The city of Miami Beach now has to fine Publix for improper drainage on a paved surface. Publix will have to tear the parking up and slope it in another direction or install a pump system to drain it into the street. Nice legal issue between Publix and the city of Miami Beach. Pumping water from a paved area into the city drainage system will create a pollution problem. This is going to get real ugly after this week. The renters of these commercial properties are getting destroyed. Sunset Harbour is a massive government failure. Everybody knew the ground level retail was going to get destroyed.
Lets get some mosquitos breeding in that standing water.
When Miami Beach goes under, what is the plan? It has to be locally-driven because all costal areas on the east coast, west coast, and the gulf coast will be experiencing the same thing. It is every community for itself, as at the federal level, no one will have time to worry about each little individual community. Is there going to be a phased in evacuation plan and abandonment of areas that have become a part of the Atlantic Ocean? Will property owners just write off the loss of the property that has disappeared in the ocean? What are the implications for the tax base? What is the plan?
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