The City of Miami closed two more parks Monday in connection to possible contamination.
The City of Miami will host a community meeting next week to present the results of a toxicology study done at Blanche Park in the neighborhood of Coconut Grove after the park was closed due to contaminated soil.
A popular park was closed Friday as recent samples revealed “the presence of some contamination,” according to the City of Miami.
The discovery of high levels of arsenic in soil in two Coconut Grove parks has forced officials to close one of them, as well as prompt the testing of soil in all Miami parks. We focus on the problem, what’s next and where we go from here.
The late-October start date for the Port of Miami tunnel dig is approaching, yet one big question about the massive project remains unresolved: Where will the giant mountains of excavated dirt and rock end up?
A Liberty City park plagued by toxic soil is finally getting cleaned up. Bulldozers have already begun removing the top two feet of lead-contaminated soil at Olinda Park.
A hidden danger under a Miami park had parents and community leaders expressing outrage at a neighborhood meeting held Thursday night.
County officials have reduced the size of the restricted area, but residents are still urged to stay out of the water near the site of a massive sewer main break on Miami Beach.