Taymara Linarte fixes her three-year-old daughter’s hair in front of the Little Havana building where she and her four children live. Residents of the building at 946 SW 4th St. face eviction due to a city of Miami lawsuit demanding everyone move out because of deplorable living conditions. Linarte does not want to leave because she can’t afford to go anywhere else in Miami.
Taymara Linarte fixes her three-year-old daughter’s hair in front of the Little Havana building where she and her four children live. Residents of the building at 946 SW 4th St. face eviction due to a city of Miami lawsuit demanding everyone move out because of deplorable living conditions. Linarte does not want to leave because she can’t afford to go anywhere else in Miami. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Taymara Linarte fixes her three-year-old daughter’s hair in front of the Little Havana building where she and her four children live. Residents of the building at 946 SW 4th St. face eviction due to a city of Miami lawsuit demanding everyone move out because of deplorable living conditions. Linarte does not want to leave because she can’t afford to go anywhere else in Miami. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

They pay almost $1,000 a month for rat-infested apartments. Now they may be evicted.

December 07, 2017 07:31 PM

UPDATED December 07, 2017 09:02 PM

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