Things that make you go hmmmm
Scotty's Landing has not paid it's rent for 35 years. It blocks the waterfront view, it's mere feet from the waterfront. Burn Notice, which is not really on top of the waterfront has paid its rent on time, all the time.
Why is or was Burn Notice going to be evicted and Scotty's is staying, for another year or so? And how rich is the City of Miami to be in a position to throw out paying tenants?
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