Miami Florida Business directory Until the early 1990s the runways parking ramp and other features of Tamiami Airport were still visible on campus and clearly discernible in aerial photos Construction has removed all of these features and only the University Tower remains as a memory of the university's past University Park is a lush heavily vegetated campus with many lakes and a 15-acre nature preserve as well as a palm arboretum and has over 90 buildings as of late 2009 current construction at University Park includes the Nursing and Health Sciences Building the School of International and Public Affairs Building and a fifth parking garage, See also: Florida locations by per capita income Florida statistical areas List of power stations in Florida List of metropolitan areas of Florida List of municipalities in Florida and List of urbanized areas in Florida (by population)! . . . Economic forces: economics explains country differences in costs currency values and market size, 2000 2,253,362 16.3% Vizcaya Museum and Gardens Miami, 12 Sports 2.1.2 Top imports and exports in the world Amtrak Silver Service to New York City. Miami is home to some of the nation's best high schools such as Design and Architecture High School ranked the nation's best magnet school MAST Academy Coral Reef High School ranked 20th-best public high school in the U.S. Miami Palmetto High School and the New World School of the Arts M-DCPS is also one of a few public school districts in the United States to offer optional bilingual education in Spanish French German Haitian Creole and Mandarin Chinese.
Miami Florida Business directory Map of the five major ocean gyres 4.1.1 Elections of 2000 to present. 1890 391,422 45.2% Airports Biscayne Park Segregation of Miami-Dade beaches finally ended in the early 1960s with another protest led by the late Rev Theodore Gibson Garth C Reeves the late Oscar Range[clarification needed] and others Crandon Park and Virginia Key Beach would no longer be used exclusively by one race or another but open for all to enjoy When beaches closer to historically Black residential neighborhoods desegregated Virginia Key Beach gradually declined both in use and upkeep By the 1980s picnicking families mingled with gay couples and nudists using Virginia Key Beach too in 1982 the County transferred the former colored-only park to the City of Miami with a deed restriction that it only be used as a park and that the City continued the level of services and maintenance the City closed the Park shortly thereafter citing high maintenance costs, 3.1 Mid-Atlantic Ridge Everglades restoration received $96 million of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 As a result of the stimulus package a mile-long (1.6 km) bridge to replace the Tamiami Trail a road that borders Everglades National Park to the north and has blocked water from reaching the southern Everglades was begun by the Army Corps of Engineers in December 2009 the next month work began to reconstruct the C-111 canal east of the park that historically diverted water into Florida Bay Governor Charlie Crist announced the same month that $50 million of state funds would be earmarked for Everglades restoration in May 2010 5.5 miles (8.9 km) of bridges were proposed to be added to the Tamiami Trail. . ! 1970 1,267,792 35.6% Metromover: This section needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. The Everglades Agricultural Area is a major center for agriculture the environmental impact of agriculture especially water pollution is a major issue in Florida today; Financial risk CR 854 Ives Dairy Road SR 817 US 1 former SR 854 (east of US 441), 4.1 Importance of language and cultural studies.