Frantzie Watch: Gone, baby, GONE!

North Miami Beach Faux “Commissioner” Frantz Pierre’s days on the dais are finally OVER!

According to a Memorandum to the Mayor and Commission from City Attorney Jose Smith, L’il Frantzie P’s duties as an “elected” official were officially terminated as of January 17, 2018.


Even though it’s common knowledge that Frantzie won his last “re-election” (and most likely all of them) by absentee ballot fraud, he has managed to keep his seat on the dais since 2007 thanks to Miami State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle’s refusal to arrest him.

North Miami Beach residents can finally wake up from that 11 year nightmare!

City Attorney Smith obtained a legal opinion from Jean Olin, Esquire, the city’s outside counsel during it’s most recent Charter Review, which culminated “in the November 8, 2016 election when the residents voted overwhelmingly to approve the existing charter.”

In other words, Ms. Olin is the go-to expert on the North Miami Beach City Charter, and especially Section 2.5, which reads:

A quorum of the City Commission at any regular or special meeting shall consist of five members. Except as otherwise provided herein, the affirmative vote of a majority of the quorum present shall be required upon any matter submitted for consideration of the Commission. If any Commissioner has failed to attend a meeting of the City Commission for a period of one hundred and twenty (120) days, the seat of such Commissioner shall automatically become vacant.

Based on the fact that “as of January 17, 2018, Frantz Pierre has not attended Commission meetings for 120 days,” his seat is officially VACATED!

The best part of all is that this “automatic” vacancy is “mandatory and not subject to the discretion of of the City Commission.”

No matter how much Frantzie’s Partner-in-Crime, the likewise fraudulently “re-elected” Phyllis Smith squawks about his ejection from the dais, there’s not a damn thing she can do about it.

City Attorney Jose Smith recommended that a Special Commission Meeting be called to discuss filling the vacancy.

Oh, yeah.  Justice has been served!


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  1. J Rafi Muniz Rosario says:



  2. WebDude says:

    Don’t let the door hit you in the azz on your way out!


  3. NMB Lady says:

    Wow, I wonder where he’s been while collecting our money?


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      Doing what Frantzie does best…

      Scamming money out of other politicians by promising to work on their campaigns.

      Oh, and stealing money from churches.

      You know, the usual.


  4. Dean says:

    He’s going to sue for sure.


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      Of course he will.

      And he will lose.


      By the way, did I mention that on January 10, 2018, United States District Judge Frederico A. Moreno dismissed Frantzie’s frivolous discrimination lawsuit against the city? Stay tuned for that story.


  5. Michael J. Casey says:

    How sweet it is!!!!


  6. […] Pierre, first elected to the city commission in 2007, could not be reached for comment. His removal was first reported by blogger Stephanie Kienzle. […]


  7. […] ejection of Frantzie from the dais the very next day was indescribably […]


  8. Barbara Shaheen says:

    How do I get in touch with Stephanie Kienzle?
    I notice she did an article on Golden Beach. My family has lived in Golden Beach since the 1940’s.
    I grew up in this Town. What has happened to me in this fiefdom should never happen to anyone in this country.


    1. Stephanie Kienzle says:

      I’ll email you.



  9. […] against City Attorney Jose Smith and former Deputy City Manager Mac Serda, but he was also finally ejected from the dais for not doing his […]


  10. […] Attorney Jose Smith announced that the absentee ballot fraudulently “re-elected,” and finally ousted, Faux Commissioner Frantz Pierre, filed a lawsuit to to keep the seat he vacated by pretending to […]


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