The new Florida Marlins stadium is already drawing plenty of people who want to play. About 100 contractors or their representatives filled the seats at City Hall this week to learn what the city of Miami requires for its parking garage there. The city wants to pick a contractor by August 3, said Gary Fabrikant, assistant director of contracts for the city’s capital improvements department. The city plans to use a point system to decide on the award.
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