South Florida Business Journal - by Oscar Pedro Musibay As much as $9 million from Miami’s general fund reserve could soon be available to city officials to cover preconstruction costs on the Florida Marlins ballpark garage.On April 23, city commissioners are expected to consider approving the $9 million advance, which would be paid back in January using proceeds from the city parking garage bond. But, that bond has yet to be finalized.The proposal has at least one city commissioner worried.Marc Sarnoff said he was concerned about drawing any money from the reserve for the garage.“It concerns me if you go to the reserve whenever you want to do something and pay it back with bond dollars,” said Sarnoff, who didn’t know about the plan’s details until a reporter notified him.“What if the...

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