Good morning, folks. Before I forget, please check the PublicStuff website to see if our North Miami Beach Peeping Tom EX-mayor Myron Rosner has reported you to code enforcement. He’s made his way to the Sunray neighborhood and is now obsessed with driveways and awnings, two of the very same things of which he himself is in violation. One of the “reported” properties is just down the street from my house, so I’d better go make sure my shades are drawn just in case he brought his Three Members with him. Ewwwww!!!
I recommend you check that website daily to see if Myron’s coming to a street near you. Gives “Who Let the Dogs Out?” a whole new meaning, eh?
Way to go, Myron!
Now, head on over to the Miami Herald’s article about how Myron is still terrorizing the residents of North Miami Beach, this time by reporting everyone to Code Enforcement. Myron posted comments!
As hard as it is to believe, his comments are even more hysterical in writing than they are during his three minutes of infamy at City Council meetings.
After being publicly and humiliatingly ousted from office and laying low for for the last year, Myron has finally come out of the closet.
Hey, Myron! You go, girl!
Talking about himself in the third person (or maybe it’s the squirrel talking), he complains about his predecessor Mayor Raymond Marin, Marin’s “landlord,” and the entire Code Compliance division of North Miami Beach. Myron, then actually complains that someone dared to file a complaint against him to Code Compliance, and that the notice of violation was posted on “the Rosner home Election Run-off day May 17, 2011.”
Oh, so THAT must be the reason he lost the election. Okaaaaay!
Third Person Myron then kvetches again about City Planner Chris Heid and accuses him again of issuing “immoral” permits. Nurse Ratched, you catch that?
He also wants you to know that “sometimes you have to lose to win.” WTF?
Sorry, Myron, when you lose, you lose. Once a loser, always a loser.
Then Myron proves for once and for all that he hasn’t learned how to count to four, by stating, “For the record, the Miami Dade Ethics Commission voted 2-1 with a statement read at the hearing of “Not Guilty.” There were only 3 members present for the vote.”
When I corrected his miscount of the Ethics Commission vote, he responded that I had it wrong. No proof of his claim. Just “Ms Kienzle has it all wrong again.”
Sorry, Myron. I’m wasn’t wrong before and I’m not wrong now.
First of all, there were four, count ‘em, four board members, present and accounted for. I have the video and, believe me, unlike Myron, I can count.
Second of all, I have the written report of the Ethics Commission, which you can also read here, which clearly states:
“After four partial days of hearings over the past several weeks, the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust (COE) completed its action on complaints (C 09-02 & C 09-04) against former North Miami Beach Mayor Myron Rosner, but deadlocked on a two-two vote. It was alleged that Rosner, who was a licensed building contractor and a member of the Miami-Dade County Board of Rules and Appeals, proposed and completed several additions to his private home that required zoning variances. As a member of the City Council, Rosner discussed his displeasure about the variance process with the city manager at the time, who told his staff to resolve the issue. Building permits were issued for the improvements that violate the city code.
Two Ethics Commissioners voted that the evidence did not meet the “clear and convincing” standard required for finding Rosner misused his authority. One member recused himself from the proceeding. Two others believed Rosner should be found guilty of exploitation of official position. Commissioner Seymour Gelber, a former Miami Beach mayor and retired judge, issued a formal statement, noting, “When the mayor told the city manager ‘make it happen,’ he sent a message to his underlings. They knew what was expected of them and they made ‘IT’ happen. You don’t get smoking guns as evidence in these kinds of cases.” Referring also to the following complaint, Gelber said “these acts will not be tolerated. Maybe both these cases will convince some public officials that their duty is not to themselves or friends but to the community as a whole.”
Hey, Myron, put on your thinking cap and concentrate real hard: The vote was 2-2, not 2-1. TWO PLUS TWO EQUALS FOUR! Are we clear on that? Do you need a calculator?
Myron must have confused the Ethics Commission members with the Three Members in his package. I’m just saying.
When I posted a response to Myron’s ridiculous comment, he immediately tried to discredit me by stating, “Our residents deserve better than what Ms Kienzle, her groupees [sic] and her blog have done with all the negativity that now exists in our City.”
So Myron is now accusing me and my “groupies” of being the cause of “all the negativity” in North Miami Beach. Pat yourselves on the back, Gadfly Groupies! We are the Champions of the World!
Then Myron tried to trick me into giving up the names of my sources at City Hall when I wrote how he keeps harassing the employees. He wanted names! Seriously! He wanted me to enlighten him! ROFLMAO!
As if I’m gonna help him build his dossier on everyone in North Miami Beach so he could further harass them and report them to Code. Um, yeah, I don’t think so.
Myron and his Three Members, a/k/a “Citizens United” want you to listen to him and visit his website because Myron, and ONLY Myron, can tell you all about “Truth and Equitable Government.” They want you to know what happened to Myron so that it doesn’t happen to you!
Myron, trust me. What happened to you is never gonna happen to us.
We don’t do stupid shit and blame it on others.
We don’t build a concrete jungle on our properties, get cited, and then ask “Why me?”
We don’t bully residents and harass employees.
We don’t sneak around town with cameras and clipboards to spy on our neighbors and create dossiers on our enemies.
We don’t wear Squirrels on our heads and talk about our packages in public.
Nope, what happens to you can only happen to you because wherever you go, you bring yourself with you.
“Spreading the Wealth”