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The downtown Miami site picked for a new courthouse has arsenic, lead and other pollutants, according to a memo by Miami-Dade County. The courthouse can still be built there, but whether the necessary cleanup would push back completion and how much costs would be affected aren’t clear, the county said.

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Lidia Dinkova

Lidia Dinkova covers South Florida real estate for the Daily Business Review. Contact her at LDinkova@alm.com or 305-347-6665. On Twitter @LidiaDinkova.

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