We wonder what State Rep. ($) Hazelle Rogers did with her $50,000 bribe.


One wonders if State Rep. ($) Hazelle Rogers kicked all/any/NFW of the $50,000 earned as a (cough) city lobbyist on the the Dwight Stevenson contract to the Farm project. What $50,000 bribe, you say? You remember this, don’t you? Farm the work out to Dwight’s company, earn a $50,000 stipend under the table? We wonder … just how deep is the Rogers/Jon Allen connection? Keep in mind the Library parking lot issue, where Allen had to get it done at all costs.  No matter what laws were broken. L Lakes H Rogers Food Dist 3

Hazelle Rogers … under investigation and still winning awards.


Florida Legislators Honored with 2013 Legislative Appreciation Awards The Florida League of Cities honored the following Florida legislators with Legislative Appreciation Awards for their tireless efforts to protect the home rule powers of Florida’s cities by supporting the League’s legislative agenda during the 2013 legislative session. *** Wonder how Hazelle Rogers received this award? She is under investigation for pressuring Dwight Stevenson to pay $50k for lobbying efforts for the Library project for the City of Lauderdale Lakes that she represented as a Commissioner at the same time and also not reporting it to the IRS. The League of Cities awards for this type of activity? Let’s give them a break and say they did not know. But now they shall…

Update: We can call this the Tale of Two Cites Plus Much More


Recently Kennie Hobbs was outed for having two loans for two different houses in Lauderhill through the Lauderhill Housing Authority of which he is the Executive Director. And as reported at least the last loan of $315,000 was from pension funds of the city. And as reported these loans are not made anywhere else in the state. So one has to really wonder where Hobbs is coming from with his excesses.