Approval is given for the sale of $92 million in bonds -- a lower figure than expected -- for parking-site construction at the Florida Marlins' new ballpark.BY CHARLES [email protected] commissioners gave staff the green light Thursday to move forward with the sale of $92 million in bonds to build the parking sites at the Florida Marlins' new ballpark.That cost is lower than anticipated, in part because extensive preconstruction work has been completed -- but mainly because construction costs have lowered due to the sour economy.In October, after a contentious debate, commissioners had agreed to bond out $120 million to build six parking sites with almost 6,000 spaces around the under-construction park in Little Havana.But that figure sparked an outcry -- as city leaders...

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