Cars wade through the king tide water on North Bay Road in 2015.
Cars wade through the king tide water on North Bay Road in 2015. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com
Cars wade through the king tide water on North Bay Road in 2015. Walter Michot wmichot@miamiherald.com

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  • Former Miami Beach mayor swears in son Dan Gelber

    He was mayor once. Now at 98, he swore his son into the same office. Seymour Gelber stood in front of a packed chamber at Miami Beach City Hall where he once presided as mayor. Now 98, with a dose of pride and humor, he swore his son Dan into the office he once held, commending him for his record of public service.