We looked inside some of the tweets by @MiamiRiverGW and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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Happy to lend a hand to this group effort! "Mr. Stiers said the #greenway is a critical piece of a proposed county bike network to be called the #MiamiLoop, connecting public walkways/bike paths county-wide" @FrancisSuarez @frankieruiz @MiamiRiverGW @theunderlinemia @Ludlam_Trail
Encouraging the folks behind the new Double-Decker @MyFDOT_Miami @MDXway highway project to include the Miami River Greenway in design + construction plans. @MyFDOT #miamiloop @MiamiBikeLawyer thank you for taking the lead 👏 @CityofMiami @downtownMIA
Our Blue Shirts honored and cleaned the historic Miami Circle today
4 riverfront towers of 58 to 60 stories likely on Miami River
River mega-yacht marina slip sales begin - Miami Today -
“We will tie this into the rebirth of the Miami River and giving it a more festive ambiance."
New owner of Bertram Yacht property in Miami discusses plans:
TOMORROW: Join HandsOn Miami beautifying "The Little Garden in Little Havana" along the #MiamiRiverGreenway.
City of Miami looking to unload riverside headquarters. by @NewsbySmiley
ICYMI: "I'm not sure that the city politicians have the pants to do what needs to be done." http://m.dailybusinessreview.com/module/alm/app/dbr.do#!/article/1749382237 …
A beautiful shot of the Miami River! Photo Credit: http://www.goldenduskphotography.com/downtownmiami/miamiriverreflection …
RT @MiamiHerald Kobi Karp: a master of Miami’s evolving design scene, (including the 4-tower "Miami Riverwalk").
ICYMI: This is an important piece of land along a critical zone of the #MiamiRiverGreenway.
Breaking Ground: Developer pays $33M for Miami River site, 1,426 units planned http://www.bizjournals.com/southflorida/print-edition/2014/05/02/breaking-ground-developer-pays-33m-for-miami-river.html?ana=twt … via @SFBJNews
86-year-old drawbridge over the Miami River is due for a redo.