Crews work at Merrie Christmas Park in Mid October. An anonymous donor has contributed $175,000 to pay for the city of Miami to remove the mound of tainted soil covered beneath white plastic.
Crews work at Merrie Christmas Park in Mid October. An anonymous donor has contributed $175,000 to pay for the city of Miami to remove the mound of tainted soil covered beneath white plastic. David Smiley Miami Herald
Crews work at Merrie Christmas Park in Mid October. An anonymous donor has contributed $175,000 to pay for the city of Miami to remove the mound of tainted soil covered beneath white plastic. David Smiley Miami Herald

Donor gives $175K to remove toxic soil from Miami park

October 31, 2014 02:01 PM

UPDATED October 31, 2014 05:33 PM

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