Recall those actually responsible for the Miami-Dade tax increase.
Let's see how much support Billionaire Braman will give this effort, and Mayor Regalado who begged Braman not to go after his friends Commissioners Boris Bruno and Natasha.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMedia Contact: Vanessa BritoPhone: 786.547.8084E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Petition Forms to Recall Five Miami-Dade County Commissioners to be Submitted Today
Miami, Fl (October 7, 2010) – Political Action Committee (PAC) Miami Voice heads to the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts office this morning to submit petition recall forms for five (5) of the 13 Miami-Dade County Commissioners. Miami Voice will launch a campaign to collect voter signatures calling for the recall of Barbara J. Jordan (District 1), Audrey M. Edmonson (District 3), Bruno A. Barreiro (District 5), Dennis C. Moss (District 9), and Natacha Seijas (District 13).
Miami Voice Chairman Vanessa Brito and Treasurer Barbara Walters will visit the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts office today at noon (12:00pm) seeking approval of the five petition forms. The recall effort comes as a response to the Commission vote approving a 14% property tax increase for Miami-Dade County homeowners. All five commissioners voted in favor of the increase.
“The recall effort is a direct response to the Board of County Commissioners and the decisions they have made over time that have led to this tax increase,” says Miriam Planas, Co-Chair of Miami Voice. “Residents have given commissioners countless opportunities to reverse the effects of their decisions, but they have continued to put their interests over ours. Now, we have to pay the price – this is unacceptable.”
Miami Voice’s effort is separate from Norman Braman’s campaign to recall Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Alvarez. Miami Voice supports Braman’s efforts and will collaborate in every way possible.
And what about City of Miami?
Can a recall effort for Commissioner Chairman Marc David Sarnoff, Esquire, be far away?