Surfside Mayor Daniel Dietch, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Sunny Isles Beach Mayor George “Bud” Scholl and Key Biscayne Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay gathered on Miami Beach Thursday to call attention to the area’s disappearing beaches.
Surfside Mayor Daniel Dietch, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Sunny Isles Beach Mayor George “Bud” Scholl and Key Biscayne Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay gathered on Miami Beach Thursday to call attention to the area’s disappearing beaches. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff
Surfside Mayor Daniel Dietch, Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine, Sunny Isles Beach Mayor George “Bud” Scholl and Key Biscayne Mayor Mayra Pena Lindsay gathered on Miami Beach Thursday to call attention to the area’s disappearing beaches. Jenny Staletovich Miami Herald Staff

Mayors: Shrinking South Florida beaches need help

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