The Roman Catholic World
by Marielena Montesino de Stuart
“Given the pestilential abundance of lowlifes in South Florida, it was surely possible that Perrone’s crime had been randomly observed by someone equally degenerate.” – Carl Hiaasen
Broward County, Florida has serious problems. So does Collier County. It is the Ave Maria-Jackson Lab deal. The biggest taxpayer scandal in this county’s history.
The Collier County Board of County Commissioners has refused a voter’s referendum on the use of millions of taxpayer dollars, to pay for the establishment of a genetics facility called the Jackson Lab, in Ave Maria, Florida.
The Ave Maria-Jackson Lab taxpayer proposal is now facing formidable legal challenges, organized citizen opposition– and a new commissioner named Georgia Hiller, who has a strong dislike for backroom deals.
Á propos of the circumstances surrounding this scandal, and the public’s concerns about corruption, it is good to take a moment and reflect on what is happening in Broward County, Florida:
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