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  • Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Gimenez presents proposed County Budget Release

    Miami-Dade’s mayor proposed to cut transit service and leave more than 1,000 positions open in 2018 as the county grapples with a slowing economy, lower ridership and a looming increase in the deductions homeowners can apply to their property-tax bills.

Miami-Dade’s mayor proposed to cut transit service and leave more than 1,000 positions open in 2018 as the county grapples with a slowing economy, lower ridership and a looming increase in the deductions homeowners can apply to their property-tax bills. José A. Iglesias The Miami Herald
Miami-Dade’s mayor proposed to cut transit service and leave more than 1,000 positions open in 2018 as the county grapples with a slowing economy, lower ridership and a looming increase in the deductions homeowners can apply to their property-tax bills. José A. Iglesias The Miami Herald

Miami-Dade mayor wants cuts to brace for tax break coming to Florida homeowners

July 11, 2017 7:40 PM