Homestead leaders approved a deal paving the way for a car dealership on the site of a city-owned former bowling alley.
Homestead leaders approved a deal paving the way for a car dealership on the site of a city-owned former bowling alley. Miami Herald File
Homestead leaders approved a deal paving the way for a car dealership on the site of a city-owned former bowling alley. Miami Herald File

Confused: Homestead leaders vote for land deal — but ‘nobody knows what they voted for’

October 15, 2015 09:00 AM

UPDATED October 15, 2015 03:13 PM

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