Mayor Appoints Panel To Examine Bids For Miami-Dade Sewer Overhaul

, Daily Business Review

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Rather than scrap bids on an $80 million sewer project that has faced a challenge on ethical grounds, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez is appointing a committee to provide a final ranking on the two finalists.

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  • Honesty Always Wins...

    It is no surprise that after CH2M Hill delivered a secret package of documents, hand-delivered directly to selection committee members, our Miami-Dade County officials now are instructing proposers to "do not contact directly any selection committee member or other evaluation committee member".

    This is the reason why lawyers whom engage in unethical behavior give the rest of the profession a bad reputation. It also corrosively erodes the public trust of the elected and other public officials whom ultimately decide these awards.

    Public Trust is a good thing to achieve, and Mayor Gimenez as well as the Board of County Commissioners should be commended for pursuing it.

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