Miami-Dade to Start Over on Airport Bids

Months after soliciting bids for dozens of new stores at Miami International Airport's proposed North and South Terminals, the Miami-Dade County Commission voted Thursday evening to reject the sole bidder's proposals and start all over again.

The last two are owned by the principals of Bijoux Terner and Sirgany Century, respectively. Those companies held long-standing management agreements for retail stores at MIA, dating back to 1990 and 1993, respectively. Sirgany had managed 14 newsstands and nine stores; Miami International Airport Pharmacy, owned by the principals of Bijoux Terner, had operated two sundry stores and nine $10 stores.

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