Letter to Ananth Prasad:
TODAY the City of Miami Commission is slated to adopt by resolution two agreements with the state of Florida and the federal government giving the City of Miami sole control over "mural" advertisement billboards on buildings facing our expressways. These agreements are based on misrepresentations and falsehoods promoted by the City of Miami and the outdoor advertising industry.
BELOW ia a copy of a letter from William Brinton, Esq., national expert and litigator, to the Florida Secretary of Transportation, detailing the level of dishonesty and/or ignorance of the facts of the City of Miami in this matter.
This issue is of such local, state and national significance that Mr. Britton has traveled to Miami yesterday to meet with City Commissioners.
Mr. Brinton can be reached at 904 673-1652 or firstname.lastname@example.org. He is joined by Peter Ehrlich of Scenic Miami. Hopefully you will do your customary in-depth coverage of this public policy travesty. Peter Ehrlich said: "Bill's goal was to get the offensive legislation deferred. The proposed legislation (RE 7 and RE 8) will allow many more massive billboards to be installed on buildings facing highways."
Barbara K Bisno
Scenic Miami-Dade County, Inc.