ATLANTA -- He has been without work since February, but now 62-year-old Louis Miller is ready for the opportunity of a lifetime as the new chief of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
Miller comes to Atlanta by way of Tampa. It is there he ran one of America's best mid-sized airports.
Tampa International is ranked highly by J.D. Power and Associates. It is annually listed by aviation experts as one of the best places to work in the industry. And if you travel in your job, you know Tampa is the one airport that makes flying tolerable.
So why is Louis Miller so controversial?
He resigned his job abruptly 8 months ago after heading the airport in Florida for 14 years.
11Alive Reporter Jeff Hullinger spoke with one man in Tampa who has a very strong opinion on the life and times of Louis Miller.
Check out the video report.