In the home stretch of a 20-year political career, Tomás Regalado is hustling to the finish line.
With just four months left in his final term and legacy on his mind, the mayor of Miami is loading whatever politics will allow onto the November ballot in order to accomplish as much as possible before leaving office. A new theme park hotel, around $100 million in marina upgrades, long-term contracts to redevelop prime waterfront land and a quarter-billion in public works projects are all on the agenda.
It’s an ambitious plan for a lame-duck administration.
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