As reported last week, Kelvin Baker tendered his resignation as city manager of Lauderdale Lakes at a commission meeting on September 13, 2016. The Commissioners refused to even address this issue and adjourned the meeting with no discussion.
The updated Sun Sentinel story about the meeting is even more hilarious.
Commissioner Gloria Lewis, who once publicly balked at hiring people who are “not my color”, now publicly “compared Baker to former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.”
Commissioner Lewis went on, “It’s like we’ve got a gangster team coming into Lauderdale Lakes and not listening to us. We have not had enough time to talk about this budget.”
In response, Baker replied, “I have been called things that I’ve never been called ever before.”
He obviously doesn’t read this blog. Continue reading