Miami Dade landfill in South Dade, commonly called Mount Trashmore.
Miami Dade landfill in South Dade, commonly called Mount Trashmore. Miami Herald File
Miami Dade landfill in South Dade, commonly called Mount Trashmore. Miami Herald File

Cutler Bay council tours “Mount Trashmore,” mayor prepares for Dade Days

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