Angelina Rodriguez, president of Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, addresses Miami-Dade commissioners before they rejected recommendations for awarding $14 million in charity grants. Rodriguez’s organization was recommended for increased funding but as a result of the commission vote, will get its current grant amount.
Angelina Rodriguez, president of Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, addresses Miami-Dade commissioners before they rejected recommendations for awarding $14 million in charity grants. Rodriguez’s organization was recommended for increased funding but as a result of the commission vote, will get its current grant amount. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
Angelina Rodriguez, president of Spinal Cord Living-Assistance Development, addresses Miami-Dade commissioners before they rejected recommendations for awarding $14 million in charity grants. Rodriguez’s organization was recommended for increased funding but as a result of the commission vote, will get its current grant amount. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

Miami-Dade once again scraps plan to let charities compete for $14 million

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