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Profile: Frank Carollo

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Written by on January 8, 2014

Profile: Frank Carollo

Frank Carollo is a born-and-raised Miami commissioner, and he has the alumnus status of Miami-area universities to prove it. For his current role as District 3 commissioner, Mr. Carollo draws on his experience as a CPA, fraud investigator, SWAT team member and Miami-Dade policeman. 

At his office at City Hall on Biscayne Bay, the view is spectacular. Compared with his “day-job” office space as a CPA, his 2½ year-old daughter Briana prefers the digs on the bay.

We can see why: whether it’s the signed and encased Heat memorabilia, one of Shaq’s gigantic shoes, Briana’s assortment of toys, or the poster of his stint for the 1995 Miami-Dade Police Department calendar (sunset and tight black shirt included), Mr. Carollo’s diverse interests clearly influence his role as public servant.

Miami Today reporter Nina Lincoff interviewed Mr. Carollo in early December at his City Hall office.

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2 Responses to Profile: Frank Carollo

  1. Roberto

    January 10, 2014 at 5:09 pm

    Please, this guy is horrible. Not to mention he doesn’t even live in his district. Only the mindless uneducated people in little Havana could ever vote for him. That is why he will never be elected to any other office.

  2. Al

    January 16, 2014 at 2:48 pm

    I can’t believe you guys did a profile on this deuche. I am very astonished to see that he is in office. I really helped this guy campaign back in early 00s, of course he lost the election. I put in many hours with this man trying to make him win. I called him the next day and left a message to give him my condolences for his lost in the election. He never called me back and never thanked me for helping him in his crappy campaign. I have helped other campaigns, and thats all I expect is hey, THANK YOU!

    If this guy is in office, there is a major flaw in the system, how and the heck did this man get the position?

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