz.

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Years ago, Miami-Dade County officials set aside $20 million in bond money to one day revive the historic Coconut Grove Playhouse.

That day has finally arrived, thanks to the combined efforts of Miami-Dade County, the City of Miami and Florida International University.

Last week, county officials announced they’d met a Jan. 15 deadline to clear up old debts and encumbrances, requirements set forth by the state before the county and university could sign a long-term lease of the aging theater. The theater is state property.

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A team of South Florida real estate professionals will head to the city of light at the end of the month to showcase some of the region’s new projects to potential Parisian clientele.

For the trip, MC2 Realty partnered with the recently formed Fédération des Professionnels de L’Immobilier de Miami (FPIM) and those behind some of South Florida’s new residential real estate projects, said Marie-Charlotte Piro, vice president of MC2 Realty and founder and president of the federation.

Real estate agents and FPIM partners – including attorneys and bankers – will make the journey to Paris, she said.

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If you harbor even a sliver of doubt about how promises Genting made in seeking a Miami mega-casino would play out, its pleas in federal court last week tell you all you need to know.

Genting pitched its casino as an economic engine: 30,000 jobs at what it called good wages and conditions – Genting told us workers would toil in air conditioning and wear uniforms, and all they’d need was a high school diploma.

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For a man who’s been around the world, with his family in tow nonetheless, Germany’s Consul General Juergen Borsch has a remarkable energy.

For other consuls, you might console yourself with the knowledge that he’s still in his first year at his Miami post. After Warsaw, Damascus, Bonn and Berlin to name just a few previous landing spots, Mr. Borsch has found a new home on Biscayne Boulevard for his four-year gig as Deutschland’s consul.

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If it’s hard for students to return to school after winter break, it may be even more difficult for a college provost. Rolando Montoya, provost of Miami Dade College, doesn’t have just a couple classes to worry about – he has an entire school.

And his school has multiple campuses.

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The winter and spring seasons in South Florida bring more than just cooler weather: they also usher in a variety of events ranging from musical theater to international boat shows.

With the holiday season finally coming to a close and Miami regaining some level of normality, what a better way to kick off the year than with a few culturally stimulating events. With so many to choose from, deciding on what to fill your already crowded schedule with can become a task of its own.

Here are some noteworthy happenings that the season has to offer:

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Midtown, Coral Gables and Edgewater residential property executives are reporting strong occupancy and rental rates.

“Since we bought our inventory in Midtown we’ve seen rents go from, on average … $1.80 range to go up to $2.25 a foot in a two-year period,” said Sam Beznos, principal at Beztak Companies.

Part of that has to do with the rental market, the appeal of the area and the improving economy, he said.

“If we had more units available to rent, we could rent them,” Mr. Beznos said.

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Our Etiquette Department has received many requests (all from one person) to explain the mysterious term “RSVP.”

Our serial requester makes that plea every time we go to one of those gatherings where you get a name tag. No matter how late we arrive, the table is still deep in tags. But when we go inside, a large contingent wears hand-lettered badges, the scarlet letter of the unexpected and the uninvited.

“Don’t people know what RSVP means?” she asks Mr. Manners.

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