Crews in backhoes work Monday around a mound of unearthed toxic soil covered by a white tarp in Merrie Christmas Park. City officials say they may work out a deal with Coral Gables to remove the contaminated soil rather than redistribute it in the park.
Crews in backhoes work Monday around a mound of unearthed toxic soil covered by a white tarp in Merrie Christmas Park. City officials say they may work out a deal with Coral Gables to remove the contaminated soil rather than redistribute it in the park. David Smiley Miami Herald
Crews in backhoes work Monday around a mound of unearthed toxic soil covered by a white tarp in Merrie Christmas Park. City officials say they may work out a deal with Coral Gables to remove the contaminated soil rather than redistribute it in the park. David Smiley Miami Herald

Miami may change course on clean-up of toxic park

October 13, 2014 05:00 PM

UPDATED October 13, 2014 06:57 PM

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