Rick Zelman (front center with the tie) and Jennifer Beber (front and center next to Zelman in black) are among a group of neighbors who have sought to save a 1920s house in Coconut Grove by having it declared historic.
Rick Zelman (front center with the tie) and Jennifer Beber (front and center next to Zelman in black) are among a group of neighbors who have sought to save a 1920s house in Coconut Grove by having it declared historic.
Rick Zelman (front center with the tie) and Jennifer Beber (front and center next to Zelman in black) are among a group of neighbors who have sought to save a 1920s house in Coconut Grove by having it declared historic.

Public may be hindered in seeking historic preservation in Miami

February 12, 2015 12:33 PM

UPDATED February 12, 2015 10:22 PM

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