Others say such criticism is unfair. "Ms. Love's in a tough spot, with the tenants on one side and Dade County HUD on the other," says Ophelia Little, vice president of Scott's tenant council. "But she worked hard for the people here, without a lot of support from outside."
Should an election be held, Little won't run. "Too much fussing," she observes. But she is confident that Love will A and that she'll emerge victorious. "No one else wants that job," Little says, laughing. "Why would you? You don't get paid. All you get are complaints.