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their best to strike a balance and agreed to a number of concessions.Schillen.Mr. Garcia said the site plan, with details on height, width, mass, setbacks aa East neighborhood opposed to the change in zoning and land use argued that the

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sion to either reject the request outright or defer a vote on first reading.Mr.on the sites northern portion. Many property owners in the historic neighborhwhere it set up shortly after the board of the City of North Miamis Museum of

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