Mariano Fernandez, center, was fired from his job as building director in Miami Beach amid allegations he received free hotel stays from a hotelier who received permits from his department.
Mariano Fernandez, center, was fired from his job as building director in Miami Beach amid allegations he received free hotel stays from a hotelier who received permits from his department. Miami Herald archive
Mariano Fernandez, center, was fired from his job as building director in Miami Beach amid allegations he received free hotel stays from a hotelier who received permits from his department. Miami Herald archive

Miami Beach official is accused of trading favors for hotel stays. Now he may be charged.

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