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  • Miami Beach commissioner vows to end Floatopia

    Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco called the aftermath of Floatopia 2016 on South beach an "absolute travesty" in a video posted on his Facebook feed. The video shows a trashed beach covered in discarded rafts, bottles and cans.

Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco called the aftermath of Floatopia 2016 on South beach an "absolute travesty" in a video posted on his Facebook feed. The video shows a trashed beach covered in discarded rafts, bottles and cans.
Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco called the aftermath of Floatopia 2016 on South beach an "absolute travesty" in a video posted on his Facebook feed. The video shows a trashed beach covered in discarded rafts, bottles and cans.

After Floatopia, Miami Beach wants to regulate large-scale bashes

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