Sabrina Cohen, who was paralyzed after a car accident more than 20 years ago, heads a foundation that wants to build a three-story wellness center in an oceanfront park in Miami Beach. Neighbors have spoken out against the proposal.
Sabrina Cohen, who was paralyzed after a car accident more than 20 years ago, heads a foundation that wants to build a three-story wellness center in an oceanfront park in Miami Beach. Neighbors have spoken out against the proposal. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff
Sabrina Cohen, who was paralyzed after a car accident more than 20 years ago, heads a foundation that wants to build a three-story wellness center in an oceanfront park in Miami Beach. Neighbors have spoken out against the proposal. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff

Neighbors oppose proposed accessible wellness center in Miami Beach oceanfront park

December 08, 2015 03:00 AM

UPDATED December 08, 2015 06:23 PM

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