Delivering food to the elderly (pictured here from a Meals on Wheels program), after-school programs for children, development-disability counselors: Miami-Dade commissioners face the unwelcome prospect of picking winners and losers from a $14 million charity budget.
Delivering food to the elderly (pictured here from a Meals on Wheels program), after-school programs for children, development-disability counselors: Miami-Dade commissioners face the unwelcome prospect of picking winners and losers from a $14 million charity budget. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Delivering food to the elderly (pictured here from a Meals on Wheels program), after-school programs for children, development-disability counselors: Miami-Dade commissioners face the unwelcome prospect of picking winners and losers from a $14 million charity budget. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

The diciest cut? Miami-Dade wants major reworking of charity money, picking winners and losers

March 20, 2017 08:09 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 08:42 PM

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