Moller, an assistant principal at a Dade public high school, doesn't care how long ago the land was drained. The economic and symbolic message the coalition sent is all wrong, he asserts. "I don't do business with anyone west of Flamingo," he snorts. "In fact, I don't like dealing with anyone west of Douglas. If major investors realize people don't want to be doing business where they shouldn't be building buildings, then maybe we'd save a few more acres.