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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

JUNE __, 2013

LIGHTING UP YOUR LIFE
GOOD NEWS, MIAMI - THE CITY COMMISSION IS PLANNING TO REDUCE YOUR ELECTRIC BILL

At last, the Miami City Commission is poised to do something really good for the taxpayers.  Scenic Miami reports that the Commission will have a First Reading on a new sign code on June 27th that will allow an unlimited number of electronic LED signs to be slapped on any and all businesses that want such a sign, and best of all, instead of just the single 500 foot high Media Tower that the Commission approved in July of 2010, those kinds of Media Towers will now be allowed in various parts of the city.


So, for those of you who want to radically reduce you electric bill, reach out to your City Commissioner and let them know just how much you support this new legislation.  If it passes, a lot of you will be able to do away with any night time lighting of your home or condo.


All you’ll have to do is open your windows wide, raise your blinds, or pull back your curtains, and you have all the light you’ll need.  Why, some of you folks will think you won the lottery and got a condo right smack in the middle of Time’s Square it will be so bright.


Back in 2010, when the original Media Tower was proposed, folks who lived in the high-rise condos all around the area where the tower would light up the nighttime sky were told that probably the only way to block out the light would be with Blackout Curtains.


Media Towers have always held a special place in the heart of City Commissioner “Ethics” Sarnoff.  It was he after all who said at the first reading of that deal back in June of 2010 that he couldn’t wait for that tower to be put up because all that light would make the homeless people scurry into the darkness like cockroaches, and therefore, whenever he traveled the city in his chauffeured City SUV, he wouldn’t risk be offended by being forced to see some homeless person shitting in the street.


Good old “Ethics,”  he always puts his interests first.


So, whether it’s homeless people shitting in the street, or the City Commission shitting on the citizens, the one thing that that’s abundantly clear is that there’s a lot of shit in the City of Miami, and between the shit and the bright lights Miami will finally discover it’s true identity.


To read the copy of the ordinance, and a letter written to the Commissioners by Scenic Miami president Barbara Bisno, click HERE.

UPDATE
SCENIE MIAMI WAS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE ORDINANCE DESCRIBED BELOW WAS WITHDRAWN FROM CONSIDERATION AT THURSDAY’S COMMISSION MEETING, THANKS TO THE WORK OF OVER A HUNDRED FOLKS WHO TOOK THE TIME TO SPEAK UP AGAINST THIS PROPOSAL.

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