A meeting for a South Florida city government exploded into a shouting match
over the city's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, leading the mayor to
storm out of the room as one commissioner accused her and the city manager
of failing to close the city's beaches and shutting off peoples' utilities
in the midst of the outbreak.
Via Bunny, Florida city meeting melts down as officials scream at each other over coronavirus response | Fox News
Why does it not surprise me that this took place in Lake Worthless?
And why does it not surprise me that it involves Lake Worthless Utilities?
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