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Dr. Philip K. Stoddard

Wrong Dr. Philip K. Stoddard?


Phone: (305) ***-****  
Email: p***@***.gov
Local Address:  South Miami , Florida , United States
South Miami

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  • Ph.D.
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News NOVEMBER'10 by EvergladesHUB, 30 Nov 2010 [cached]
At a brief media conference during a break in the hearing, South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard, a CASE director whose opposition to a proposed power line corridor along U.S. 1 helped get him elected, called the expansion plan a potentially catastrophic hazard and an economic boondoggle. FPL customers already are paying 33 cents per 1,000-kilowatt hours to help the utility pay for new nuclear projects, and Stoddard believes rates could rise by 70 percent over time to pay for reactors.
Building more reactors does nothing but make an already unacceptable situation worse," said South Miami Mayor Phillip Stoddard, a director with Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, one of the petitioners.
SOUTH MIAMI, FL, February 15, 2014 ..., 17 Feb 2014 [cached]
SOUTH MIAMI, FL, February 15, 2014 - They called it a "mudslide" because of the exceptionally dirty attacks that had been leveled against incumbent South Miami Mayor Phil Stoddard. But those smears only gave the hoots and cheers from the exuberant gathering of neighbors, supporters and volunteers (including a contingent of Greens) at Stoddard's victory party a more special meaning.
Stoddard racked up 62% of the vote (1,169 votes) in this 3-way nonpartisan election, trouncing challengers Valerie Newman (431) and Rodney Williams (275).
The City Commission for this city of 12,000 people has five members, including Stoddard, whose allies also prevailed as incumbent Walter Harris (1,069) beat Horace Feliu (754) and Gabriel Edmond (1,059) polished off Donna Shelly (765) to take Newman's vacated seat.
The mudslinging against Stoddard came from a slate of candidates supported by Florida Power and Light (FPL). It was FPL's plans to build two new nuclear power plants at Turkey Point and run high voltage power lines up US 1, through his city and others, that had been the impetus for Stoddard's first mayoral run in 2010. Stoddard has been one of FPL's staunchest opponents. With Greens and others, Stoddard had co-founded Citizens Allied for Safe Energy (CASE) to educate the public on the consequences of FPL's plans. Once elected, however, Stoddard found a whole new set of problems at City Hall, from fiscal impropriety to cronyism in the police department, with the former police chief suing Stoddard over the chief losing his job.
According to the February 12 Eye on Miami, Stoddard stated, "South Miami voters have become too smart to fall for these tactics.
Stoddard now plans on holding a series of public workshops to develop a strong agenda for the city.
The moment was not lost on the party goers, one of whom remarked, "Now we can get some sh*t done! Stoddard intends to.
The Green Party of Florida : Today's Party for Tomorrows World, 14 Sept 2009 [cached]
At the Miami tour kickoff, Mayor Philip Stoddard, of South Miami, gave a colorful account of the shenanigans of Florida Power & Light (FPL) to push through new nuclear plants at Turkey Point, and high powered transmission lines along U.S. Highway 1. Also an FIU professor, Mr Stoddard had made a name for himself as a community organizer opposing FPL, co-founding CASE/Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, which propelled his successful run for office. Mayor Stoddard found humor in that FPL had gone so far as to assign a person to tail him around.
Phillip ..., 31 Mar 2015 [cached]
Phillip Stoddard
South Miami's Mayor, Dr. Phillip Stoddard
The public service commitment of Democratic Municipal Officials ranges from part time volunteer public servants who may only receive a small stipend, or no stipend for their work, to those who serve full-time and are professionally compensated to serve in that capacity. The range of careers from which DMOs hail is truly representative of America. DMOs are doctors, attorneys, small business owners, farmers, and veterinarians. Today, we honor an educator and scientist who brings that expertise to bear as he works to protect and improve the lives of his constituents.
Dr. Phillip Stoddard is a popular tenured professor in the Biological Sciences Department at Florida International University (FIU), a vibrant public research university. He is a broadly trained biological scientist, with specializations in animal behavior and neurobiology. In 1992, he moved from Cornell University to FIU, where he teaches undergraduate biology courses, graduate courses, and directs doctoral students. He is active in faculty leadership on campus and is funded by the National Science Foundation to study how dishonesty affects communication systems.
On his campaign website, Dr. Stoddard defines his values:
Dr. Stoddard uses his science credentials as an environmental leader in his "City of Pleasant Living. He serves on the Miami-Dade County League of Cities Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee. Mayor Stoddard's spouse, Dr. Gray Read, a professor of Architecture chairs the South Miami Green Task Force. Mayor Stoddard is a fighter for safe, effective energy use that protects the public welfare.
According to Mayor Cindy Lerner (Pinecrest), our DMO Florida Chapter Chair, "Mayor Stoddard has brought in the Union of Concerned Scientists and environmental journalists to help our region focus on environmental and energy issues.
City of South Miami, 18 Sept 2010 [cached]
Chair Philip K. Stoddard 02-2012
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