Miami-Dade To Vote On $830M Hospital Bond Program

Law360, New York (July 2, 2013, 6:53 PM EDT) -- Miami-Dade County's Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a November special election that will ask voters to approve $830 million in bonds to upgrade several Jackson Health System hospitals and facilities.

If voters approve the measure during the Nov. 5 special election, Miami-Dade County will use property taxes to fund the general obligation bonds in a 10-year program that will witness a serious overhaul to operating rooms and inpatient units within the publicly owned Jackson Health System, which houses the major teaching hospital for the University...
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