Cutler Bay Stormwater Utility Manager Yenier Vega and American Public Works Association President Charles R. Jordan.
Cutler Bay Stormwater Utility Manager Yenier Vega and American Public Works Association President Charles R. Jordan. TOWN OF CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Stormwater Utility Manager Yenier Vega and American Public Works Association President Charles R. Jordan. TOWN OF CUTLER BAY Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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