When an archaeologist unearths a significant find on the site of a multimillion-dollar development, it rarely ends with smiles and handshakes. But at Miami’s Met Square development, where archaeologist Robert Carr recently discovered the remnants of a an ancient Tequesta Indian village, that’s exactly what has happened.
Last night, the Miami City Commission approved an agreement hammered out in mediation last week between MDM Development Group and several private and governmental preservationist parties, and all sides agree that the solution is as historic as the site it preserves.
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