MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s only the beginning of May, but Santa’s Enchanted Forest might have gotten a Christmas miracle.

Miami-Dade commissioners have approved a resolution directing Mayor Carlos Gimenez to decide whether the annual Christmas theme park should return to its longtime home at Tropical Park for the holiday season.

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Santa’s Enchanted Forrest Inc. leased a portion of the park for its annual holiday lighting display, rides and Santa themed carnival. They paid the county $300,000 a year in rent, according to the Parks Department.

Their lease ended on March 14, 2020.

Earlier this year, a resolution was prepared and put on the county commission’s agenda that would end its relationship with Santa’s Enchanted Forest Inc. because it “presents a unique opportunity to solicit proposals regarding the use of that portion of land in Tropical Park.”

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The resolution was passed on February 4th.

The expiration of the for-profit event’s 1992 lease triggered a required bidding process for the public land.

Mayor Gimenez now has a month to respond to stop the competitive bidding for the space.

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The mayor has publicly said he is not a fan of the attractions.