Sandy Dorsainvil, manager of the Little Haiti Cultural Center, left, and Joann Milord, director of the Northeast Second Avenue Partnership, at the Caribbean Market Place in Little Haiti.
Sandy Dorsainvil, manager of the Little Haiti Cultural Center, left, and Joann Milord, director of the Northeast Second Avenue Partnership, at the Caribbean Market Place in Little Haiti. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
Sandy Dorsainvil, manager of the Little Haiti Cultural Center, left, and Joann Milord, director of the Northeast Second Avenue Partnership, at the Caribbean Market Place in Little Haiti. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

Little Haiti Cultural Center subject of public corruption investigation

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