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Shriners Put Riverfront Acres On Block


Written by on August 3, 2000

By Candi Calkins
Miami commissioners have agreed to consider two alternate scenarios for the city’s parking system.

In either, changes would alter the independent parking agency that takes in more than $12 million annually in revenues from garages and on-street meters.

Commissioners in September will review two proposed charter amendments introduced last week by Mayor Joe Carollo. If commissioners approve, at least one would go on the November ballot.

Commissioners asked for an amendment to abolish the parking agency either through privatization or by a merger with the city.

A second proposal would change the makeup of the Off-Str6″>
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