The sweeping and controversial Miami 21 zoning plan will go to the city commission for a second and presumably final vote on Oct. 22.
The commission approved the plan, a centerpiece of Mayor Manny Diaz' administration, on first reading by a 4-1 vote in a special meeting on Sept. 4. That vote was seen as the critical test for the plan, which would replace the city's auto-centric zoning code with rules designed to foster more urban-oriented, pedestrian-friendly development.
The second vote will come during the commission's regular meeting, the final one before the term-limited Diaz leaves office.
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