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1 BROWARD COUNTY PBA DAILY CLIPS September 21, 2016

2 MEDIA OUTLET: Sun Sentinel HEADLINE: Hallandale's London, Lazarow under investigation BYLINE: Susannah Bryan LINK: STORY: Commissioners Keith London and Michele Lazarow are under investigation by the Broward State Attorney's Office for possible violations of the state's Sunshine Law, a spokesman confirmed Tuesday. State Attorney's Office spokesman Ron Ishoy says prosecutors are looking into a complaint sent to their office by Mayor Joy Cooper over the summer. "They are breaching the Sunshine Law and this is not something new," Cooper told the Sun Sentinel late Tuesday. "It is a disgrace. And at least, finally, someone is looking into it." In a letter dated July 6, Cooper accuses her two political rivals of breaking the state law that prohibits public officials from privately discussing matters that will come before them. Cooper claims Lazarow knew which item London wanted pulled from the agenda during a City Hall meeting April 18. "It is my understanding that commissioners/board members are not to discuss items that will become before them," Cooper wrote. "It is obvious and was heard by those seated next to Board Member Lazarow she had first-hand knowledge of what item Board Member London was going to pull." City Commissioner Bill Julian fails to show at Hallandale public meeting Hallandale Beach Commissioner Bill Julian's chair was empty Wednesday night at City Hall. Neither London nor Lazarow could be reached for comment Tuesday. London and Lazarow are not the only Hallandale Beach commissioners under criminal investigation. Commissioner Bill Julian has been under investigation since Aug. 26. The State Attorney's Office confirmed the investigation just three days after WPLG-Ch. 10 aired a report stating Julian had been caught on audiotape saying he may have taken favors from a developer. Julian has told the Sun Sentinel he will be vindicated, but has declined further comment. Julian and Lazarow are seeking re-election Nov. 8. Julian has one opponent, real estate broker Anabelle Taub. Lazarow is facing two challengers, former commissioner Alex Lewy and retiree Ann Henigson. Lewy confronted Lazarow with news of the investigation Tuesday during candidate interviews with the Sun Sentinel Editorial Board. Lazarow was taken aback, saying she knew nothing about an investigation. Cooper, an ally of Julian's, told the Sun Sentinel in late August that she was meeting with prosecutors in reference to London and Lazarow, but would not disclose specifics at the time. 1

3 Lewy said Cooper told him about the investigation a week ago. "This is clearly disturbing," Lewy said late Tuesday. "[London and Lazarow] are constantly communicating and going into the back room together." At least one resident thinks both inquiries are related to the city's upcoming election. "It's politics in Hallandale," said Bob Selz, a regular at City Hall. "I'm not surprised. So much of all this is just hearsay. We'll see what the investigation says." Sam Kaplan, a resident since 1980, agreed. "It's just politics," he said. "That's all it is." 2

4 MEDIA OUTLET: Sun Sentinel HEADLINE: Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Hollywood police in 2014 incident involving mentally ill man BYLINE: Brian Ballou LINK: story.html STORY: When Hollywood police responded to a call two years ago of an unruly mentally ill man, they used excessive force after subduing him with handcuffs and leg shackles, repeatedly tasing him as he lay face down on the ground, according to a lawsuit filed against the department. Daniel Tyson lost consciousness minutes after being tased near the 1800 block of Jackson Street on Oct 27, 2014, and was pronounced dead a short time later. The lawsuit, filed in US District Court in Fort Lauderdale on Sept. 16 names the city, twenty unnamed Hollywood police officers, and Taser International as defendants. According to the lawsuit: "Mr. Tyson was repeatedly tased in the presence of other officers who did not intervene to stop the tasing, a neighbor then observed officers on top of Mr. Tyson...about two or three minutes later, officers finally turned Mr. Tyson's body over, his body was limp, one of the officers removed Mr. Tyson's leg shackles." Tyson was acting erratic prior to the officers arrival. He was naked on his balcony "talking to the air and a tree," a neighbor told authorities. The landlord called police and informed them that Tyson suffered from mental illness. By the time police arrived, Tyson was wearing a robe, according to the lawsuit. Tyson picked up a sundial and approached an officer, and the officer told him to stop or he would get tased, according to the lawsuit. The officer deployed his Taser and then flipped Tyson to the ground, where Tyson was handcuffed and shackled. But even after he was subdued, officers stomped on his leg and repeatedly tased him, according to the lawsuit. The suit alleges wrongful death on the part of the city and the police department. Joe Kalbac, the attorney representing the family said: "The Hollywood police have been investigating this case for two years and have yet to release any info regarding the their use of the Taser and the medical examiner's report. We would hope that a judge would order them to disclose that information. This shouldn't have happened, he wasn't a threat to anyone, once they get him under restraint he wasn't a threat to anyone." The lawsuit also alleges that Taser International was negligent for allegedly not instructing officers on the proper use of their Tasers, and for producing "an unreasonably dangerous product capable of causing injury or death." 3

