A worker prepares to move one of the storm-water pumps installed near West Avenue and Tenth Street in Miami Beach in September 2014. In response to a Miami Herald request for staff emails discussing the pumps, the city charged the paper nearly $73,000.
A worker prepares to move one of the storm-water pumps installed near West Avenue and Tenth Street in Miami Beach in September 2014. In response to a Miami Herald request for staff emails discussing the pumps, the city charged the paper nearly $73,000. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD
A worker prepares to move one of the storm-water pumps installed near West Avenue and Tenth Street in Miami Beach in September 2014. In response to a Miami Herald request for staff emails discussing the pumps, the city charged the paper nearly $73,000. DANIEL BOCK FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

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June 30, 2016 04:08 PM

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