If Marlins pay county, transit first on spending wish list
Written by Miami Today on April 17, 2018
In an effort to drive more money into the SMART plan, Miami-Dade commissioners at the Chairman’s Policy Council last week recommended any available revenues from the sale of the Miami Marlins and the pending lawsuit against owners go to fund the six-corridor transit expansion plan.
“We are eager to get these funds and I am confident that we will collect a good chunk of change here,” said sponsoring Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava. “I think it’s logical for the money to go toward some type of infrastructure, and since we’ve established a policy of priority to build the SMART plan, it would be of good use.”…To read the full story click here