A billion dollar bid for federally mandated sewer repairs in Miami-Dade County has been called into question by the county’s ethics watchdog.
Homeowners hate repair costs, but it could always be worse: repairs to Miami-Dade County’s outdated water infrastructure will cost over $1 billion, and they will not be completed anytime soon.
Traffic is flowing smoothly to Key Biscayne and Crandon Park after repairs were completed by the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department.
Monday was a big day for the YMCA in Hollywood. The organization reopened its facilities after having to temporarily close after the large sewer leak on November 16.
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.