Today’s vote on key contracts for the Florida Marlins baseball stadium will be influenced by a handful of compromises by the team as the fate of the $619 million project hangs in the balance. Miami commissioners will decide whether to approve important contracts related to a new 37,000-seat, retractable-roof stadium in Little Havana. That could move the process to the Miami-Dade County Commission, which could vote by Monday.
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