The site of a closed landfill on Virginia Key is at the center of this aerial view taken in 2011. The Miami-Dade sewage-treatment plant is at upper right. The green section at the upper left is a state nature preserve.
The site of a closed landfill on Virginia Key is at the center of this aerial view taken in 2011. The Miami-Dade sewage-treatment plant is at upper right. The green section at the upper left is a state nature preserve. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
The site of a closed landfill on Virginia Key is at the center of this aerial view taken in 2011. The Miami-Dade sewage-treatment plant is at upper right. The green section at the upper left is a state nature preserve. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

Say bye to Virginia Key’s toxic old landfill, and hi to Miami’s biggest park

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