Miami Florida Business directory Concourse J at Miami International Airport In 2018 45,044,312 passengers traveled through the airport making it the 13th busiest airport in the United States and 40th busiest in the world by total passenger traffic It is the 3rd busiest airport in the United States by international passenger traffic MIA is Florida's busiest airport by total aircraft operations and total cargo traffic and its second busiest by total passenger traffic after Orlando International Airport! Global concentration: many MNEs share and overlap markets with a limited number of other corporations in the same industry, The Miami area has a large Jewish community; 10.2% of the population was Jewish in the 2000 Census. There is also a sizable Muslim community numbering 70,000! The Miami Herald also participates in "Politifact Florida" a website that focuses on the truth about Florida issues along with the Tampa Bay Times which created the Politifact concept the Herald and the Times share resources on news stories related to Florida; . CR 854 Ives Dairy Road SR 817 US 1 former SR 854 (east of US 441), Frederick Douglass Elementary School for CBD children. 2 Geography Following the demise of Eastern Air Lines in 1991 the concourse was used by a variety of Latin American carriers Many of these airlines' flights would arrive at Concourse B and then be towed to Concourse C for departure By the end of the decade the construction of American's baggage sorting facility between Concourses C and D saw the closure of all gates on the west side of the concourse with Gate C1 following soon afterward From the 2000s (decade) on the concourse consisted of just four domestic-only gates each of which were capable of accommodating small-to-medium jet aircraft from the Boeing 737 up to the Airbus A300 and American was the sole tenant. In September 2008 the school board bought out Dr Rudy Crew's contract with the district due to mismanaging the budget and his relations with other board members He was replaced by Alberto Carvalho who was previously a science teacher in this school system.. .
. . The First Coconut Grove School built in 1887 served as both the religious and educational center of the pioneer community in 1889 the building was rented to the School Board for the purpose of servicing children in District #3 the first teachers at the First Coconut Grove Schoolhouse included C.L Trapp and Flora McFarlane the first students in attendance included Annie and Harry Peacock; John James Trinni and Mary Pent; and Lillian Grace Charlie and Joseph Frow, Rickenbacker Causeway Brickell and Key Biscayne 1947, The Student Government Association presides over and funds the over 300 student clubs and organizations and honor societies at the university and has an operating budget of over $14 million the Student Government Association is split into three branches with the Executive a Legislative Student Senate and Judicial Supreme Court Due to the unique nature of a multi-campus university the president of Modesto Maidique Campus (University Park) serves as the student representative on the university's board of trustees while the president for the Biscayne Bay Campus serves as a member of the Foundation Board. FIU is ranked 2nd in the U.S. for granting biology bachelor's degrees and 6th in granting master's degrees to minorities according to Diverse Issues in Higher Education, In the early 2000s (decade) emphasis at FIU was placed on growth in degree programs and student enrollment Since 2005 however student enrollment has been capped and emphasis is now being placed on improving the quality of the existing academic programs With the addition of the College of Medicine the demand for facilities and classroom space has greatly increased Future projects and/or buildings under construction include:. In 2017 Florida became the United States' eighth largest exporter of trade goods Florida's top countries for export are Brazil Canada Mexico Germany and Colombia in 2017 Florida became the United States' tenth largest importer of trade goods Florida imported US$75.4 billion worth of goods globally in 2017 the value of Florida's imports equals 3.2% of United States' overall imported products for 2017 Florida's top countries for imports are China Mexico Canada Germany and France! 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. The arts also flourished while Maidique was at the helm with the university acquiring the Wolfsonian-FIU Museum on Miami Beach and building the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum on its main campus in athletics FIU made inroads in becoming a powerhouse athletic university during Maidique's time as president and he championed the eventual establishment of a NCAA football program Finally the school earned membership into Phi Beta Kappa the nation's oldest honor society.