Cutler Bay Senior High School staff stand with town manager Ralph Casals (third from left), council member Mary Ann Mixon, Mayor Peggy Bell, and council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle, and District 8 Commissioner Daniella Levine-Cava, present the Tiger Shark Way sign on June 6.
Cutler Bay Senior High School staff stand with town manager Ralph Casals (third from left), council member Mary Ann Mixon, Mayor Peggy Bell, and council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle, and District 8 Commissioner Daniella Levine-Cava, present the Tiger Shark Way sign on June 6. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
Cutler Bay Senior High School staff stand with town manager Ralph Casals (third from left), council member Mary Ann Mixon, Mayor Peggy Bell, and council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle, and District 8 Commissioner Daniella Levine-Cava, present the Tiger Shark Way sign on June 6. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Tiger Shark Way is new name for road in front of Cutler Bay High

June 17, 2016 03:26 PM

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