BRADENTON, Fla. - Friday the 13th finally may be a lucky day for the Florida Marlins, the Major League Baseball team that has sought a retractable-roof baseball stadium of its own for about a decade.

Miami and Miami-Dade County officials are holding separate meetings today to act on financing and construction agreements necessary to advance the team's quest to build a $515 million bond-financed ballpark.

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