Below is the reply I received from Mayor Regalado regarding the implementation of Miami 21:
Dear Mr. Azenha,
The reason I asked for the delay in the implementation was precisely because the people had not been heard and developers—not the people—had a lot of input in the plan that was approved last October. Miami Neighborhoods United, an umbrella of residents’ associations of the city, proposed many amendments, most of them downzoning next to residential neighborhoods. This was not included in the October plan. We have been placing the amendments in the agenda for the city commission to act. Miami 21 will be implemented on May 20th but there are amendments still to come, not from developers but from the people.
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