A 6.2-mile stretch of abandoned railroad tracks is at the center of a fight between residents who want it preserved as a park and a developer who wants a mixed use corridor.
A 6.2-mile stretch of abandoned railroad tracks is at the center of a fight between residents who want it preserved as a park and a developer who wants a mixed use corridor. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff
A 6.2-mile stretch of abandoned railroad tracks is at the center of a fight between residents who want it preserved as a park and a developer who wants a mixed use corridor. Peter Andrew Bosch Miami Herald staff

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