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through a county guarantee of its debt. The request was denied, as constitutiont from 5 million to 4 million.The new budget in the mayors proposed planordinance without discussion, 9-2, on first reading. Chairman Jean Monestime and

thout county support; ensure greater accountability and oversight by restructurie except in Surfside and Bal Harbour, and secondarily backed by available sales

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