Corina Esquijarosa, Embattled North Bay Village Mayor, Gets Canned
North Bay Village Mayor Corina
Esquijarosa now has more time to fight the recall effort against
her. She's been laid off from her job as a project representative
for the city of Miami Public Facilities Department. Esquijarosa's
position, which paid her an annual $97,000 salary and benefits
package, was eliminated as part of Miami's budget cuts. Her last day
was September 23.
"I liked my job," she says. "I did it well and I am hoping to get a similar position which is not easy in this job market. However, I intend to keep on in my position as mayor of North Bay Village."
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