Miami Beach

March 11, 2016 8:37 PM

Miami Beach wants to fast-track work to battle sea-level rise

Low-lying Indian Creek Drive flooded mulitiple times last year during seasonal high tides

City and state will split cost of $25-million project

Beach officials want to expedite work and start this summer

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