Former Miami affordable-housing developers to plead guilty to stealing millions

Two former top executives of the state's biggest affordable-housing development company plan to plead guilty on Sept. 22 to federal charges of conspiring with others to steal $36 million in government subsidies for low-income apartment projects in Miami-Dade County.

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Miami Museum of Science

The museum of Science and Natural History spread its welcome mat on September 25, 1960. Miamians stared open-mouthed and wide-eyed at exhibits like the 14-foot Kodiak bear; a giant globe in the lobby; Seminole and Tequesta Indians scenes; and a planetarium. The museum, originally conceived in 1949 by The Junior League of Miami, was housed in crowded headquarters on North Bayshore Dr., the museum moved to its current location on the Vizcaya grounds on South Miami Ave.

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