Wednesday, December 22, 2010
CAN MIGOYA BE TRUSTED TO RUN JACKSON?
Banker to the Developers (and now former City Manager) Carlos Migoya has his eyes set on another public perch where he continue to exercise the leadership skills he so famously showed at the City of Miami.
Rumor has it that Migoya enjoyed the public sector so much that he is now spreading his name around to be considered as the next head of Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Anyone who reads this blog, along with our friends over at the Crespo Gram and Investigation Miami, know full well that under the leadership of Mr. Migoya, the City of Miami has been an unmitigated disaster.
Not only did Mr. Migoya NOT fix the fiscal mess that is the City, but he bent over and took it when Mayor Regalado replaced him with the incompetent Tony Crapp.
Anyone with a modicum of shame, an MBA, and over three decades of experience in finance and banking would have at least questioned being replaced by someone with the thinnest resume of any city manager in past memory.
Yet, Migoya praised Regalado's selection, agreeing that the job he undertook for nearly a year, could also be done well by an incompetent lackey.
Mr. Migoya lost whatever reputation he had as a serious businessman the minute he became a shill to Mayor Regalado's incompetent circus, and especially when he allowed himself to be replaced by someone who is woefully unqualified for the position.
Mr. Migoya should salvage what little reputation he has left, and go on a bike ride in the French countryside with our pal Jorge Perez.
If Migoya could be replaced at the City by an incompetent idiot, what makes him so qualified to run one of the top public hospitals in the country?