Miami-Dade County

January 20, 2016 7:03 PM

Garbage, holes, dog poop: Florida accused of neglecting historic Miami Circle

Florida’s Department of State is accused of violating a contract to maintain the Miami Circle

The sacred Tequesta site is poorly marked and difficult to access

State officials say they’re working on solutions

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