Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Seen Yesterday and Today In Miami. By Geniusofdespair

Here is what I saw of note yesterday and today -- yes I did make it out of my house:

Miami Herald's Daily Q Today

Pedestrian in North Miami Beach

Miami Dade County's Property Appraiser Carlos Lopez Cantera at his Swearing-In Ceremony.

Commissioner Francis Suarez - The next Mayor of the City of Miami?

Two shady characters at the Swearing-In of the Property Appraiser.

John Renfrow, Director of Water & Sewer Department (head of the department with the most unfunded infrastructure in the County), caught twiddling his thumbs.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing the four percent in favor of maintaining the sugar policy are Fanjul family members and servants.

Japolina said...

Forget the politicans. I want to know more about the guy in the red suit!

Anonymous said...

The collection of smarmy slithering creatures at the Lopez swearing in ceremony is a perfect representation of everything that is wrong with our local, state and national government! Birds of a feather....scheme together!

Anonymous said...

I think that suit is fuchsia Japolina.

Anonymous said...

How would the assembled cast of political pro's voted on the matter of the sugar subsidy in the Herald poll?

Anonymous said...

If only that idiot Garcia hadn't ignored foreclosure sales when it came to property valuations.

I hope that boneheaded policy was worth it to him.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or does Renfrow look like a sewer rat?

Anonymous said...

Suarez for mayor would be a travesty for our city.

Craig said...

renfrow = crypt keeper

Anonymous said...

You would think that with all of his money, John Renfrow would be able to afford a better dye job. The old man looks silly with that jet black hair.

Anonymous said...

city of miami elections are going to be very interesting this year. tomas regalado, frank carollo and francis suarez are running for mayor. regalado and suarez would divide the district 4 votes while carollo wins the district 3 (his district) and takes a big chunk of the anglo and black votes. carollo would be the next mayor of miami.

something you should look into.

Anonymous said...

We hear Frank Carollo is very disliked within his own district. He refuses to make appointments to see his constituents and many people say he lives full-time in another district in violation of the City charter.

Of course, Francis Suarez has conflicts based on all the money he has been taking from the outdoor advertising industry.

Anonymous said...

Why is it that you two never write anything about that creep Marc Sarnoff, do you have some sort of affinity for his ways or are you just friends?