<cutline_leadin><137>Aracelys Milian <137></cutline_leadin><137>y María Campos, de la asociación de residentes de Robert King High Towers, convocaron una rueda de prensa luego de reunirse con las resspectivas autoridades condales.<137><137><252><137>Aracelys Milian and María Campos, of the Association of Neighbors of Robert King High Towers, complain about persistent problems at the Little Havana public housing complex for the elderly. They met with the director of the Miami-Dade County Public Housing and Community Development Department who promised to resolve the issues.
<cutline_leadin><137>Aracelys Milian <137></cutline_leadin><137>y María Campos, de la asociación de residentes de Robert King High Towers, convocaron una rueda de prensa luego de reunirse con las resspectivas autoridades condales.<137><137><252><137>Aracelys Milian and María Campos, of the Association of Neighbors of Robert King High Towers, complain about persistent problems at the Little Havana public housing complex for the elderly. They met with the director of the Miami-Dade County Public Housing and Community Development Department who promised to resolve the issues. <cutline_leadin>C.M. GUERRERO</cutline_leadin> el Nuevo Herald
<cutline_leadin><137>Aracelys Milian <137></cutline_leadin><137>y María Campos, de la asociación de residentes de Robert King High Towers, convocaron una rueda de prensa luego de reunirse con las resspectivas autoridades condales.<137><137><252><137>Aracelys Milian and María Campos, of the Association of Neighbors of Robert King High Towers, complain about persistent problems at the Little Havana public housing complex for the elderly. They met with the director of the Miami-Dade County Public Housing and Community Development Department who promised to resolve the issues. <cutline_leadin>C.M. GUERRERO</cutline_leadin> el Nuevo Herald

Elderly residents demand fixes at their housing complex

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