City Commissioner Mark Samuelian is proposing a city resolution in hopes of persuading county leaders to allow condos and apartments to open pools.
“It’s a place for people to enjoy the outdoors. Frankly, I think that would help alleviate some of the pressure that we’ve had, for example at South Pointe Park,” the commissioner said.
The city leader supports closing South Pointe for now because of the problems and leaving other parks open.
He also knows new Federal worst-case death toll projections have been revised to 135,000 deaths by August. But he says the city is moving at a pace that’s safe and backed by data.
“The key to social distancing is to not have too many people so we can do proper enforcement and to also protect the safety of our front line employees,” the commissioner said.
May 4, 2020 | CBS Miami | Miami Beach Parks Open, But Leaders Forced To Close South Pointe Over Social Distancing Rule Breakers