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Sometimes you have to wonder if Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is secretly planning to close down Miami Beach by 11 p.m. and have all residents in bed by midnight.
The other day he managed to get Miami Beach commissioners to vote unanimously
And now here's an email (embedded below) that Levine sent out today regarding the city's Memorial Day Weekend preps.
In the email, Levine says "for more information on the city's detailed Memorial Day Weekend plans, please visit www.respectthescene.com"
Well, I wanted more info, so I headed on over to respectthescene.com.
Here's what I saw:
But when I texted 61721, this is what I got back:
But here at Random Pixels, we don't give up so easily.
So I decided to try a few of the "important numbers" listed at respectthescene.com.
Hmmm, let's try the Miami Beach Tourism Hotline, 305-673-7400.
I did, and this is what I got:
OK, dead end there.
Let's try the number for Miami Beach Information, 305-604-2489.
Ring, ring: "Thank you for calling the City of Miami Beach...for questions regarding noise complaints, water leaks, building permits, garbage pick-ups....blah, blah, blah."
Yeah, that's the kind of info someone here for Memorial Day Weekend needs.
Way to go, Phil!
By the way, Mayor Levine does suggest you kick off the holiday weekend by stopping by the Visitors Meet and Greet Center on the MacArthur Causeway - eastbound across from Jungle Island - Friday night starting at 7 p.m.
For your convenience, the center will be staffed by some of Miami Beach's finest who will be more than happy to help you finalize your holiday weekend plans. Have three or four drinks before you arrive.
But be sure you leave your styrofoam containers at home.