Stewart’s Blog: The Kim Rivers Picture that Should Have Never Been Published

Stewart’s Blog: The Kim Rivers Picture that Should Have Never Been Published

So…you wake up on Sunday morning and see a headline in the local paper about the recently revealed FBI investigation. You’re anxious because your name was in the FBI subpoenas recently dropped at city hall, so you expect the worst. You read the story and find your name is mentioned seven times in connection with […]

Stewart’s Blog: Heads Up Killearn Estates, City Ignores Neighborhoods on Zoning Issues

Stewart’s Blog: Heads Up Killearn Estates, City Ignores Neighborhoods on Zoning Issues

Residents in the 4,000 home Killearn Estates neighborhood recently received a questionnaire from the Killearn Homeowners Association (KHA) asking how they would like the Association to move forward with regards to the redevelopment of the land that was previously a nine hole golf course. The current owner is seeking a zoning change from the City […]

Stewart’s Blog: We Should Not Let Elected Officials Forget Campaign Promises

Stewart’s Blog: We Should Not Let Elected Officials Forget Campaign Promises

Often times campaign promises are vague, emotional words devised by a crafty politician to gain favor with voters. After elections, losers disappear and the winners -along with most voters – forget the campaign promises rather quickly. However, sometimes promises are clear, verifiable, and have consequences when broken. One of the most famous campaign promises was […]