5 Jeffrey Sheffel, city attorney for Hollywood, said the city was served notice of the lawsuit on Tuesday. "We plan to investigate the claims and vigorously defend the city," Sheffel said. 4

6 MEDIA OUTLET: Sun Sentinel HEADLINE: Florida law enforcement seeks statewide anti-terrorism squads BYLINE: Jim Turner LINK: story.html STORY: Intent on preventing another mass nightclub shooting or a repeat of incidents this past weekend in New York and New Jersey, Florida's top cop wants to bulk up the state's anti-terrorism efforts. As state lawmakers face the prospect of a lean budget for the upcoming fiscal year, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement on Tuesday rolled out a proposed 7 percent increase in spending, a $20 million hike, along with a desire to extend federal terrorism statutes to state law enforcement. FDLE Commissioner Rick Swearingen told Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet members that legislative proposals from the agency include a measure to criminalize "certain terrorism-related activities" at the state level. After the meeting, Swearingen said additional details about changes to state laws would be available as the legislation is drafted and advanced. The annual legislative session starts in March, with the fiscal budget taking effect July 1. "These laws will give the state the same authority that currently only federal agencies can pursue," he said. About $6 million of the requested funding hike would cover the cost of seven anti-terrorism squads, including an agent-in-charge, 37 specialists and eight analysts. Crime Stoppers announces cash rewards of up to $25K for tips that lead to terrorism arrests Crime Stoppers announces cash rewards of up to $25K for tips that lead to terrorism arrests One of the squads would be assigned to work with federal agencies in Miami, Swearingen said after the presentation. "I attended funerals with the governor," Swearingen said in recalling the aftermath of the June mass murder inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. "I went to the morgue. We can never let that happen again here in Florida. I think these positions will help us to do that." The proposal was welcomed by Scott and Cabinet members. "I am pleased to see you taking elements of anti-terrorism legislation that has historically been left to federal statute and rolling it into state (law)," Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said. "I'm a little surprised it hadn't already been done." Scott, who abstained from a vote to accept the agency's budget proposal, will use the input to help craft his own budget proposal for lawmakers to consider in the 2017 session. FDLE's budget this year totals $293 million. After the meeting, Scott said the state needs to be ready to spend more to combat terrorism. 5

7 "We know what happened in Pulse, where 49 individuals lost their lives and then we had all those people injured," Scott said. "So we all have to understand that we live in a time where people want to do harm to our country." In addition to the funding request, of which about $9.5 million would come from trust funds rather than the general revenue, Swearingen said the agency is reinvigorating the "See something, say something" program. He pointed to this weekend's bomb-related incidents in New York and New Jersey. "The incidents in New York and New Jersey, had it not been for someone calling in a suspicious item, those bombs would have gone off during the race, which would have been similar to the Boston Marathon," Swearingen said. "The same when he (the suspect) was captured. Someone called it in." A single suspect has reportedly been arrested in the New Jersey and New York incidents. One of the pipe bombs tied to the suspect went off without causing injuries before runners were to participate in a charity 5K race in Seaside Park, N.J. 6

