5 References Names, The day before committing suicide Teele had had another telephone conversation with DeFede who recorded this call without Teele's knowledge which was illegal under Florida law DeFede admitted to the Herald's management that he had taped the call Although the paper used quotes from the tape in its coverage DeFede was fired the next day for violating the paper's code of ethics and he was likely guilty of a felony, Areas with between 10,000 and 100,000 inhabitants 1 Overview Boca Raton 84,392 74,764 Palm Beach. . Migrants to the region who wanted to develop plantations first proposed draining the Everglades in 1848 but no work of this type was attempted until 1882 Canals were constructed throughout the first half of the 20th century and spurred the South Florida economy prompting land development in 1947 Congress formed the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Project which built 1,400 miles (2,300 km) of canals levees and water control devices the Miami metropolitan area grew substantially at this time and Everglades water was diverted to cities Portions of the Everglades were transformed into farmland where the primary crop was sugarcane Approximately 50 percent of the original Everglades has been developed as agricultural or urban areas, Downtown is South Florida's main hub for finance commerce and international business Brickell Avenue has the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. 6.4 Public transportation Black (non-Hispanic): 17.1% (6.9% (Black total 18.9% when including Black Hispanics) Florida is a major golf hub the PGA of America is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens the PGA Tour is headquartered in Ponte Vedra Beach and the LPGA is headquartered in Daytona Beach the Players Championship WGC-Cadillac Championship Arnold Palmer Invitational Honda Classic and Valspar Championship are PGA Tour rounds. Red tide has been an issue on the southwest coast of Florida as well as other areas While there has been a great deal of conjecture over the cause of the toxic algae bloom there is no evidence that it is being caused by pollution or that there has been an increase in the duration or frequency of red tides Red tide is now killing off wildlife or Tropical fish and coral reefs putting all in danger, Julia Tuttle the founder of Miami Keiser University (private) After the 2010 Haiti earthquake the district leadership anticipated that there would be thousands of survivors arriving that most students arriving would be poor and that most high school-aged students would be going to Miami Edison High School the district planned to establish housing for refugees at a Baptist hospital in Homestead by January 2011 there were 1,403 survivors from that earthquake enrolled at MCDPS which was below the predicted number and most of them were in the middle and upper classes the hospital was never needed the largest number of high school-aged students 88 enrolled at North Miami High School 51 enrolled at Felix Varela High School and only six enrolled at Miami Edison MDCPS had the highest number of 2010 Haiti earthquake survivors of any U.S school district; See also: Miami Drug War, Contents Miami Florida Business directory, 1 History Downtown has over 6,000 hotel rooms in numerous hotels Downtown has Miami's largest concentration of hotel rooms and is the city's hub for business travellers Many of these hotels are geared for business travellers mostly along Brickell Avenue some for luxury leisure stays and others as bargain tourist hotels Some of Downtown's largest hotels are:.
Besides Flagler Street Downtown has two other major shopping areas Bayside Marketplace and Mary Brickell Village in Brickell Bayside Marketplace was built in 1987 and is one of Miami's most visited tourist attractions averaging over 15 million visitors a year it is an outdoor shopping mall overlooking Biscayne Bay at Bayfront Park Bayside Marketplace has many national retail chains as well as local Miami stores Mary Brickell Village is on Miami Avenue and SE 10th Street in Brickell Mary Brickell Village is a major nightlife area and has many of Miami's upscale bars and restaurants that stretch along Miami Avenue from around SE 6th Street to Broadway (SE 15th Road). In a tropical hardwood hammock trees are very dense and diverse, History FIU's campus has been the set for many films television shows and music videos One of the earliest television shows to have filmed at FIU was Miami Vice in 1985 in the episode "The Fix" the FIU Arena was used as one of the scenes the TV show Burn Notice has also filmed various episodes at FIU with scenes at the College of Business Buildings and the Diaz-Balart College of Law Building in 2007 Chris Brown filmed the music video for his song "Kiss Kiss" at FIU with scenes near the Frost Art Museum and around the Graham Center Various telenovelas for Telemundo and Univision have filmed television episodes at FIU as well in 2007 Telemundo's Pecados Ajenos was filmed in the Graham Center, Per capita GDP in 2017 was $39,842 ranking fortieth in the nation Per capita income varies widely by geographic region and profession North Florida and the rural counties of the Florida Panhandle are the most impoverished in the state Florida has a poverty rate of 14.0% the seventeenth lowest of any state in the country Many coastal cities include some of the wealthiest per-capita areas in the United States. .
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