Tibor Hollo Hires Lobbyist To Change Height Restrictions

Tibor Hollo has hired a lobbyist over height restrictions in Miami-Dade.

Rosario Kennedy, a former Miami commissioner, registered with the county as a lobbyist on April 11, records show.

Kennedy represents Hollo, the registration states. The matter represented is listed as “Amend Building Height Restriction within the HSA (Heightstructure Set-aside District) as per Section 33-347,” a reference to the county’s building code regulating height limits.

According to Kennedy’s website, she has worked on projects including One Biscayne Plaza and Villa Magna.

Also on April 11, commissioners approved a first reading of a rule that could allow exceptions to the county’s height limitations, although only in limited areas near the airport.

 

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Anonymous
3 years ago

Tibor is 91 and still in the game. I have a 79 year old uncle who cannot even dress himself. Kudos Mr. Hollo.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Years of living on a bad diet and that’s the effect from it you’re seeing in your uncle.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Not cool.

Anonymous
3 years ago

When you eat fast food, chicharrones, and pastelitos de pseudoGuava, that’s the end result. Tell your uncle to go a detox regimen. In a month he’ll be running a marathon

wolfgang731
3 years ago

You sure are taking some serious liberties regarding the gentleman’s diet. Unless you personally know him and what exactly he eats, your comments serve no purpose other than to show you to be a self-righteous moron. Some folks are just beyond the pale

Anonymous
3 years ago

Damn wolfgang731, you just said the man’s uncle was hopelessly destined from the beginning.

Anonymous
3 years ago

That’s OK anonymous, Wolfgang is apparently living in a bubble.
I’m sure I hit it on the dot describing the man’s diet. Perhaps I failed to mention a few other items like washing it down with soda.

Jesus
3 years ago

Not a fan of lobbyists but I’ll give props to Kennedy if she pulls this off.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Does it hurt to just raise the height limit to 1,200 or 1,300 feet in the downtown / Brickell zones? I’ve never seen planes fly too low around those areas

Anonymous
3 years ago

It’s about an engine failure during the start with reduced thrust and rate of climb and not normal procedures. Look at Southwest yesterday.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Correct, odd this article comes one day after the engine malfunction yesterday… Occasionally the planes fly too close for comfort in edgewater and downtown.

Anonymous
3 years ago

200 or 300 ft won’t make much difference.
Even in the Edgewater and A&E areas should have megatall towers

Andrewn2
3 years ago

They say until it’s their plane about to hit the building.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Most of the time when a planes falls from the sky, it slams into a building no taller than two stories.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Most of the time, the don’t hit any buildings.
Trees, oceans, rivers, golf courses, mountains, but very very rarely buildings.

Anonymous
3 years ago

What I saying is when a plane does fall from the sky and slams into a building, most of those buildings are no taller than two stories.

marc
3 years ago

What are the new heights being proposed? The heights in that image are the current ones.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Ya know, I was actually wondering the same thing.

Anonymous
3 years ago

Tibor Hollo is the OG.
What are the new heights?
Why was the most important detail to the story left out?

Anonymous
3 years ago

Additionally, for what address?

Ick.
3 years ago

Rosario Kennedy always gets hired by the sleazy developers.