The Real Deal Miami

South Florida leaders square off
July 26, 2010 01:30PM


Two South Florida leaders squared off in a debate last weekend on the proposed Amendment 4 to Florida‘s Constitution, which would require municipalities to get voter approval before changing existing land-use policies. Former South Bay Mayor Clarence Anthony, currently the chair of Citizens for Lower Taxes and a Stronger Economy, took the opponents’ side, while Bett Willett, South Florida regional coordinator of Florida Hometown Democracy, advocated in favor of the amendment. The first part of the debate, which was televised on WPBT, is above. Part two is below.