Helen Clarke, left, and Joanna Janvier outside the Northpark at Scott Carver apartment complex while a crane across the street hauls storm debris from Hurricane Irma. Miami-Dade opened a massive debris dump next to the housing complex in October, but has halted more shipments there after resident complaints.
Helen Clarke, left, and Joanna Janvier outside the Northpark at Scott Carver apartment complex while a crane across the street hauls storm debris from Hurricane Irma. Miami-Dade opened a massive debris dump next to the housing complex in October, but has halted more shipments there after resident complaints. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS
Helen Clarke, left, and Joanna Janvier outside the Northpark at Scott Carver apartment complex while a crane across the street hauls storm debris from Hurricane Irma. Miami-Dade opened a massive debris dump next to the housing complex in October, but has halted more shipments there after resident complaints. dhanks@miamiherald.com DOUGLAS HANKS

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