About 60 people showed up to hear Martin Margulies speak at a dinner at the Rusty Pelican sponsored by the Urban Environment League. He told us, under questioning by Historian Gregory Bush, about his rise to success in the development arena. He also spoke of his philanthropy and his art collection and why he joined the recall effort of Mayor Alvarez. He said he believed in term limits for county commissioners and a decent salary to attract credible candidates.
Martin Margulies answers questions about his background, posed by Historian Gregory Bush who looks on.
A Frank Stella sculpture that Mr. Margulies donated to the Miami Beach Performing Arts Center.
The audience during the dinner at the Rusty Pelican.
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