Miami Beach wants to improve storm water drainage and raise West Avenue between 1½ and 2 feet over the course of a two phase project. The first phase, which will likely begin in February, involves work on West Avenue from Fifth to Eighth streets and from Lincoln Road to 17th Street. Work is expected to last until August.
Miami Beach wants to improve storm water drainage and raise West Avenue between 1½ and 2 feet over the course of a two phase project. The first phase, which will likely begin in February, involves work on West Avenue from Fifth to Eighth streets and from Lincoln Road to 17th Street. Work is expected to last until August. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff
Miami Beach wants to improve storm water drainage and raise West Avenue between 1½ and 2 feet over the course of a two phase project. The first phase, which will likely begin in February, involves work on West Avenue from Fifth to Eighth streets and from Lincoln Road to 17th Street. Work is expected to last until August. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff

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

January 22, 2015 06:00 PM

UPDATED January 23, 2015 05:18 PM

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