But considering Tommie Sunshine's push to get EDM fans to call and email him, we're pretty sure he's been busy the last for the last few 24 hours.
However, we do finally have a response for Ultra Music Festival organizers, which says the festival has been working hard to make sure downtown workers and residents are disrupted as little as possible during both UMF weekends.
UPDATE #4 The resolution has been voted down. And City of Miami commissioners have approved Ultra Music Festival 2013's second weekend.
In a letter sent to city commissioners, the organizers state: "Ultra a has undertaken a wide-ranging community outreach effort to address issues and concerns from local businesses, office buildings, residents and other stakeholders affected by the festival."
Among UMF's pre-emptive measures: the hiring of traffic engineers to come up with a plan that provides the least impact on the downtown area. Organizers claim to have learned a lot from last year's festival at Bayfront Park, insisting the new plan drastically improves the way festival-goers will reach the gates as well as the flow of traffic along Biscayne Boulevard.
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Security concerns are also being addressed, as organizers plan to pay for off-duty Miami Police officers to be stationed at locations such as the Intercontinental Hotel, Miami Center, Bayside Marketplace, 50 Biscayne, Vizcaya, and 900 Biscayne. Almost $600,000 has been committed by Ultra to being spent on off-duty police and fire personnel for downtown properties, and the festival has agreed to pay for trash pick up within a five-block radius in all directions of Bayfront Park.
The festival's organizers add that the Bayfront Park Management Trust gave Ultra approval to host two weekends back in October, and the event has received good reviews from the police and fire departments as crowd management plans have continued to improve.
So Ultra seems to be willing to play by the rules. But will Sarnoff call of the dogs? We'll have to wait until tomorrow's City of Miami commission meeting.