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A rendering of part of the planned, nearly 18-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti. It would rise between Northeast Second Avenue and the Florida East Coast Railway tracks and from the Little Haiti Soccer Park and the Little Haiti Cultural Center. A rendering of part of the planned, nearly 18-acre Magic City Innovation District in Little Haiti. It would rise between Northeast Second Avenue and the Florida East Coast Railway tracks and from the Little Haiti Soccer Park and the Little Haiti Cultural Center. Courtesy image.

A Miami planning board wants the city to do away with a controversial provision that eases the  way for major projects after some Little Haiti residents claimed three nearby proposals would overwhelm their neighborhood.

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