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September 20, 2017


Hours After Hurricane Irma, Miami-Dade County Tickets Residents For Code Violations

(Thanks to Ranald Adams)


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"Garbage pickup is Wednesday in this neighborhood."

"We just had a f#cking hurricane!"

"Not my problem."

"Is this machete your problem?"

As the great Taylor Swift would sing: "A coders gotta code, code, code".

Just because you've had a major hurricane and lost everything you own is no reason to be lazy. Get that roof out of the road!
Actually I'm speechless. I cannot believe they would do this to people who had just been through such a traumatic experience. People in Florida need to remember these commissioners names when the next election rolls around.

Well that particular code is there for a reason. It is to prevent neighborhood children from wandering into your yard and falling in your pool. Then again, what sane parent would let their child wander around a neighborhood full of downed trees and power lines from the hurricane? Common sense is not a requirement for government employment.

And yes, I live in Miami and the wood fence surrounding my property is all down. I can't even get the material much less the laborers to fix it. I did put up a temporary wire enclosure but more to keep my 3 dogs in rather than the hordes of lost children out.

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