From Miami-Dade's far western reaches to the downtown corridors of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, people are talking about a peculiar municipal incorporation proposal wending its way through the county's bureaucracy. The oddly configured boundaries for the proposed new city form the shape of a pistol. Its handle runs along Krome Avenue in the west. The barrel reaches eastward all the way to NW 69th Avenue. That eastern swath happens to contain one of the most valuable concentrations of commercial real estate in unincorporated Miami-Dade County and includes the Dolphin Mall, the International Mall, an industrial park, a free trade zone, and acres of commercial warehouses. It is land coveted for either incorporation or annexation by the neighborhoods of Doral, Fontainebleau Park, and the... More >>>