Miami-Dade County could lose millions in fight over urban development boundaries

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miamidadShould Miami-Dade County fight the state over commissioners’ decisions to allow new projects outside the urban development boundary, it could cost more than just time and attorneys’ fees: funds for roads, water and sewer systems, and even storm and hurricane protection could be withheld, Miami Today reports.

Against the advice ofcounty staff, commissioners voted in April to allow a Lowe’s home improvement store and a commercial project outside the imaginary line meant to serve as a buffer between dense development and the Everglades.

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