The city of Miami Beach has spent almost $2 million on its centennial celebration programming and concert, and many famous residents, such as Gloria Estefan and Andrea Boccelli, signed on to give a free concert for residents to celebrate our beautiful city’s birthday.
The only problem with this massive concert is that, instead of seating residents in front, where we should be given the amount of taxpayer money involved, the residents are relegated to the back while the $500 tickets are up front.
The residents of Miami Beach should be front and center for this celebration. We still have time to change this and do the right thing before the concert on March 26.
Kristen Rosen Gonzalez,
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