An aerial view of the city of Miami’s aging marinas on Virginia Key. The Rusty Pelican restaurant, seen at bottom left, is not part of the marina refurbishment project.
An aerial view of the city of Miami’s aging marinas on Virginia Key. The Rusty Pelican restaurant, seen at bottom left, is not part of the marina refurbishment project. Miami Herald file
An aerial view of the city of Miami’s aging marinas on Virginia Key. The Rusty Pelican restaurant, seen at bottom left, is not part of the marina refurbishment project. Miami Herald file

Second go-around on Virginia Key marinas revamp may be running aground

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