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  • Opa-Locka was draining customers' deposits

    The city of Opa-locka spent nearly $1.7 million in deposits belonging to water customers. Among those denied their money: Luis Perez, who also says the assistant public works director threatened to have him jailed.

The city of Opa-locka spent nearly $1.7 million in deposits belonging to water customers. Among those denied their money: Luis Perez, who also says the assistant public works director threatened to have him jailed. Jay Weaver Miami Herald
The city of Opa-locka spent nearly $1.7 million in deposits belonging to water customers. Among those denied their money: Luis Perez, who also says the assistant public works director threatened to have him jailed. Jay Weaver Miami Herald

City raided customer deposits — $1.7 million belonging to residents, businesses

October 07, 2016 5:43 PM