MIAMI — There’s no free parking. Not even for the disabled.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, a Miami-Dade county-owned hospital system, has recently joined the growing list of county facilities exempted from the county ordinance prohibiting charging disabled persons for parking.
Starting May 1, disabled drivers will have to pay the same rates as everyone else to park at the public hospital.
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