Eugene Flinn, mayor of Palmetto Bay, points out native plants and butterflies in a wooded area on Old Cutler Road that is earmarked to be a city park under a 2016 development plan. The plan will be up for reconsideration on Monday.
Eugene Flinn, mayor of Palmetto Bay, points out native plants and butterflies in a wooded area on Old Cutler Road that is earmarked to be a city park under a 2016 development plan. The plan will be up for reconsideration on Monday. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com
Eugene Flinn, mayor of Palmetto Bay, points out native plants and butterflies in a wooded area on Old Cutler Road that is earmarked to be a city park under a 2016 development plan. The plan will be up for reconsideration on Monday. Pedro Portal pportal@miamiherald.com

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