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THE LAS OLAS CAFÉ INQUIRY

The New (Pigeon) Sidewalk Café December 2013

David Arthur Walters< miamimirror@gmail.com> Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 10:21 AM To: "Castor, Jeannie" <JeannieCastor@miamibeachfl.gov> Cc: "Echert, Georgie" <GeorgieEchert@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Marquez, Manny" <MannyMarquez@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Soria, Raul" <RaulSoria@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Hawayek, Barbara" <barbarahawayek@miamibeachfl.gov>, "De La Espriella, David" <DaviddelaEspriella@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Morales, Jimmy" <JimmyMorales@miamibeachfl.gov>

Dear Ms. Castor: Excellent! As I expected, the facts you have provided disprove the allegation of selective waiver of
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enforcement of Code at the Las Olas Café. The allegation was referred to IA because police involvement was alleged, and because Compliance is commanded by a police officer. However, your email did not respond to my request for an explanation of why the citation of the establishment’s new owner for an unpermitted sidewalk café apparently disappea red from the city’s online record a day or two after I called attention to it, and for information as to when and who deleted that record if anyone. I recall there is someone in IT who can answer such questions but I do not recall his name at the moment. I am suggesting to the City Manager by means of a copy of this email that he take steps to improve transparency for this kind of permitting activity so that the public may have immediate access to consolidated information instead of interrupting officials with requests. I recommend that sidewalk café permit information including issuance of permits, annual renewals, violation citations, and terminations be posted to Velocity Hall. As far as I am concerned, all types of permitting should be posted to that system for immediate public online access, including, for example, sign permits. The enforcement of signage code is lackadaisical hence the majority of signs go unpermitted. Thank you again for your assistance. Please forward this email to someone in IT who can answer my question about the apparent deletion of the record of the sidewalk café violation at Las Olas Café. Sincerely, David Arthur Walters Cc Jimmy Morales, City Manager Cc. Capt. De La Espriella, Commander Internal Affairs Attached: Image - new sidewalk cafe at Las Olas Cafe Attached: List of Velocity Hall permit record today, noting disappearance of one record
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2 attachments Las Olas Pigeon Cafe.jpg 224K 2014-01-08 Las Olas Permit Record to Date.pdf 283K

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[NOTE: CURIOUSLY, NO TABLES AND CHAIRS WERE OBSERVED ON THE SIDEWALK UNTIL THE LAST QUARTER OF 2010, ALTHOUGH THE BELOW ACCOUNTING REPRESENTS THAT PAYMENTs OF SIDEWALK CAFÉ FEES WERE MADE IN YEARS PRIOR TO 2010. EDITOR]

Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at Castor, Jeannie< JeannieCastor@miamibeachfl.gov> 5:36 PM To: David Arthur Walters <miamimirror@gmail.com> Cc: "Echert, Georgie" <GeorgieEchert@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Marquez, Manny" <MannyMarquez@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Soria, Raul" <RaulSoria@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Hawayek, Barbara" <barbarahawayek@miamibeachfl.gov>, "De La Espriella, David" <DaviddelaEspriella@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Morales, Jimmy" <JimmyMorales@miamibeachfl.gov>

Mr. Walters, Upon further research, I see that Las Olas Café LLC had not applied for a sidewalk café. As per city code, Sec. 82-382, the customer has to first apply before being granted a sidewalk café. This would explain why they were cited for having the chairs and tables. For further information regarding Sidewalk Café Permits, please click on the link: http://library.municode.com/HTML/13097/level5/SPAGEOR_CH82PUPR_ARTIVUSPURIW_DIV5SICA_SDIIPE.html#TOPTITLE To obtain a Sidewalk Café Permit application, please contact our Public Works Department located at 1700 Convention Center Dr, 4th Floor, Miami Beach, Fl 33139. They can be reached at 305.673.7080. With regards to the closed account Las Olas Café, please see below: FISCAL YEAR PENALTIES Application fee $150 TOTAL AMOUNT Sidewalk State Sales Café fee Tax $1260.00 $88.20

2012/2013 (FEE OF $20/SQ FT.) 2011/2012 (FEE OF $20/SQ FT.) 2010/2011 (FEE OF $17.50/ SQ FT.) 2009/2010 (FEE OF $15.00/ SQ FT.) 2008/2009

