Demand vote on Watson Island

 

Re the July 14 article It’s Miami vs. Miami Beach in heated tussle over massive Watson Island plan: The Perez plan for Watson Island is quite different from that approved by voters many years ago. The times and attitude are different, too. This new proposal must go back to the voters. I hope the people of Miami speak up and demand a vote.

Dolly MacIntyre, Coral Gables

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