Miami-Dade County

December 31, 2006 4:21 PM

Dade housing reforms are bearing fruit

The houses are sprouting like a carefully planted flower garden, neat rows of blue and green and orange where this summer there was only dirt. Two dozen new homes are under construction on the site of the old Scott-Carver public housing projects, with five others already finished and 28 more planned.

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