Miami Commissioner Ken Russell wants to renegotiate the Global Agreement in order to end an annual $2 million obligation owed by an anti-blight agency to a waterfront park.
Miami Commissioner Ken Russell wants to renegotiate the Global Agreement in order to end an annual $2 million obligation owed by an anti-blight agency to a waterfront park. Miami Herald staff
Miami Commissioner Ken Russell wants to renegotiate the Global Agreement in order to end an annual $2 million obligation owed by an anti-blight agency to a waterfront park. Miami Herald staff

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