Rating agencies are assessing Miami-Dade's plan to sell $563 million in bonds to pay for Marlins stadium construction.By MATTHEW [email protected] votes clearing the way for a new Florida Marlins ballpark done, the final hurdle before construction now begins: borrowing the money to pay for it.On Tuesday and again Wednesday, county leaders are meeting with rating agencies that will assess Miami-Dade County's financial condition and its plan to sell $563 million in bonds to pay for construction of the Little Havana stadium and refinance existing county debt.The three agencies -- Fitch, S&P, and Moodys -- are expected to rate the bond proposal before the end of next month. County Manager George Burgess said the county then plans to ``go to market in either late May or...

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