Topless Dancing and Big Severance: Citizens Insurance Complaints About the Media Are Pathetic
The board of Citizen Property Insurance met yesterday to consider important ways of trying to make its basically insolvent company financially sound.
Citizens is a mess. There hasn't been a major hurricane in Florida for seven years, yet the company can't get its financial house in order.
If you worked for Citizens, you'd be apologizing,. But the company's president, Barry Gilway, says it was the media's overhyping of minor improprieties that angered the public. And Board Chairman Carlos LaCasa, a legistator who once got into a fistfight with a fellow legislator, called a Palm Beach Post editorial on cleaning up Citizens "shameful."
Well, gentlemen, I would suggest it's time to reflect on your own failures. After all, we taxpayers and property owners have made you wealthy.
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