21 hours ago
Incumbent South Miami mayor Philip Stoddard won reelection to a third term last night, with a galloping 62 percent of the popular vote. 1897 ballots were cast, representing 26 percent of eligible voters. Running for city commission, former mayor Horace Feliu -- a stand-in for Florida Power and Light -- lost to Walter Harris by a 20 point margin; the second time Feliu has been turned away by South Miami voters.They left out Gabriel Edmund also trounced Donna Shelly for the commission seat that Valerie Newman vacated. Congratulations to Mayor Stoddard, Commissioner Harris and Commissioner Edmund.
MIchael Miller said...
Here's what I heard: Horace and two other people were out campaigning and parked their car in a friends driveway.Upon exiting the car,Horace walked across the street and started talking to a gentlemen who was in his garage. Horace chatted for about 10 minutes about the election and about the gentlemen's dune buggy.
At some point, Horace asked him about the Stoddard sign that was attached to the street sign.Horace pointed out the the sign was illegally placed on city property.The gentlemen said that it wasn't his and Horace asked if he could remove it. Which he did. Soon thereafter, the woman of the house objected to the removal and Horace suggested that if she wanted the sign, that it be moved off the public swale and placed on their own property. The women agreed and Horace carefully placed it on their own property and not on public property.
Next..Back to where Horace had parked his car(across the street from the dune buggy.) Horace and two others were invited in and spent more than five minutes inside his friends home and they were told by the homeowner that the Walter Harris sign that was on the side of their property line did not belong to them and that they wanted a Horace sign.
Horace then went to the side neighbor and asked if the Harris sign belonged to them,which they denied. At their request, Horace put up his sign and the Harris sign was removed and given to them.
And BTW, Horace's car did not have signs in it that belonged to Harris, Stoddard,or Obama nor Clinton or Christy
So there ya go..Another way to look at that event.Essentially through his interpretation of events, Mr. Miller is calling William "Billy" Calcoa, the man who made the report to the police, a liar. While most of his comment is hearsay, he does go on to state this part as fact:
And BTW, Horace's car did not have signs in it that belonged to Harris, Stoddard,or Obama nor Clinton or ChristyOh, ok. Glad Mr. Miller is taking inventory of what's in Mr. Felieu's trunk, thanks for that.
Horace pointed out the the sign was illegally placed on city property...and Horace carefully placed it on their own property and not on public property.Honestly, WTF? This part's my favorite though...
So there ya go..Another way to look at that event.Ok, granted, that is another way to look at the event but so is blaming the whole thing on aliens, only thing is, the alien version of events is more probable than Mr. Miller's!