Osasumwen Osaghae, Martina Osaghae, Ikpomwonsa Osaghae, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, Town Manager Rafael Casals, and Major Leonard Ricelli met March 8 in the town council chambers.
Osasumwen Osaghae, Martina Osaghae, Ikpomwonsa Osaghae, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, Town Manager Rafael Casals, and Major Leonard Ricelli met March 8 in the town council chambers. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Osasumwen Osaghae, Martina Osaghae, Ikpomwonsa Osaghae, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, Town Manager Rafael Casals, and Major Leonard Ricelli met March 8 in the town council chambers. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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