Tennis Tournament Measure on Miami-Dade Ballot Draws Opposition

The campaign to approve potential upgrades at the Crandon Park Tennis Center has drawn opposition from a member of the pioneering family that donated the park land to the county.
November 1, 2012
 

The campaign to approve potential upgrades at the Crandon Park Tennis Center has drawn opposition from a member of the pioneering family that donated the park land to the county.

Financing the project would most likely require Miami-Dade County to issue revenue bonds backed by the tournament. County commissioners only agreed to put the measure on the ballot under the condition that the tennis center upgrades would not be paid for from the county’s general fund.

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