Parks advocates last week suffered a setback in their struggle to save Bicentennial Park from the evil clutches of millionaire Marlins owner John Henry. Independent consultants hired by the City of Miami presented their findings March 13 at a meeting of a committee considering options for a downtown baseball stadium. The consultants studied two sites: Bicentennial Park and an area just west of Biscayne Boulevard in the neighborhood known as Park West. Their conclusions could spell doom for those who believe Miami's last undeveloped tract of publicly owned bayfront land should be... More >>>