From left to right: South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard, Miami-Dade Commissioner Xavier Suarez, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Miami, Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn.
From left to right: South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard, Miami-Dade Commissioner Xavier Suarez, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Miami, Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn. Monique O. Madan Miami Herald Staff
From left to right: South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard, Miami-Dade Commissioner Xavier Suarez, Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Miami, Palmetto Bay Mayor Eugene Flinn. Monique O. Madan Miami Herald Staff

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