For years, favored customers of the water and sewer utility in the financially troubled Miami-Dade community of Opa-locka (pop. 15,000) were allowed to ignore their bills, reports the Miami Herald. A Christian school supported by Mayor Myra Taylor, for example, ran up unpaid bills of nearly $120,000. Opa-locka turned its water and sewer system into an operation that let . . .
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