8 MEDIA OUTLET: Sun Sentinel HEADLINE: Four of nine Broward commissioners elected only by Democrats BYLINE: Brittany Wallman LINK: story.html STORY: Dale Holness's re-election this week brings to four the number of county commissioners who were elected by Democrats only, on the nine-member board. In each case, a write-in candidate shut non-democrats out of participating in the primary election, and then the write-in candidate withdrew. Of the current County Commission, only one was elected in a contest that gave voters the traditional Republican vs. Democrat choice. When the commission is newly formed after the November elections, only four members will have been elected with full voter participation, four by Democrats only, and one without requiring election at all, because no one opposed him. Democrats make up slightly more than half the active registered voters in Broward, according to the latest figures. That means Republicans and independents (officially "no party affiliation") are about half, as well. But they've had little to no chance to choose Broward County commissioners. In part, it's because Republicans don't usually field a candidate in the county races. Democrats dominate Broward politics. But it's also because of write-in candidates. Write-in candidates able to create closed partisan primaries are often used to manipulate elections. As we reported previously, political operative Andrew Ladanowski admitted he nudged a write-in candidate into the elections supervisor race, so Republicans couldn't vote for Brenda Snipes, a Democrat who had been appointed by a Republican governor. (Ladanowski's favored candidate, David Brown, lost anyway.) A write-in candidate has almost zero chance of winning, but for some voters who don't want to support the establishment candidate, it's their only alternative. So some voters actually do vote for them. In County Commissioner Barbara Sharief's 2014 race, for example, 1,615 people voted for the write-in candidate who opposed her, according to the county elections office. What's been happening lately in Broward is the write-in drops out after the primary, leaving non- Democrats without any opportunity to vote at all. Here's the rundown on the nine member County Commission and how they got into office: Dale Holness: Won Democratic primary against Sen. Chris Smith on Aug. 30, then all three write-in candidates withdrew. Won on only Democrat votes. 7

9 Nan Rich, commissioner-elect: Won Democratic primary on Aug. 30 against Jim Norton, a former Republican who might have benefited from Republican participation in the primary. Write-in candidate withdrew shortly thereafter. Won on only Democrat votes. Rich supporter Judy Stern, a political consultant and lobbyist, was the notary for the write-in candidate, records show. In November, will take the seat currently held by Marty Kiar. Marty Kiar: Was elected without opposition in He's leaving to become property appraiser, a seat he also won without facing a challenger. Mark Bogen: Won a five-way Democratic primary on Dec. 4, 2014, an election that had to be postponed twice because of litigation over a write-in candidate in his race. The candidate said he was legitimate and not in the race as a political ploy, though he was friendly with Commissioner Holness's daughter, and Holness supported one of Bogen's opponents. The write-in withdrew after the primary and Bogen was elected, on only Democrat votes. The lawsuit, filed by Republican attorney Bill Scherer, eventually was decided by the Florida Supreme Court, which reaffirmed that write-in candidates constitute opposition and can close a primary on a partisan basis. Quentin "Beam" Furr: Won Democratic primary against former state Rep. Joe Gibbons in The write-in candidate then departed the race, and Furr was elected on only Democrat votes. Tim Ryan: Was elected this year with no opposition. Previously won a three-way Democratic primary against Charlotte Rodstrom and Ken Keechl. Only Democrats could vote in that primary. In the November 2012 primary, his write-in opponent got 1,564 votes, or about 2 percent. Barbara Sharief: Beat Alexandra Davis in the 2014 Democrat-only primary. Then faced a write-in who got 3.3 percent of the vote in November. Lois Wexler: Won her final county re-election in 2012 without opposition. She's nearing the end of her last term due to term limits. Chip LaMarca: Elected in a fierce 2014 general election face-off with Democrat Ken Keechl. LaMarca is the only Republican on the County Commission, and also the only commissioner elected in a Republican vs. Democrat race. (Former Commissioner Stacy Ritter was elected in a Democrat vs. Republican race in 2012, but she recently left to become tourism president. Her seat is open.) For the November elections, there are two traditional partisan races. To fill Wexler's seat, former state Sen. Steve Geller, a Democrat, faces former county emergency operations chief Chuck Lanza, a Republican. To fill Ritter's open seat, Parkland Mayor and Democrat Michael Udine faces Republican Randal Cutter and write-in candidate Raymark Alberto Clement. The exclusion of independent and Republican voters means candidates don't have to moderate their views to the whole political spectrum. 8

