|This is why I like and respect Rebeca Sosa (From Miami Today)|
Okay I have two beef's with Rebeca Sosa. One is her odd favoritism of the back-stabbing Lynda Bell. That I settled long ago. I guess we have to agree to disagree, it will bite her in the ass someday like it bit Natacha Seijas.
The second is, why can't you get your protege, Marco Rubio to meet with Scientists about sea level rise concerns in Florida? Rubio has yet to take the invitation. Maybe you can persuade him. Sing him a song or something (Rebeca Sosa has a beautiful voice). You can get him to do it. We can make it a fun tea party for him.
Why I like County Commissioner Sosa: Read the article from Miami Today above. Isn't this what we want in an elected official? It is what I want. We are in the midst of bidding a $1.6 billion dollar sewer contract at Virginia Key. I was concerned that sea level rise would not be part of it since Virginia Key was once under water it should be a concern. I am glad Rebeca is on top of it and wants to: "include the possibility of sea level rise in every detail of the infrastructure."
I also like her concern with favoritism. If I were a more palatable candidate I would love to be on the committee. I need some extra Christmas presents and Heat Tickets. I am sure I could weasel a lot from the bevy of lobbyists. Still waiting for my David Beckhan's signed shirt to not write about Soccer Stadiums anymore.
Thank you Rebeca for the good things you do, like turning off Jeffrey Bercow's microphone. That was priceless. With you, I take the good with the bad because it is mostly good. BTW, look into why Johanna Faddis moved out of Lynda's office. You might be very surprised to see what is going on with Eddie under Lynda's nose. Bell knew about it from the start. I have witnesses. It is against County regulations if it is true and I believe the stories. Talk to Faddis. And, yes I know she is a convicted liar, but I have those pesky witnesses I can produce for you.
The Sea Level Rise Task Force is holding their 3rd meeting. They are looking for community advice. I have some advice: Stop building in South Florida before Flood Insurance is more expensive than the house. (This is why I am never put on any committees, besides my propensity to be easily bribed).