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Miami voters to pick mayor, commissioners and vote on future of Coconut Grove waterfront

@ChuckRabin

Are Miamians satisfied with the stewardship of Mayor Tomás Regalado and Commissioner Frank Carollo?

With Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones term-limited, does anyone particularly standout from a group of four candidates whose resumés indicate they are all capable of representing the city’s most diverse district?

Does a chunk of Coconut Grove waterfront near City Hall need a makeover, or is the $18 million plan too bulky and obtrusive?

Tuesday, Miami voters from Flagami to Little Havana, Overtown to Liberty City, and Coconut Grove to Shorecrest will answer those questions as they make their way to the city’s polling stations between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

Though Regalado appears likely to win a second term, voters throughout the city will have the opportunity to voice their opinion of the job the mayor has done the past four years by casting a vote for Regalado, or for one of three other candidates contending for the post.

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