Miami may soon have a large pot of money to pay for infrastructure reinforcements in the face of rising seas.
Thursday, in a narrow vote, the city of Miami decided to put a $400 million bond question to the voters in November.
Last year, the City Commission voted down Mayor Tomas Regalado’s proposed bond plan. Commissioner Ken Russell was one of those no votes.
He told the mayor to get more public input on how to use the money generated through the bonds.