Miami Beach

January 22, 2015 6:00 PM

Before sea level rises, Miami Beach officials want to raise West Avenue 1½ to 2 feet

In an area that has seen its fair share of roadwork during the past few years, city officials want to raise West Avenue between 1½ to 2 feet during the next few years in an effort to prepare one of the lowest-lying points of Miami Beach for anticipated sea level rise.

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