Trash left behind after Saturday’s Floatopia event on Miami Beach from South Pointe to 10th Street has city officials vowing to stop the non-sanctioned event from returning.
Trash left behind after Saturday’s Floatopia event on Miami Beach from South Pointe to 10th Street has city officials vowing to stop the non-sanctioned event from returning. Michael Grieco Facebook
Trash left behind after Saturday’s Floatopia event on Miami Beach from South Pointe to 10th Street has city officials vowing to stop the non-sanctioned event from returning. Michael Grieco Facebook

Why Miami Beach wants to sink Floatopia raft party

April 17, 2016 11:13 AM

UPDATED April 19, 2016 11:52 AM

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  • Former Miami Beach mayor swears in son Dan Gelber

    He was mayor once. Now at 98, he swore his son into the same office. Seymour Gelber stood in front of a packed chamber at Miami Beach City Hall where he once presided as mayor. Now 98, with a dose of pride and humor, he swore his son Dan into the office he once held, commending him for his record of public service.