Have Corruption Allegations Made Miami Uninvestable?

  • Published by Peter Zalewski
  • 11/20/2023
  • 10:40:01 AM

In this episode of the “Miami Reporters Roundtable Podcast With Peter Zalewski of Condo Vultures®,” a panel of four former journalists discuss how Miami’s business community – new and old – is interpreting the multiple allegations of corruption against various city leaders.

The discussion is based on this story from CBS News Miami: “Diaz De La Portilla, Gabela Headed To Runoff For Miami Commission – District 1”

Here’s a link: ‘https://www.cbsnews.com/miami/news/diaz-de-la-portilla-gabela-headed-to-runoff-for-miami-commission-district-1/

This week’s panel is comprised of Zalewski (@PeterAZalewski) along with former business reporters John Fakler (@JTFakler), Jean Gruss (@JeanGruss) of GrussPR.com and political consultant Eleazar Melendez (LinkedIn.com/in/eleazar-david-mel%C3%A9ndez-67788956/).

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