The Miami-Dade County Commission will be asked to take the first step in a ballot measure asking voters to approve the construction of a new courthouse for civil cases in downtown Miami at an estimated cost of $550 million.

In the works for a year, the plan calls for a building to replace the historic Dade County Courthouse on a parking lot owned by the All Aboard Florida passenger rail developers west of the Wilkie D. Ferguson Jr. U.S. Courthouse. A bond issue would be required to finance the project.

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