Miami-Dade County

January 25, 2016 7:00 PM

To help Frost museum, Miami-Dade eyes taxing district fighting blight in Miami

Mayor Carlos Gimenez recommends science museum be added to cultural institutions getting help from Omni redevelopment agency

Addition would be requirement of extending life of redevelopment agency

Could be a lifeline for Frost as Gimenez vows no more county aid in exchange for construction bailout

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