Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, left center, and other town officials attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Burlington store.
Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, left center, and other town officials attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Burlington store. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, left center, and other town officials attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Burlington store. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Burlington store opens in Cutler Bay shopping center with 140 new jobs

October 05, 2016 01:42 PM

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