Miami-Dade County

April 4, 2014 7:37 PM

Ideas wanted: Miami foundations want to turn spaces into places

A competition that will fund the best ideas for turning underused public spaces into real community places across Miami-Dade County has received scores of proposals and remains open for submissions through April8.

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