Miami commissioner and development critic surges in Miami mayoral race

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Miami commissioner Tomás Regalado, now the front-runner in the race to succeed Mayor Manny Diaz, thinks the city needs a break from rapid development. Regalado recently criticized the Mayor’s plans for parking garages at the new baseball stadium in Little Havana, and Miami 21, the overhaul of the city’s zoning code, though both passed. Critics say the candidate, a 13-year veteran of city politics, has little in the way of constructive plans, despite his critiques of major projects over the last eight years. [Miami Herald]

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