A scene from Prime 112 (and owner Myles Chefetz in black). The restaurant would see a higher food tax if the leader of Miami-Dade’s homeless board succeeds in expanding the county’s homeless tax to Miami Beach and two other coastal cities.
A scene from Prime 112 (and owner Myles Chefetz in black). The restaurant would see a higher food tax if the leader of Miami-Dade’s homeless board succeeds in expanding the county’s homeless tax to Miami Beach and two other coastal cities. Alexia Fodere The Miami Herald
A scene from Prime 112 (and owner Myles Chefetz in black). The restaurant would see a higher food tax if the leader of Miami-Dade’s homeless board succeeds in expanding the county’s homeless tax to Miami Beach and two other coastal cities. Alexia Fodere The Miami Herald

Miami Beach restaurants might lose exemption from county homeless tax

June 10, 2016 6:23 PM