Lawsuits are holding up the waterfront project
So far the city has spent $760,000 in fighting the suits. The City Commission is upset over this. Perhaps if the City Commission had let the Coconut Grove residents vote on the fate of the waterfront, none of this would have been necessary since the Grove citizens voted against the massive project that will do nothing to enhance the Grove and just add more traffic and of course destruction to the quaint area now. Since the vote was citywide, people who live miles away and probably have never set foot in Coconut Grove, had a say in what happens on our waterfront. Of course promises of lower taxes and other crap saying how the project is good for the City persuaded people to vote in favor of the project.
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