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Legal fight continues to keep Miami boat show from this year’s location

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The Miami International Boat Show on Virginia Key ended in mid-February but legal battles over this year’s location continue. Officials from the Village of Key Biscayne, on the island, have several pending lawsuits.

This week, a Miami-Dade judge denied a motion by Miami attorneys to dismiss one of the village’s lawsuits challenging the construction and use of the property near the Marine Stadium Marina on Virginia Key, according to the Miami Herald.

Click here for more details from The Miami Herald.

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