Thursday, April 24, 2014

Developers and Preservationists Find Historic Common Ground in Miami

Image courtesy of National Geographic, Lynne Sladky, AP.
"The bedrock in the northeast circle of the development will be covered
with a glass floor and managed as a public museum space."
Image courtesy of National Geographic, Lynne Sladky, AP.
Glenn Hodges, of National Geographic, has written an exciting article about the results of a mediation between a multimillion-dollar development and the recent discovery of an ancient Tequesta Indian village in Miami.

"This will be the most robust preservation of any site in the southeast United States," said Marc Sarnoff, the city commissioner who first suggested that the parties try to reach agreement through mediation. "It's a very well thought out plan." "
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