N/A

N/A

$150

$1260.00

$88.20

$110.25

$150

$1102.50

$77.18

$125.57

$150

$945.00

$66.15

N/A

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(FEE OF $15/ SQ FT.) 2007/2008 (FEE OF $15/SQ FT.;CHRG FOR A QTR) I hope the information helps you. Should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our offices at 305.673.7420 or 305.673.7440. Best regards, Jeannie Castor
From: David Arthur Walters [mailto:miamimirror@gmail.com] Sent: Wednesday, January 08, 2014 12:16 PM To: Castor, Jeannie Cc: Echert, Georgie; Marquez, Manny; Soria, Raul; Hawayek, Barbara; De La Espriella, David; Morales, Jimmy Subject: Response in re 644 6th St - LAS OLAS CAFE

N/A

$150

$236.25

$66.15

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Response in re 644 6th St - LAS OLAS CAFE
4 messages David Arthur Walters< miamimirror@gmail.com> Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 12:15 PM

To: "Castor, Jeannie" <JeannieCastor@miamibeachfl.gov> Cc: "Echert, Georgie" <GeorgieEchert@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Marquez, Manny" <MannyMarquez@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Soria, Raul" <RaulSoria@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Hawayek, Barbara" <barbarahawayek@miamibeachfl.gov>, "De La Espriella, David" <DaviddelaEspriella@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Morales, Jimmy" <JimmyMorales@miamibeachfl.gov> 8 January 2014 Ms. Jeannie Castor Thank you very much for your response to my question about the permitting and receipt of fees for a sidewalk café outside of the Las Olas Café at 644 6th Street.

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First of all, my apologies for mistakenly referring you to Activity #00052774: the number is actually 00052770, which I took from Attachment B of the Memorandum re the 7 July 2011 NCAC held at the City Manager’s Office (attached). The “BACKGROUND” on the subject reads as follows: “Annually, the Finance Department, Licensing Division sends a courtesy renewal notice (Attachment A) to all permitted sidewalk cafes (Attachment B). In addition, the City's sidewalk cafe coordinator, through Code Compliance, delivered notifications of nonpayment in March and April to any sidewalk cafe owner who had not yet paid their annual permit renewal fee.” (NCAC July 7, 2011 Agenda- page #10) The information you provided makes sense. The new owner of the Las Olas Café is a LLC filed with the Secretary of State in July 2013. In December 2013 it was cited by Compliance and the tables and chairs were removed from the sidewalk café. I found the citation on Velocity Hall (attached), and I sent a copy to Internal Affairs. I was unable to retrieve it again in several attempts a few days later. The record had appeared in Velocity Hall as Case CE14001677 dated 12 December 2013 at 644 6th Street: “NOV issued for failing to obtain a sidewalk cafe permit for the SW Cafe located at 644 6th Street. Written Warning - 24 hours to comply OFC G Del Favero 716. My inability to retrieve the record again piqued my interest in allegations I still believe are baseless and think you may disprove with facts. The integrity of the record system worries me more than the permitting issue in this matter. Perhaps my inability and the inability of others to find the record is yet another instance of user error. I understand that the city invested over a million dollars in a program that tracks and identifies the person who deletes records. Would you please have the appropriate person check and let me know what if any activities took place on that record and by what authority? As for the previous owner of the Las Olas Café, which I believe was a dba of a corporation, I can say from an almost daily personal observation that the Las Olas Cafe did NOT have tables and chairs on the sidewalk from June of 2006 to the third quarter of 2010. Does the BTR record include amounts collected for the usage of the square-foot public right-away for the sidewalk café? (I also understand that there is one-time charge for each seat on the sidewalk.) Would you kindly send me a copy of your ledger or transaction record on Las Olas Cafe with the sidewalk café permit, and break out the sidewalk café annual renewal amounts on the last receipt? Your excellent service is deeply appreciated as always.

