Officials at Miami Beach City Hall have uncovered past mismanagement of a program that allows developers who can’t provide on-site parking to pay the city a fee for every space they can’t provide. The city could have collected nearly $19 million.
Officials at Miami Beach City Hall have uncovered past mismanagement of a program that allows developers who can’t provide on-site parking to pay the city a fee for every space they can’t provide. The city could have collected nearly $19 million. JOEY FLECHAS MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Officials at Miami Beach City Hall have uncovered past mismanagement of a program that allows developers who can’t provide on-site parking to pay the city a fee for every space they can’t provide. The city could have collected nearly $19 million. JOEY FLECHAS MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Miami Beach failed to collect $19 million in developer fees for parking

September 16, 2014 07:06 PM

UPDATED September 18, 2014 03:21 PM

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