County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, shakes hands with Matthew Greer CEO Carlisle Development, at the wrecking ball ceremony for the Transit Village project in the 6300 block of NW Seventh Ave., Miami, on Oct., 24, 2012.
County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, shakes hands with Matthew Greer CEO Carlisle Development, at the wrecking ball ceremony for the Transit Village project in the 6300 block of NW Seventh Ave., Miami, on Oct., 24, 2012. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF
County Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, shakes hands with Matthew Greer CEO Carlisle Development, at the wrecking ball ceremony for the Transit Village project in the 6300 block of NW Seventh Ave., Miami, on Oct., 24, 2012. WALTER MICHOT MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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