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David Arthur Walters

On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 5:29 PM, Castor, Jeannie <JeannieCastor@miamibeachfl.gov> wrote: Good afternoon Mr. Walters, As per your request, there is a current BTR for Las Olas Café LLC, which includes restaurant and food sales; there is no sidewalk café at this location. However, on August 22, 2013, we received a request to close the BTR for Las Olas Café, which included a sidewalk café. The two companies are not the same although the names are. The activity number that you provided, #00052774, according to our records seems to have no association with Las Olas Café or Las Olas Café LLC. The name of the company was Lotus Bistro & Lounge DBA Cavalier Crab Shack. It was located at 1320 Ocean Dr and was requested to be closed on April 2, 2013. Thank you, MIAMIBEACH Jeannie Castor, Financial Analyst I FINANCE DEPARTMENT 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139 Tel: 305-673-7000 Ext 6188, Fax: 786-394-5374 www.miamibeachfl.gov We are committed to providing excellent public service and safety to all who live, work and play in our vibrant, tropical historic community

2 attachments 644 6th Street LAS OLAS CAFÉ TOTAL OF ITEMS APPEARING 7 JANUARY 2014.pdf 207K 2011-07-11 Las Olas Sidewalk Cafe Listed Compliant.pdf 7733K

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644 6th Street LAS OLAS CAFE SIDEWALK CAFE PERMIT
David Arthur Walters< miamimirror@gmail.com> Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 3:02 PM

To: "Echert, Georgie" <GeorgieEchert@miamibeachfl.gov> Cc: "De La Espriella, David" <DaviddelaEspriella@miamibeachfl.gov> Cc: Mayor Phil Levine <PhilipLevine@miamibeachfl.gov>, Commissioner Micky Steinberg <MickySteinberg@miamibeachfl.gov>, "Grieco, Michael" <michaelgrieco@miamibeachfl.gov> Dear Ms. Echert: Please advise what your records show for the Las Olas Cafe sidewalk cafe permitting at 644 6th Street. I do not see that it was ever permitted on the Velocity Hall record, but I found a report to the Commission that the cafe was in compliance on 1 October 2010, Activity 00052774. As you can see from the attached, I discovered a recent violation (the cafe was removed), and reported it to Internal Affairs, but then I was no longer able to pull the violation up on Velocity Hall. Thank you for your excellent service. David Arthur Walters 644 6th Street LAS OLAS CAFÉ TOTAL OF ITEMS APPEARING 7 JANUARY 2014.pdf 207K ATTACHED RECORD FROM VELOCITY HALL

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Address 644 6TH ST Miami Beach, FL 33139 42030091810 Top of Form
ParcelDetail

Parcel Number

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File Date Status Status Date Valuation Fees Payments Balance Description

Bottom of Form 2013-12-20 CLOSED N/A $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 NOV issued for failing to obtain a sidewalk cafe permit for the SW Cafe located at 644 6th Street. Written Warning - 24 hours to comply OFC G Del Favero 716

View Map (Click the "Back" button on the browser to return to Permit Manager.) Contacts Name Business Relationship Phone Name

LAS OLAS CAFE, LLC. N/A APPLICANT N/A VT

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COMMERCIAL HOLDINGS LLC N/A OWNER

Business Relationship

---------- Forwarded message ---------From: David Arthur Walters<miamimirror@gmail.com> Date: Sat, Jan 4, 2014 at 12:35 PM Subject: Please help: Possible Police Involvement in Selective Code Compliance Enforcement To: "Morales, Jimmy" <JimmyMorales@miamibeachfl.gov> Mr. Morales, I must be mistaken, but could you have someone in your office check, because when I came back to Accela to check for CE14001677 as per my below inquiry to IA, the record of the violation no longer appears there. I do not believe the rumors but want to clear the air ("que escandala" is the word I heard with rolling eyeballs there). Surely all must be proper since Mr. Gongora had an award presented to the Las Olas owner and, for some reason, had Elsa Urquiza there to receive it, for the cafe's service to the community. Thanks! David Arthur Walters APPENDED: City Commission Meeting City Hall, Commission Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1700 Convention Center Drive, July 13, 201110:48:17 a.m. PA9 Certificate Of Recognition To Be Presented To Las Olas Café And Owner For Their Long Standing Contribution To The City Of Miami Beach. (Requested By Commissioner Michael Góngora) ACTION: Certificate presented. Commissioner Góngora introduced the item and stated that Benson operated the Alton Road Supermarket and then in 1996 started Las Olas Café with much success. Since then they have been featured in Wall Street Journal and several national newspapers. He thanked him for his contribution to the City. He also asked Elsa Urquiza to accept the certificate along with Benson. Mr. Benson spoke. *“Benson” is actually Vincent Diaz, principal in Dove Foods, Inc., which owned the fictitious name Las Olas Café and did business at 644 6th Street as Las Olas Café. The new owner is the limited liability corporation Las Olas Café LLC, established October 2013. Editor]

