Saturday, January 28, 2012

Catching Up

Unelected commissioner, Richard Chervony expressed his thoughts in a recent Miami Sun Post Weekly article on the resignation of Frank Rodriguez. Chervony, who poses as a doctor despite never having been a licensed physician, says:

“I would like to hear the voice of the opposition,” Chervony told the SunPost. He feels the minority view needs representation on the commission.

Let's take this apart:

  • Rodriguez did not speak for a "minority." The majority of the voters rejected the candidate strongly backed by Chervony and the CFD.
  • Chervony led his comrades in the Citizens for Full Disclosure to hound the duly elected mayor out of office by taking a tax matter that she herself had brought to the Tax Assessor's attention and presenting it as fraud.
  • Our sitting mayor, founding mother of the CFD, Connie Lim-Kreps, was installed as commissioner when she won a lawsuit not an election.

His statement that he and his compaƱeros represent a majority of anything but a small group of people who manipulated the system to take over our commission, an un-elected junta, is just a lie.

And the organization, founded by Richard Chervony and Connie Lim-Kreps? Well, it's now down to two married couples and was recently heard from in a mass email sniping that former commissioner Rodriguez had done extensive renovations to his house and claiming to prove it by attaching two blurry photos purporting to be a before and after. Of course it shows only that these two couples, the entire CFD, spend their time stalking people they don't care for.

Apparently their real target is the city building official.

There's a meeting next week of the commission, Tuesday, February 14 at 7:30 PM. At that meeting the commission will appoint a replacement Treasure Island commissioner. Word on the street is that it will be James Carter of the CFD, or former Vice Mayor Rey Trujillo. It will be interesting to see what comes down.

Kevin Vericker
February 9, 2012

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