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David Winker, left, and Andrew Parrish, right. David Winker, left, and Anthony Parrish, right.

On Dec. 4, the Miami Planning and Zoning Appeals Board (PZAB) voted 8-1 to recommend repealing special area plans (SAPs) from Miami 21’s zoning code. This astounding vote came after residents of Little Haiti, Palm Grove and Buena Vista testified that SAPs are destroying their neighborhoods. This was followed by the introduction of an emergency pocket item by Commissioner Manolo Reyes at the December commission meeting organizing a task force to review the impact of the Miami 21 zoning code on Miami’s neighborhoods.

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