Sides seek compromise on Miami River development

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Miami city officials and members of the marine industry are trying to reach a compromise on future Miami River development policy.

Some, including Miami mayor Tomas Regalado, have viewed the policy - shaped under several lawsuits - as increasingly giving riverfront residential projects preference over marine industry operations, according to Miami Today.

The parties will have to work out a compromise by mid-April, when the issue moves back to the city commission for a ruling.

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