Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, along with commissioners Jonah Wolfson and Ed Tobin, listen to resident Gerald Posner, who is with the South of Fifth Neighborhood Association, oppose the Flagstone project on Watson Island. The City Commission heard opposition from several residents at Wednesday’s meeting. The residents are concerned about traffic snarls on the MacArthur Causeway if the project comes to pass.
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, along with commissioners Jonah Wolfson and Ed Tobin, listen to resident Gerald Posner, who is with the South of Fifth Neighborhood Association, oppose the Flagstone project on Watson Island. The City Commission heard opposition from several residents at Wednesday’s meeting. The residents are concerned about traffic snarls on the MacArthur Causeway if the project comes to pass. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff
Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, along with commissioners Jonah Wolfson and Ed Tobin, listen to resident Gerald Posner, who is with the South of Fifth Neighborhood Association, oppose the Flagstone project on Watson Island. The City Commission heard opposition from several residents at Wednesday’s meeting. The residents are concerned about traffic snarls on the MacArthur Causeway if the project comes to pass. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff

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