Miami-Dade County will spend $74 million to redevelop the area now occupied by Liberty Square. Some say such plans help account for a narrowing of the income gap in Miami by moving poor people out.
Miami-Dade County will spend $74 million to redevelop the area now occupied by Liberty Square. Some say such plans help account for a narrowing of the income gap in Miami by moving poor people out. Walter Michot Miami Herald
Miami-Dade County will spend $74 million to redevelop the area now occupied by Liberty Square. Some say such plans help account for a narrowing of the income gap in Miami by moving poor people out. Walter Michot Miami Herald

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