10 The way Florida elections law works, a primary is open to voters of all political stripe if all the candidates are from the same party. But if a write-in candidate files, that person is considered opposition in the general election, regardless of his or her party or chances of winning. The person pays no filing fee. 9

11 MEDIA OUTLET: Sun Sentinel HEADLINE: Miramar commission to consider raising fees for homebuilders BYLINE: Brian Ballou LINK: STORY: Developers of residential units may soon find it much more expensive to build here. The city commission is expected to consider Wednesday night a proposal to increase by 48 percent the fees it charges developers for every unit built. As the city stretches outward and upward with new housing units to accommodate a steady increase in population, approximately 10,000 new residents annually, builder fees support police and fire protection and parks and recreation. The builder fees collected by the city are used to pay for public facilities and services for new development, said City Manager Kathleen Woods-Richardson. Some of those fees have not been adjusted in years and existing taxpayers are footing the bill for growth, she said. "Current impact fees do not adequately cover the capital costs for new development, which places the burden to fund these costs on existing taxpayers," she said. For a three-bedroom home, the police protection fee would jump from $222 to $736. The fire protection fee would increase from $209 to $574. The parks fee would increase from $1,486 to $2025, and the recreation fee would jump from $1,210 to $1,277. Altogether, the increase would be $1,485 per unit. The city hired the Public Resources Management Group, Inc., a consulting firm, to evaluate the current fees and recommend adjustments. In its 60-page report, the firm included a survey of fees from other cities in South Florida. Of 33 communities in the survey, the average fee for police protection is $291 and for fire protection $495. Miramar's population is about 133,000 and there are approximately 38,100 residential units, according to U.S. Census statistics. In 2000, there were 73,000 residents and 23,000 units. Doug Buck, the director of governmental affairs for the Florida Homebuilders Association, said charging those fees is like cities playing a "shell game." "It won't be the developers who are going to pay the fee, that's for sure," Buck said. He said the added cost of building will be passed to the home buyer, either through a higher purchase price or cheaper finishes. "They might not get the nicer kind of tile... somewhere the cost will be put back on the taxpayer," Buck said. 10

12 MEDIA OUTLET: Broward Beat HEADLINE: Miramar commission to consider raising fees for homebuilders BYLINE: Buddy Nevins LINK: STORY: Gone from the Broward County Democratic Party s September meeting Tuesday was the casual confidence of a November victory. Gone was the blasé belittling of Republican nominee Donald J. Trump s chances. Gone was the dismissal of Trump s supporters as a marginal group of bigots and fools. All it took was a downbeat 10-minute speech by Broward Democratic Leader Mitch Ceasar to bring reality to the activists. He warned that the nation s voters were boiling with resentment towards the status quo and that could propel Trump to victory. Do not misjudge the level of anger. We do this at our own peril, Ceasar said, adding that so much was at stake because Trump was unqualified and erratic. Referring to his long history as a Democratic activist including two decades as chair of the local party, Ceasar said, In 40 years, I have never ever been scared before. Not because he s a Republican. Because he s unreliable. How many of you are scared? Ceasar asked the crowd of roughly 200 Democrats. Hands flew up around the Edwin F. Deike Auditorium in Plantation. It was a sobering night for Democrats, who have been watching Hillary Clinton s lead in Florida and national polls evaporate. Democrats, who took it for granted a month ago that Clinton would waltz into the White House, were told they would have to make extraordinary efforts for her to win. This is going to be close, Craig Smith, a Clinton senior advisor told the group. He put the eventual vote spread between the two candidates in Florida at 1 percent. The Clinton campaign has labeled Broward as the third most important county in the nation necessary for a victory, Smith said. Miami-Dade County is first and Philadelphia is second. Broward s key role is why the Clinton campaign is putting roughly 100 paid campaign workers here. More are being sent to Miami-Dade. This is ground zero, Smith said. The future of our county is at stake. He implored local activists to immediately join the paid workers and round up votes for Clinton. 11

