For years, Miami Lakes has failed to expand its downtown dining district along Northeast 2nd Avenue. Although a few eateries, including Cote Gourmet, Pizza Fiore and Subway, have opened and used the village’s current septic tank system, other restaurants can’t because of the area’s limited capacity to process waste water.
For years, Miami Lakes has failed to expand its downtown dining district along Northeast 2nd Avenue. Although a few eateries, including Cote Gourmet, Pizza Fiore and Subway, have opened and used the village’s current septic tank system, other restaurants can’t because of the area’s limited capacity to process waste water. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald File, 2011
For years, Miami Lakes has failed to expand its downtown dining district along Northeast 2nd Avenue. Although a few eateries, including Cote Gourmet, Pizza Fiore and Subway, have opened and used the village’s current septic tank system, other restaurants can’t because of the area’s limited capacity to process waste water. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald File, 2011

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