CRESPOGRAM REPORT
JUNE 12, 2014
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After several hours of public debate and a threat by Commissioner Keon Hardemon to invoke the 5 Day Rule, the City Commission voted to allow the Referendum on whether the Skyrise Tower should be allowed to be  built on the waterfront, but deferred the vote on approving the renegotiated contracts with Bayside Marketplace and Skyrise until the June 22nd meeting.


If that seems confusing, it is and it isn’t.  Commissioner Hardemon raised some very compelling questions about the funding by Bayside of the Bayside Minority Foundation that could not be dealt with during the course of the meeting, so after a sidebar meeting between the Commissioner, the representatives from Bayside and I believe Jeffrey Berkowitz’s representatives - although I’m not sure about that - this decision was reached, and while the Referendum vote was approved, if there is no resolution to the issues and concerns that Commissioner Hardemon and others in the community have about this foundation and it’s role in the community, and the contracts are not approved on the June 22nd meeting, then the referendum will be pulled from the ballot.


I will be writing more about all this in a couple days, but I’ve been going all out now for a couple weeks and I’m going to take a break for a couple days to sort all of these issues out in my own mind and do some research before writing about them.



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ANOTHER BAD DEAL FOR MIAMI
IT WAS A SPLIT DECISION: CITY COMMISSION VOTES TO PUT SKYRISE ON AUGUST BALLOT, BUT DEFERRED THE VOTE ON THE CONTRACTS TILL NEXT MEETING
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