Flagstone Island Gardens wants a Miami-Dade judge to force the city of Miami to extend a temporary certificate of occupancy allowing the developer to run its marina on Watson Island, seen here.
Flagstone Island Gardens wants a Miami-Dade judge to force the city of Miami to extend a temporary certificate of occupancy allowing the developer to run its marina on Watson Island, seen here. Emily Michot
Flagstone Island Gardens wants a Miami-Dade judge to force the city of Miami to extend a temporary certificate of occupancy allowing the developer to run its marina on Watson Island, seen here. Emily Michot

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June 19, 2017 07:00 AM

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