13 Volunteers working with local Democratic grassroots organizer and party officer Cynthia Busch are currently signing up new voters. Busch s troops are also calling 55,000 voters identified as Clinton supporters and encouraging them to vote by mail. Broward provided President Barack Obama with a 264,000 margin in Obama won the state by roughly 74,000 votes, or.9 percent. Democrats want more Democratic votes out of Broward this year, or at least enough to match The problem is that the county s turnout has been dropping for years. Broward had the worst turnout of any large Florida County in the compared to a statewide average of 72 percent. Democrats have set a big goal for themselves this year: Raising Broward s turnout to 70 from 66.8 percent. To drive up that turnout, Democrats are putting $100 million into television ads, Smith said. Yet, he cautioned, that the election in Florida wouldn t be won on TV. This is a state that will be won on the ground. It will be won in the street. It will be won on the doorsteps, Smith said. Ceasar dangled a major incentive for Democrats to not just support Clinton, but work for her campaign: If Broward delivers an unprecedented vote margin for Clinton, Trump cannot win Florida. Without Florida, Trump can not win the presidency. If we win Florida, that s the ballgame, Ceasar said. It s up to all of us. Tuesday was Ceasar s first night back as chair after a temporary leave he took to run for Broward Clerk of the Court. He lost the campaign in the August primary. After the election, Ceasar is stepping down. Democratic precinct men and women will choose a new party chair before the end of the year. 12

14 MEDIA OUTLET: Miami Herald HEADLINE: Miramar commission to consider raising fees for homebuilders BYLINE: Armando Salguero LINK: STORY: In the days following their much-heralded pregame protest in Seattle, the four Miami Dolphins players who kneeled during the national anthem decided they needed to move past making people aware of what they see as social inequalities for black people, and start doing something about it. The players decided it wasn't enough to point out that some black men are being shot by some police at a seemingly higher rate than anyone else even as they continued their kneeling protests last Sunday in New England. The four Kenny Stills, Jelani Jenkins, Michael Thomas and Arian Foster decided they needed to move into a solution mode. And that's what Tuesday was about for the players: Taking a first but significant step toward finding solutions to the problem. So with support from the Dolphins organization, and RISE (The Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality a nonprofit Dolphins owner Stephen Ross founded to promote understanding, respect and equality), the four players invited community leaders, police officers, and team personnel to a Dolphins Town Hall to discuss the issues of concern and start looking for ways to address them. "In terms of what happened the players that chose to take a knee really wanted some conversation and dialogue to happen," Dolphins Director of Player Engagement Kaleb Thornhill said Tuesday evening. "Obviously some of them were aware of RISE but not to the extent of what is beginning to happen around the country with what Mr. Ross created. What we wanted to do is put them in a position to speak with RISE to talk about action because that's what they wanted. "Obviously, they wanted awareness, but they also wanted to do something proactive and doing something within the community and reaching out and being part of the solution." Thornhill, Dolphins Senior Vice President of Communications and Community Affairs Jason Jenkins, and the four players spent time last week finding a way to start a dialogue within the community to brainstorm for solutions. They invited police. And on Tuesday Colonel Steve Kinsey, the Undersheriff of the Broward County Sheriff s Office, Miami Gardens Police Chief Antonio G. Brooklen, and Miami-Dade Schools Police Chief Ian A. Moffett went to the team facility for the town hall. They invited community leaders who devote much of their time working with youth. And Booker T. Washington High School football coach Ice Harris, Carol City High School football coach Aubrey Hill and Columbus High School football coach Chris Merritt went to the team facility for the town hall. 13