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---------- Forwarded message ---------From: David Arthur Walters<miamimirror@gmail.com> Date: Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 11:22 AM Subject: Possible Police Involvement in Selective Code Compliance Enforcement To: "De La Espriella, David" <DaviddelaEspriella@miamibeachfl.gov> Cc: Raymond Martinez <RaymondMartinez@miamibeachfl.gov> [CAPT. DE LA ESPRIELLA OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS DID NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL] David ( if I may), My understanding of Spanish is minimal, but the scuttlebutt regarding the disappearance of the Las Olas Cafe Cafe (tables and chairs on the sidewalk) after over two years is that it was "protected" by the police because the owner was a cop "in with the Cubans", but the place was sold to a Mexican, so Code Compliance, which is "run by a cop," made him take get rid of the tables and chairs. I believe the cafe was actually permitted by the previous owner at one time, but I do not know where to find that info online if it exists as it is not in the Velocity system. But the recent violation is there. I had trouble believing the scuttlebutt, and asked George Castell to look into, but I regret that I did so, because he took the liberty of filing formal complaints in my name, although I told him I did not wish to file complaints, regarding whether or not code is complied with or situations are permitted et cetera. Perhaps this is a matter you may be interested in. I do not know if there is a policy against favoring a waterhole by not enforcing some code. It appears that Code Compliance does not enforce some kinds of violations unless someone complains, and that is within its discretion. It seems that selective enforcement if any should be uniform as a matter of stated policy, as police departments sometimes do. You have been around a long time. What is up with this that you know of?

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Best Regards, David

[GEORGE CASTELL DID NOT RESPOND TO THIS COMMUNICATION]

28 December 2013 George Castell, Supervisor Code Compliance Division Building Department CITY OF MIAMI BEACH Re: Las Olas Café Sidewalk Café Mr. Castell: A few weeks after we conferred on 26 July 2010 at the Las Olas Café on the SE corner of Sixth and Euclid, a favorite hangout for city employees including Code Compliance officers, a sidewalk café with tables and chairs was established alongside the establishment, on Euclid. That resulted in a considerable increase in traffic and therefore revenues to the establishment. Two weeks ago, around 13 December 2013, the sidewalk café was removed and signs posted outside as follows (image attached): CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS:
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By order of the city and, for the time being, we have been requested to remove the sidewalk furniture. We apologize for the convenience. Thank you for your patronage. I inquired about the removal and was informed that it occurred because the business had been “sold to a Mexican” and that the previous owners “did not take care of the permit.” It was suggested to me that this is a case of selective enforcement, and that it had damaged the business, but the persons commenting declined to be named. I believe I have been misinformed. You will recall that, during the Las Olas conference two and a half years ago, you insisted that your Division does not engage in selective enforcement, and that my subsequent investigation of numerous unpermitted sidewalk café operations and signage violations on Washington Avenue revealed that enforcement was not selective, unless random enforcement is a selection method, despite the allegations of two owners who believed they were discriminated against because of their cultural backgrounds. I want to prove that this new rumor of selective enforcement is false, but to do so I need information on the incidental permitting and citation that is not “online” or immediately available to the public, as it very well could be. At least my requests for online access to permitting and violation records have been ignored as well as my proposal that all such information be placed online so the public can help enforcement officers do their jobs without wasting their time with record requests, or being forced to file complaints to discover violations when there may be none, so they can be blamed for enforcement if violations are discovered. So it is with my apology, and my assurance that I do not intend to insult you and your good crew with a baseless insinuation of selective enforcement, that I ask you to check the database that you have access to, and advise me of when an application was made and approved for the sidewalk café in 2010, and when and why the establishment was cited for the violation requiring removal. I am confident that the facts will show that everything is shipshape except for the opaqueness of the enforcement system that arouses unnecessary suspicions in the minds of civilians. Thank you for your excellent service. Sincerely, David Arthur Walters

