This full-page advertisement that ran in the Miami Herald was bought by Relentless for Progress. It is a lengthy letter by the committee’s chair, Miami Beach Commissioner Jonah Wolfson. The ad criticizes veteran journalist Michael Putney in response to a column Putney recently wrote in the Herald’s opinion pages that blasted the committee for raising money from Miami Beach developers and vendors.
This full-page advertisement that ran in the Miami Herald was bought by Relentless for Progress. It is a lengthy letter by the committee’s chair, Miami Beach Commissioner Jonah Wolfson. The ad criticizes veteran journalist Michael Putney in response to a column Putney recently wrote in the Herald’s opinion pages that blasted the committee for raising money from Miami Beach developers and vendors. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff
This full-page advertisement that ran in the Miami Herald was bought by Relentless for Progress. It is a lengthy letter by the committee’s chair, Miami Beach Commissioner Jonah Wolfson. The ad criticizes veteran journalist Michael Putney in response to a column Putney recently wrote in the Herald’s opinion pages that blasted the committee for raising money from Miami Beach developers and vendors. Joey Flechas Miami Herald Staff

Journalist Michael Putney responds to Miami Beach Commissioner Jonah Wolfson's attack ad

August 24, 2015 05:50 PM

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