Two years after a garage collapsed at Miami Dade College’s west campus in Doral, there is still no relief for the more than 6,000 students who attend the college there. The college has said its hands are tied due to litigation. Students either have to park at Miami International Mall and take a shuttle or find a spot along 117th Avenue, a public right-of-way, and walk. This is the vacant garage on Wednesday, October 8, 2014.
Two years after a garage collapsed at Miami Dade College’s west campus in Doral, there is still no relief for the more than 6,000 students who attend the college there. The college has said its hands are tied due to litigation. Students either have to park at Miami International Mall and take a shuttle or find a spot along 117th Avenue, a public right-of-way, and walk. This is the vacant garage on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Two years after a garage collapsed at Miami Dade College’s west campus in Doral, there is still no relief for the more than 6,000 students who attend the college there. The college has said its hands are tied due to litigation. Students either have to park at Miami International Mall and take a shuttle or find a spot along 117th Avenue, a public right-of-way, and walk. This is the vacant garage on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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October 09, 2014 7:24 PM

Miami Dade College’s collapsed garage has a long way to go before it’s fixed

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