Genting, the Malaysian company who purchased the Miami Herald building with grandiose plans to make the world's largest casino, scaled back on their goals when their original proposal was met with resistance. But is gambling out of the picture entirely?
[Air Date: 12/07/2012]
Historic preservationists this week asked the City of Miami to declare The Miami Herald building a historic landmark, which would prevent the Genting Group from demolishing the 49-year-old building to make way for new development.
Do you think the Miami Herald building should be recognized as a historic landmark?
In the ongoing discussion regarding casino gambling, we invited former Congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart who is representing one of the companies hoping to get a gambling license in Miami-Dade County, Genting.
[Air Date: 11/04/2011]
Businessman Norman Braman joins us on the program to share his concerns on the quality-of-life issues surrounding increased gambling now that legislators are working on a bill to allow resort casinos throughout South Florida.
[Air Date: 10/28/11]
The Malaysian company Genting Group recently bought the waterfront Miami Herald building and surrounding area in an effort to build a sprawling resort complete with casino gaming. Should South Florida be open to more gambling?
[Air Date: 10/21/2011]
Frank Nero, president of the Beacon Council, joins us on the program to discuss his thoughts on gaming in Miami-Dade County and why he is calling for an independent study of casino gaming expansion to aid lawmakers in casting their votes.
[Air Date: 10/14/2011]