Transit Miami Publisher Tony Garcia was featured this week in the Miami Herald (Via: Open Media Miami) posing some questions to get a better understanding of how the City of Miami Commission Candidates view transportation through their own daily routines.
Fellow TM writer Tony Garcia’s cogent thoughts on the new stadium plan and design were published in today’s Herald. Click through the link to read the whole response.
The type of development that this site deserves is too big for the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County — they are not in the business of developing land. Elected officials must be better stewards of public coffers. If they cannot do what is responsible now, then they need to wait until the time is right. As for the Marlins, if they want to leave, call their bluff. If they don’t want to stay, then we don’t want them.
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