The City Council of cash-strapped Miami learned recently that it may be forced to pay property taxes on four parking garages nearing completion to service the Marlins' new baseball stadium, according to the Miami Herald.

The city sold $100 million of bonds to build the garages assuming that they would be exempt from taxes.

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