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Typical South Beach Journalist Excerpt from ‘Las Olas Conference Report 26 July 2010
Again, I was not at the meeting to make trouble. I could have noted that a crime rate can go down when laws are not enforced or laxly enforced. Instead, I cited some facts: “What about the knife fight in the alley right there last week or so, or the gun fight there a couple of months ago? That part of the alley stinks so badly from human waste sometimes that people have to cross the street. What about the woman that was dragged down the alley behind the grocery store there, a block away, raped and stabbed? What about the woman that was stabbed in the neck around 7th Street and Meridian at about six o’clock the other morning? What of the woman on the same block who was stabbed 17 times a while back by a man who was wanted for murder in Guatemala? What about the 23-year old with a long criminal record who was shot to death a week ago in that nightclub over there?” – I forgot to mention that the restaurant where she was sitting had been robbed recently, and that the manager of the place said she had been terrorized just the night before. “I’m glad you’re asked about those things,” Officer Doty said with a smile. “That’s enough,” Ms. Bernstein said, ordering me to be quiet, insisting that we move on. “But look behind you, right over there.” “Shush!” “You shush. You and your city manager should shut up and listen. Look right behind you, on the corner, there is a violation in process, someone who must be reached out to.” I was pointing at a man who had been living in his car near the corner for two years, urinating in bottles and defecating in bags, which he threw along with other trash onto the curb. He was just getting out of his car, half dressed. He had gotten himself a residential parking ticket so his car would not be towed. He had obtained temporary parking permits during Urban Ghetto Week, probably from someone in Compliance, and sold them to visitors. Some residents brought him food, but many residents had complained about the waste and parking situation to compliance officers, who said they could do nothing about him. Officer Doty waved her magic wand. Suddenly three detectives were on him, flashing badges. Both he and his car were gone within 5 minutes, and we have not seen his car since. “You should have told us about this. We need the people’s help.” Officer Doty said. Page 14 of 15

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“That’s right,” Mr. Castell chimed in. “We depend on people to keep us informed so we can enforce the law.” “You could go to our Citizen Leadership Academy,” Ms. Bernstein said. “I’m already a citizen, and I do what I can to help. And that has put me at risk. A police offer mistakenly came to my door the other night after making two arrests. After he left, the drug dealers in the apartment in front of me came out and pointed me to the Honduran dope dealers next door, who were relatives of one of the busted men. A citizen I am, but I would not want to be a leader given what I have seen thus far (I was getting a little angry at the suggestion to be their good little citizen) so please don’t send me to your Leadership Academy, I would be ruined.” “Look, this guy living in the car,” I continued, “has been living there for about two years, and has been littering the curb. Everybody knows it, the Parking Enforcement guys who hang out here know him, the sanitation workers know he is there, the cops see him all the time, people have complained, sent in emails, nothing was done.” # Ms. Bernstein had given up on even trying to run the meeting according to the agenda she was referring to. I felt a bit sorry for her. She looked weary. She was just trying to follow the usual procedure, and, alas, a pesky insect from the neighborhood actually showed up and insisted on buzzing around. “We do not selectively enforce the code,” Mr. Castell said out of the clear blue. Why in the world did he say that? I wondered to myself, astonished. Melville used to ask, “Coincidence or God?” Or was it that notion Jung came up with, what do you call it? “As a matter of fact, I have evidence, some of it photographic, of selective enforcement of the code, and the persons fined believe they may have been discriminated against because of their Muslim religion. Of all the outside umbrellas on sidewalk cafes that have the Coca Cola name and symbolic bottle on them, including one across the street, Crazee Olive was the only place fined.” “What? Where is that?” Mr. Castell proceeded to draw a map. “Here.” “Oh, that guy, Mohsen,” indicating he knew one of the partners. “Good bye,” Ms. Bernstein said, getting up and leaving #

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