First, the non-news, courtesy of (more…)
To stave off a case of terminal boredom, I decided to check in on some of my favorite social media sites tonight to see if I could entertain myself. I never know what I’ll find when I log on to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Tumblr at any given moment. Let’s see if there’s anything worth reading and sharing tonight.
… Myron’s re-hearing before the North Miami Beach Code Enforcement Board on January 9, 2014? You might recall that EX-Mayor Myron Rosner and his wife, CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE SARAH ZABEL, filed an appeal to the 11th Judicial (Appellate) Circuit Court of the citations they received for their three separate code violations. The Appellate Court sent it back to the Code Enforcement Board for a re-hearing.
Thanks to Code Compliance M̶o̶r̶o̶n̶ Manager, Eric Wardle, who initiated a “Code Waiver Program,” (more…)
Details are still sketchy, and I’m told that the PIO, Major Kathy Katerman, is on her way to the scene, (more…)
Okay, yeah. Maybe it is just me.
This morning it struck me that this is the last day of the shortest month of the year. Oddly … or maybe not so oddly, that random thought then compelled me to find out why February has only 28 days – and 29 in leap years – while the other months have 30 or 31.
I mean, seriously, couldn’t one of the other months have (more…)
As everyone and their dog knows by now, North Miami Beach City Attorney Darcee Siegel was fired at the last City Council meeting on February 18, 2014. Councilwoman Marlen Martell made the shocking motion from the dais, which was seconded and approved, and then “told the Miami Herald that she had grown weary” of Darcee’s “poor communication” and “overstepping her bounds,” and on that night she “exploded.” (Her words, not mine.)
While that was an unfortunate choice of words, (more…)
The two Resolutions on the table that I blogged about this morning in A Motto to Live By just FAILED by a 3-2 vote!
Mayor Lucie Tondreau and Councilwoman Marie Steril cast the two votes in favor, while Councilman Scott Galvin, Councilwoman Carol Keys and Councilman Philippe Bien-Aime voted against the proposals to keep the potentially (more…)
Three dudes are sitting around, watching the game, having a brew. Some chick knocks on the door, walks in and accuses one of the friends, Mathieu, of stealing her cash outta her car (more…)
A couple days ago I received a call from a North Miami Beach resident I hadn’t heard from in a long time. This resident used to be extremely active in the community, but dropped off the face of the earth when he got pissed off at a City Council decision last year. Oh, well. See ya.
It would have been nice to hear from him if he hadn’t started out the conversation with, “I heard (more…)