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Questionnaire: Misael “Ace” Almeria, candidate for Pembroke Pines City Commission District 3

Name: Misael “Ace” Almeria

Age: 58

Website: Acealmeria.com

What distinguishes you most from your opponents?
I have been a resident of my district for the last 24 years and owned a business here for the last 24 years. I’m exposed to people having my embroidery shop, which is open to the public.
I’m offering myself to be accessible to anybody so that everyone can be heard and all issues will be addressed. Without bias, bring it to commission meetings to resolve every issue for the benefit of all well-being. My oldest son has been in the United States Coast Guard since 2007. And my other son Rendell is a SWAT member in the Pembroke Pines Police Department. My daughter, Shanaia, manages Prime 12 restaurants and my wife has been a nurse for over 50 years.

List in the reverse chronological order. Starting with the most recent colleges and universities attended with years of attendance and degrees held.

*Graduated in 1984 from the Philippine Maritime Institute with a degree of bachelor in Science of Marine Transportation.

*Graduated 1982 high school Manila Central University.

List the reverse chronological order of your work history for the past 15 years.
*Been self-employed for the last 15 years.

Have you ever been a party to a lawsuit including bankruptcy? Or foreclosure? If so provide details and disposition.
Because of the economic collapse in 2008, I was forced to file a bankruptcy Chapter
13 in 2012 and it was discharged in 2017.

Have you ever been charged or convicted of a misdemeanor felony, including an adjudication of guilt withheld, if so, provide the charges dates, and terms of sentence.

If a proposed regional incinerator is not the right answer to the region’s long-term waste disposal needs what is?
Recycling and working, with the neighboring city, county, and even state. To seek a solution for these issues. A solution that will not affect the health of the people in the long run, and our future generations.

Broward County’s plan to close and repurpose schools is certain to affect Pembroke Pines. What should be the city’s goals on this issue?
Work with the experts in environmental engineering and with the county for strategic planning regarding this issue.

Assess the strengths and weaknesses of the city’s manager Charlie Dodge.
I saw and knew him on and off. But I didn’t know him that well. I can’t say a comment about this matter. But when elected, it’ll be great to work with him and to know him well.

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