According to the Miami Herald:
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle will chair the selection committee to replace Christopher Mazzella who retired after 14 years at the post.
I would have applied except they required 10 years as either a law enforcement officer, judge, government attorney or managing an investigative public agency (was that added for Ethics Commission Advocate Murawski?).
Apparently the only thing I am qualified for is County Commissioner...and I may run, it might be fun.
In 2012 the Inspector General found that the Miami Heat owed the county $3.1 Million. Why didn't the County collect yet?
While the inspector general did not turn up any fraud by the Heat, Mazzella concluded that a "number of questionable expenses were charged against arena revenues, thus lessening the county's prospects of receiving its proportional share of arena profits."
His nine-month investigation followed a New Times report that despite getting $72 million in taxpayer subsidies to run the Triple A and raking in a fortune since LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined the franchise, the Heat has avoided sharing any revenue with the county.
Apparently the County pays absolutely no attention to the IG even when it is about money. Do we really need one?