The Miami Beach City Commission removed a major stumbling to demolition of the property on 42 Star Island Drive by voting against its historical significance.

In a contentious decision that drew gasps from the audience today, Miami Beach City Commission took a major stumbling block away from the controversial demolition of the property on 42 Star Island Drive, a historic Mediterranean Revival mansion that its owners want to raze.

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