A controversial $24,000-a-year preschool got the green light to open in Miami after city commissioners shot down opposing neighbors who feared more traffic and carbon monoxide generated from an underground drop-off and pick-up area.

Centner Academy missed its original August opening date after failing to obtain a certificate of occupancy and also being slammed with a challenge by residents of nearby Buena Vista.

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