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I must admit that until the July 12th meeting I did not know anything about this 1st Tee Program, and its impact and contribution to the lives of several thousand special needs children and adults.
I've never played golf or soccer, and nowadays barely follow any sports teams until the end of the season playoffs or championships, so on the day after the first meeting about the soccer stadium deal I drove over to Melreese unannounced, and stopped the first employee I encountered and asked where this 1st Tee Program was located.
Without hesitation, the guy told me he's dhow me around, and he did. Below are the photos that I took as the guy walked me around.
I don't normally find myself impressed by anything I find going on inside the City of Miami, but this place did impress me. It was a modern, clean, stand alone building that was organized, full of kids and staff, and I was actually amazed that I had never heard of this program because in a city full of rat-fuck dirty dealing and chicanery, this was an operation and a program that clearly deserved to be touted as something that any city would be proud to claim as a success.
Why it's never been widely promoted by the city is for someone else to question now, but I think the photos speak for themselves. (After the photos I have something to say about the Miami Springs Golf Course, the letter that Mayor Francis Suarez pulled out of his ass like a Magic Rabbit, and photos that I took that same day of that facility.)
What do you think?
CONTRARY TO THE PROMISES AND HAPPY TALK THE 1ST TEE PROGRAM AT THE MELREESE GOLF COURSE COULD BE A VICTIM TO THE GREED OF THE BECKHAM GROUP'S DESIRE FOR PUBLIC LAND