|Dogs on the Tequesta Historic Site: The Miami Circle.|
These same selfish, unfulfilled people, ignoring a historic site of another culture, have made a dog park of the Miami Circle.
Thanks to the BEST Florida Inland Navigation District Board Member WE HAVE EVER HAD, Spencer Crowley III - the defecating on our Historic Site might stop. He said, according to Miami Today:
"After years of neglect, the navigation district is demanding the state meet its obligations or risk an action to recover the hefty grant." Also Miami Today says:
The navigation district and the Florida Department of State made an agreement Feb. 7, 2008, that called on the navigation district to grant the department $548,808 for the Miami Circle Shoreline Stabilization Project.
Among the department’s responsibilities under the agreement – and required by rules of the grant – is to maintain the project “in accordance with the standards and maintenance for other local facilities and in accordance with applicable health standards” and to keep the project “reasonably safe and in reasonable repair to prevent undue deterioration and to encourage public use.”
“In spite of numerous written and e-mail communications to the Department describing the deteriorating conditions and lack of maintenance of the Project, from both [the navigation district’s] Miami-Dade County Commissioner and from the Managing Director of the Miami River Commission, the Department has failed to correct the situation,” wrote Board Chair J. Carl Blow.
Before the navigation district, or FIND, moves to get back its grant money, the chair asked the secretary to intervene, the letter says.
“If this problem is not resolved, FIND may be forced to invoke the refund provisions in the Agreement. FIND considers this a last resort and we are hopeful that your intervention will make this drastic step unnecessary,” Mr. Blow wrote.
Regarding the navigation district calling back its money, Mr. Crowley said, “We hope that doesn’t happen but we’ve had no response, and I’m not optimistic it will be resolved quickly or amicably.”
Icon Residents use this as their Dog Park
According to the Miami Herald, during a native American Blessing Ceremony:
The park — no longer locally managed after HistoryMiami pulled out — is also a popular spot for dogs, including a brown and white beagle that walked Tuesday into the center of the circle and pooped just minutes before Ramirez began her ceremony.
I am not a dog hater, I had one almost my whole life. And, my dogs never were in a stroller nor did they sleep in a human bed.
...all the lonely people, where do they all come from?