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CRESPOGRAM REPORT

NOVEMBER 12, 2012

WE EXPECTED NOTHING LESS
IT’S A BEND OVER AND WOULD YOU LIKE TO SIT OUTSIDE? THE WEATHER’S LOVELY

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When we published the photos that Stephen Perricone had quit using the Allan Morris Brickell Park for outdoor seating last week, we knew that it would be only a matter of time before he would arrange for some sort of deal that would let him go back to treating the Park as his private property.


That happened this weekend when he started seating diners back in the park on both Friday and Saturday night.


Here are the photos.


FRIDAY NIGHT

SATURDAY NIGHT

Now, we don’t know yet, what kind of deal it is - remember this is Miami - so the odds are that just having his pal, Commissioner “Ethics” making a few calls telling city employees not to bother his pal Steve, could be enough for Code Enforcement to send over a couple inspectors to help Steve’s employees set up the tables - just like Code Enforcement folks were sic’d on a business owner in District 2, who needed a little softening up on behalf of one of the Commissioner’s developer pals.


But, you know us, we’re going to find out sooner or later, so stay tuned, because I already suspect that based on what I already know this might become a bigger story than just diners in a public park.


In the meantime, we’ll see where these Public Records requests get us.