You are about to approve a Cuban Museum on Parcel B. Fine, use valuable WATERFRONT land to score points with a few Cubans. All I care about: does this museum have any money? Does it need to be on the waterfront? If the Perez museum needs money, what do you think this is going to cost us over the years? Wasn't this land promised to OTHER constituents as a park. I guess that isn't important. Whatever, no money for libraries, police, infrastructure is unfunded -- For instance: Cruise ships have to idle their engines all the time when in Port (do you know how much pollution that causes? Maybe it is equal to 40,000 cars in an hour for each cruise ship docked (sometimes 4). Think about that infrastructure needed. We have billions of unfunded infrastructure.
The Mayor wants to layoff detectives because of the lean budget. THINK COMMISSIONERS. The county gave almost a million dollars to a defunct school according to an Inspector General Audit. Something is very, very wrong and you guys had better start thinking instead of pandering. Use what little brainpower you appear to have to make sense of the county. We need you to stop voting on new things and fix what we have. All of this was in today's Miami Herald. Do you even read?
And ask for an audit of the damn budget.
P.S. Does anyone remember those old Mickey Rooney movies where the world is collapsing around them and they say "Let's have a Show"? Well this is the same, the world is collapsing around the County Commission and they say: Let's build a stadium or museum. Yep, that will fix it.