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Securing that investment will be a $74 million special assessment levied on Foxconn for the public improvements that will be installed.
Three residents filed a lawsuit six years ago against the city, claiming that a special assessment from 2007 through 2009 for emergency medical services was unconstitutional.
The directors will set the date for the final election where voters within the transportation district will be asked to approve the local sales tax increase and special assessments on property.
Miami-Dade condominium owners who have complaints or concerns about management at their condos, board elections or special assessments will now be able to seek answers at a new office in Doral.
Additionally, residents will pay $60 in stormwater fees, unchanged from last year, and $124.34 for the fire protection special assessment, which is an increase from last year.
Criminal fines, forfeited bail bonds, penalty fees and special assessments are deposited into the fund each year, so dollars are collected from offenders convicted of federal crimes rather than from taxpayers.
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