I will pledge to you Miami 21 will be implemented, but with the input of the new commissioners.
That is enough of a pledge for me to believe that this is not the end of the road for Miami 21. I hope the Mayor lives up to his word.
PS. The Herald article said it best:
…the new commission could be setting itself up for further delay in trying to reconcile often mutually exclusive changes sought by neighborhood activists and developers. Attempts by planners and city leaders to balance competing interests was one reason Miami 21 took so long to win approval.
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