But there is more.
When Lynda Bell was Mayor in Homestead, just like with the chain link fence company that came out of left field, Lynda came up with legislation to get a new towing company. The towing company hired had ties/was owned by arrested Sweetwater Mayor Marono, another T Party friend of Lynda's I would suppose.
A few months later Lynda Bell's daughter (the one who owns the fence company) got a job with the Sweetwater Police Department. That was after she was fired from Homestead for pulling a gun on a boyfriend. How did she get that Homestead job anyway? I was told her training was a special deal that they had discontinued but reinstated for Jenna. But I don't know if that is true. Rumors fly.
Anyway now the fence company is working with the towing company:
Is the fencing company getting jobs because of the Lynda Bell connection around town? Let's hope the El Nuevo Herald and Miami Herald will sort it out. From the Fence Assured Website it looks like the new company has very big jobs and that they are doing a lot of chain link fencing.
You can see it in the photo above from her website.
|The building in this photo taken this morning is in the background on Lynda Bell's Daughter's Fence Assured website.|
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Lynda, in my last post, said on the video that chain link fences look good in the front of houses and that was one of the reasons why she filed the legislation to allow it. This is from the Fence Assured website of the before and after:
All I can say is woof! Where is your taste Lynda? You think that looks good?
SEE PART 3