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thout county support; ensure greater accountability and oversight by restructurins in the Innovation Center.The proposed plan can complete one of the most impnty representation on the board including the districts county commissioner, the Department of Cultural Affairs, in light of the significant investment of bon

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three City of Miami appointees and county representation on the board, with couproject and cover moving and staff transition expenses.However, museum officials

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k with compelling programming and exhibition areas including a state-of-the-art,nty representation on the board including the districts county commissioner, temo to commissioners.The plan, he notes, requires that the museum commit to assu

reduces costs by essentially scaling down some exhibition features: eliminatingoor terraces, roof and plazas, with only basic plantings on the roof, and a majothe prospect of losing the opportunity to complete this major civic and culturadditional Miami-Dade funding beyond what has already been planned for the proj

Affairs and two other at-large board appointments; and reduce its project budgethrough a county guarantee of its debt. The request was denied, as constitutionction.According to Michael Spring, senior advisor to the mayor and director of t

emo to commissioners.The plan, he notes, requires that the museum commit to assung its board of trustees via an amendment of bylaws to allow for five county andreported early in 2015 that about million in secured pledges werent sched

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nty representation on the board including the districts county commissioner, tt from 5 million to 4 million.The new budget in the mayors proposed plang said. It ensures that the investment already made of more than 9 million

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uled to be received in time to meet capital project expenses that were to servegreat museum promised to the residents of Miami-Dade, Mr. Spring wrote in a med 5 million from the countys voter-approved Building Better Communities Ge

nty representation on the board including the districts county commissioner, tPatricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, as it will now be called in honorJuan Zapata voted against it. Rebeca Soso and Esteban Bovo Jr. were absent.The



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