Poll Results

Poll: Should Marco resident Sal Sciarrino have filed a complaint with the Economic Crimes Unit against Marco City Council member Chuck Kiester?

Response Percent Votes
No.
 
55% 144
Yes.
 
44% 114
total votes: 258

Comments » 7

happyharry writes:

Sal, looks like you deleted some important email. Maybe we should take a good long look at your email records.....what's good for the goose!!

Email obtained from Public Records......

Monday, December 12, 2005 10:54:00 AM
Message
From: Bill Moss
Vince Cautero
Subject: Fwd: code enforcement board
To: Mike Minozzi
Cc: Terri DiSciullo

Dear Councilor:

Mr. Sciarrino approached me Saturday evening and expressed significant dissatisfaction that he was not notified of the Code Enforcement Board meeting scheduled for December 13th. On Sunday I went to City Hall, picked up his agenda packet, and delivered it to his home.

I inquired with CD staff as to their notice procedure for the Code Enforcement Board. Their explanation is in the below message. Apparently they have sent an e-mail notice to him for the past year. I have asked the secretary to the board to call him to confirm whether he has an e-mail account or prefers another method of notification.

Bill Moss
City Manager
bmoss@cityofmarcoisland.com

----- Original Message -----

Monday, December 12, 2005 10:44:40 AM
Message
From: Vince Cautero
Subject: code enforcement board
To: Bill Moss

Bill,

Mr. Sciarrino was sent an email on Nov. 29, as well as the other six members of the CEB, announcing a meeting on Dec. 13. In addition, Mr. Sciarrino came into the office approximately two weeks ago to sign the official "notice of hearing" documents, as the chair is required to do prior to all CEB meetings.

In the future I will call him to assure he is aware of the meeting dates.

Regards,

Vince Cautero
Community Development Director
City of Marco Island

Tuesday, December 13, 2005 12:06:23 PM
Message
From: Bill Moss
Subject: Re(2): Fwd: code enforcement board
To: "terri626@juno.com" <terri626@juno.com>

Thanks. I did not know that. He did admit to Nancy Paton that he gets a lot of junk e-mail and he may have deleted the notice. Nancy will try to remember to call him in addition to sending an e-mail

ejburger writes:

happyharry, it's obvious you don't understand the Sunshine Law, deleting a notice for a meeting is not a violation since the notice itself is already public record.

happyharry writes:

ejburger, it's obvious you didn't get the thrust of this small collection of email.

There's nothing here about sunshine, but there's plenty to indicate that Sal Sciarrino is a confused individual.

Check with the current or former members of the Code Enforcement board and you will get the straight scoop on our Sal.

ejburger writes:

Seems to me like Kiester is the confused one, 30 years in public service and he doesn't understand public record laws??

otisishere writes:

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD....MAKE IT ALL STOP...GO FISHING...GO GOLFING.....GO AWAY AND LET THE ISLAND AND IT'S GOOD PEOPLE LIVE IN PEACE

sunalsorises writes:

Bania and Eagle Editors-Read Phil Lewis' editorial backing the rightful actions of Sal in filing a complaint about the wonton disregard for the Sunshine laws by Keister (and Forcht should not escape this investigation as he is even more disrepectful of the Sunshine laws). Why do you continue to harbor the Bania bias? Is it because the Marco Eagle tabloid editors and General Manager do not live on Marco and have contempt for the Island? Do you only see us only as advertising fodder? We deserve better.

Eagleeye writes:

Mr. Sciarrino should Just move and take all the geriatric malcontents with him. Life will be better for everyone.

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