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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

AUGUST 13, 2012

MS PETER PRINCIPLE
LIFE WAS SIMPLER FOR JESSICA CAPO WHEN SHE HAD HER FEET ON THE DASH

It’s always tough having an unqualified boss, especially in Regaladoland, where the list of unqualified bosses is not only growing, but where their negative impact on morale is having an effect as some employees realize that having their salaries and benefits cut is the least of their problems.


Take Code Enforcement.  When Sergio Guadix was fired, he was replaced by Jessica Capo, who had been his 2nd in Command.  Being 2nd in Command was okay because Sergio, for all his faults, was an effective manager, and Jessica’s biggest responsibility was choosing where to have those long lunches on Friday afternoon.


The highlight of Jessica’s career as the 2nd in Command at Code Enforcement was my catching her and Sergio cruising down Biscayne Boulevard while taking a nap with her feet on the dash.

With Sergio gone, Jessica got promoted to acting Director of Code Enforcement, and I started getting emails about her lack of credentials to become the permanent director of the department.


Word reached me that in order to overcome the hurdles posed by her lack of qualifications - she supposedly lacked the accreditation from the Florida Association of Code Enforcement that were considered minimal to be qualified as a department director -  the City, supposedly on Regalado’s personal orders, went so far as to lower the basic qualifications for the job by making a high school diploma the benchmark she had to pass.


While she has yet to be officially named as the new Director of Code Enforcement, Capo has started demonstrating the classic traits of someone who has ended up on the wrong side of the Peter Principle.


Below is a copy of an email that widely widely circulated among City employees last week.

The Regalado threat machine has been in operation now for a while.  Whether it’s threatening employees that if they’re caught providing me with information they’ll be fired, or threatening employees to do things that are wrong, but that corrupt Department Directors are themselves being ordered to get done, or, as in this case, an incompetent administrator has to resort to threats because they lack the professional skills to get  what they want any other way, there isn’t a day that goes by in the City of Miami where some City employee isn’t being threatened about something.


It’s all part of the way this Banana Republic operates.


My hunch is that Tom Gonzalez will soon be out the door, because in Regaladoland, folks like Luis Cabrera, Angel “The Moron” Zayon, Madelin Pacheco, Vanessa Acosta - whose been accused of physically attacking an employee - and Jessica Capo are the kind of incompetents that thrive in a corrupt administration focused on screwing over employees and citizens.


My suggestion to anyone currently working in an environment like the one described above in Gonzalez’s memo, is to find a way ASAP to become a whistleblower, so you too can sue the City.


Like in boxing, city employees have to understand that in Regaladoland they need protect themselves at all times.


It’s Miami, Bitches!

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