CONTROVERSIAL TROLLEY GARAGE: The completed trolley depot in the 3300 block of Douglas Road in Coconut Grove. The building of this trolley depot has led to quite a brouhaha, with federal officials concluding that the depot violated the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, which requires neighborhood surveys and outreach when federal transportation money is used for a transportation project.
CONTROVERSIAL TROLLEY GARAGE: The completed trolley depot in the 3300 block of Douglas Road in Coconut Grove. The building of this trolley depot has led to quite a brouhaha, with federal officials concluding that the depot violated the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, which requires neighborhood surveys and outreach when federal transportation money is used for a transportation project. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF
CONTROVERSIAL TROLLEY GARAGE: The completed trolley depot in the 3300 block of Douglas Road in Coconut Grove. The building of this trolley depot has led to quite a brouhaha, with federal officials concluding that the depot violated the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, which requires neighborhood surveys and outreach when federal transportation money is used for a transportation project. AL DIAZ MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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