Miami-Dade proposes spending $1.5 billion over 15 years to cure sewer system woes
Six months into negotiations with federal regulators over Miami-Dade's aging sewer system, the county has come up with a $1.5 billion, 15-year plan to rebuild pipes, pumps and sewage treatment plants that in some cases are almost 100 years old.
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#1 Dec 3, 2012
Going by Miami's history ,Cuban politicians = It will be done incorrectly as the over-sight here is banana republic deplorable , run over budget and much of the money will wind up "missing".
This is one of MANY examples which comes to mind.
HUD TAKES OVER MIAMI-DADE HOUSING AGENCY, APPOINTS RECOVERY ADMINISTRATOR
Financial irresponsibility cited as primary cause for takeover
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