15 They wanted people engaged with youngsters in the inner city and sports so they invited Luther Campbell -- Uncle Luke or Luke Skyywalker to those who know him in the community or as a rapper and record label mogul and he came to the town hall. Dolphins staff came. Dan Marino came. Jason Taylor came. Nat Moore came. The four players had already spent time on the telephone with Robert O'Neill to gain from him his thoughts on the meaning of Old Glory and Star Spangled Banner. O'Neill, by the way, is a former Navy sailor, Navy SEAL and Member of SEAL Team Six. He is, by most accounts, the man credited with taking the shots that killed Osama bin Laden during a May 2011 raid on the terrorist's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Yes, for God and Country. The players also spent time on the telephone with a retired U.S. Army Captain who received the Medal of Honor at the White House in 2015 for his actions during Operation Enduring Freedom. Both O'Neill and the captain made their perspectives about flag and country clear to the players. The captain, I am told, said to the players the right to protest is one of the rights he fought for. During the meaty part of the two-hour town hall the four players explained to the police, to Dolphins staffers, to every one of the 50 or so people present, why they kneeled. None of the players were available for comment on this Tuesday night although explained their reasons in the locker room after the Seattle game. "What was talked about was really the players went through and clarified why they decided to take those actions when they chose to take a knee," Thornhill said. "They clarified that they have the utmost respect for military members and law enforcement and it was about something bigger than that. They wanted to see change, knowing there are social inequalities that currently exist. They wanted to start a dialogue around those. The guys did a great job of explaining, which led to feedback from community leaders." The police officers and youth coaches spoke as well outlining from their perspectives why the issue exists and obviously giving their opinions on the topic. Police protocols were explained. The officers also discussed how some changes are in the works and some challenges are keeping some things as they have always been. A source said one officer related a story in which he met a 5-year-old who told him he didn't like the officer. The officer asked why. "Because you're going to kill my daddy," the boy said. 14

16 "The police officer said he was heartbroken and told the boy, 'I'm going to throw a pizza party for you and your friends.' And the kid looked at him like he was crazy and a week later the police officer came back and threw a pizza party for the kid at school," the source said. "And now the kid wants to be a police officer some day." And then the agenda moved to the solutions stage. The first step was to see what a solution looks like. The idea was to set a vision for how things should be, or how everyone would like them to be. That was followed by a game plan building stage meant to attack the problem. This is where solutions were offered. Those included: Focusing on kids in schools and better educating them about police. Getting more police participation in community events. One idea is going to be implemented first as in Sunday when the Dolphins play their home-opener against the Cleveland Browns at Hard Rock Stadium. The team will host a pregame tailgate that will bring youngsters from hard hit neighborhoods and families to Hard Rock for a tailgate that will also be attended by police officers and other youth leaders. And after that tailgate, everyone will go inside the stadium to watch the Dolphins play the Browns. Although all the details have not yet been worked out, the four players pledged to pay for the purchase of food and other items for the tailgate event and tickets to the game. The idea behind the tailgate event is to encourage interactions between kids and police. "Those kind of conversations is where there's mutual respect and people aren't seen as abstracts," my source told me. "They're seen as human beings." Said Thornhill: "The players want to be fully embedded into the doing part. Knowing they're time is limited during the season...they wanted to do something this year. With the tailgate idea, I know they may not be able to be there with the obligations of the game, but maybe there's a chance for us to integrate into the schools on a Tuesday or on a community service day with some law enforcement or during the offseason where they can get into the doing that. "They're not shying away from using funds or innovative ideas that lead to solutions. We're not just trying to bring awareness. They're fully engaged into solution-based ideas dealing with social issues they feel extremely strongly about." 15

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