City of Miami planners have markedly scaled back a proposed makeover of ecologically sensitive Virginia Key, winning plaudits from critics who complained previous versions of the plan favored concrete over nature.
UEL President Fran Bohnsack was quoted in the article:
Since then, planners held public meetings with the participation of more than 100 people, including members of the Urban Environment League, a leading critic of the EDSA plans.
The result, League chairwoman Fran Bohnsack told the waterfront board, ``has something for everyone, and it's much better than the original EDSA plan.''
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