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  • South Dade's transformation 25 years after Hurricane Andrew

    In the 25 years since it was devastated by Hurricane Andrew, South Miami-Dade has undergone a dramatic transformation from a rural and semi-rural landscape to sprawling suburbia, but improvement has been uneven and unequal — and the region is facing transportation woes and renewed development pressures.

In the 25 years since it was devastated by Hurricane Andrew, South Miami-Dade has undergone a dramatic transformation from a rural and semi-rural landscape to sprawling suburbia, but improvement has been uneven and unequal — and the region is facing transportation woes and renewed development pressures. Alecia Richards The Miami Herald
In the 25 years since it was devastated by Hurricane Andrew, South Miami-Dade has undergone a dramatic transformation from a rural and semi-rural landscape to sprawling suburbia, but improvement has been uneven and unequal — and the region is facing transportation woes and renewed development pressures. Alecia Richards The Miami Herald

How an area destroyed by Hurricane Andrew 25 years ago underwent a radical change

August 20, 2017 8:00 AM