Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Sunset 3-28-17

Laws from Swamp being repealed

What Comes Next?

[Front Page] Democrats are against anyone who does not adhere and go along with their ideology and have made it "clear that they will not accept the lawful authority of our system of government. They will not accept the outcome of elections, nor accept these things because they are at odds with its ideology and because they represent the will of large portions of the country whom they despise. The question is what comes next."

Read David Greenfield's article, The Civil War is Here

Wave pool creeps forward

" Jupiter Farms residents did all they could Thursday to wipe out the idea of a surfing ranch in western Palm Beach County, but the plan is still on the drawing board.

Commissioners directed county staff to examine a possible land use change that would allow a firm affiliated with surfing legend Kelly Slater to build a surfing ranch with a 2,000-foot long wave pool at the Palm Beach Park of Commerce, which is located next to Jupiter Farms north of Bee Line Highway."

Sound familiar?

Read about it...

After Herman Robinson spoke on Tuesday night saying that our pool was derelict property, that it was unacceptable and that he wanted work sessions to find out "what we want," I didn't get the impression that he was talking about the people and what they wanted. He even mentioned a parking garage. His campaign promise talked about interlocal partnerships. What in the hell are those?  Partnerships with other governments? We already have one by accepting the $5 million bond money from the county that put a 30 year stipulation (strings) on the deal. And Lake Worth helped pay for that bond.

Many would say that Robinson was put into power to help forward Maxwell's agenda, a commissioner who has always wanted our beach project under its present form to fail. And we can't forget that Robinson received a campaign contribution from Delray New Wave LLC stating that the contribution was from an attorney. Michael Weiner is the registered agent for this corporation with his office right down the block from Hudson Holdings.

Right now we can fix our pool and we have the money to do it. The city manager tells us that the pool is leaking water and has hired an engineer to find out why.  He too has never had faith in our pool and wants our pool to fail. how do we know that it was not damaged during the casino construction? The pool area was used as a staging area for all the heavy equipment.

Another Ribbon Cutting!

Using grant money that may soon be cut off.

March 27, 2017
Contact:           Ben Kerr, Communications Specialist
Phone:             561.586.1631
Email:              bkerr@lakeworth.org 

What: Ribbon Cutting for Domino Park
Where: South G St between South 8th Ave and South 9th Ave, Lake Worth, Fl
When: 2:00pm Tuesday, April 4th

Ribbon Cutting – Lake Worth Domino Park
The City of Lake Worth is hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony for Domino Park, an unused parcel of land that has been upgraded with Community Development Block Grant funds to better accommodate residents. The ceremony will take place at 2:00pm on Tuesday, April 4th in Domino Park.

“Domino Park” was an unimproved parcel of land in the City right-of-way that has been used as a community meeting place for years by residents in the area.  Palm Beach County allowed the City to utilize unexpended Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to make some improvements to the area that will better accommodate the residents through the provision of a more attractive venue and protection from the elements. 

“We were able to complete some of our other CDBG projects on time and under budget, so the County graciously allowed us to put the remaining funds toward other locations – Domino Park and the upgrading of the Osborne Pavilion specifically.  Residents in the area are always out here playing checkers and dominoes, so it’s great we were able to clean it up and provide a permanent structure to this community meeting place.”      
~Jamie Brown, Public Services Director

Please contact Ben Kerr, the City of Lake Worth Communications Specialist with any questions or comments.

Early Morn 3-28-17

Marilyn Mosby, overzealous state attorney?

[Allen West] Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore State’s Attorney, has a bad day in court it seems. The judge has not seen things her way at all. Mosby put 6 police officers on trial in an attempt to railroad them over the Freddy Gray incident. It was a rush to prosecution that was not based on facts but upon political expediency. She now faces a civil lawsuit from the officers. They get their day in court.

Read about it... and the judge ruling for Freddy Gray cops.

Monday, March 27, 2017

A Rose by any other name--it's still a Sanctuary City

Paula Prudente, conservative, speaks to the West Palm Beach City Commission 
on illegal immigration and against the City's "Welcoming" Resolution

The meeting started at 5 PM today where the West Palm Beach mayor and city commission (all Democrats to my knowledge) met to pass a resolution and the adoption of what they are calling a Safe City Resolution or a "Welcoming" Resolution. What it means is, the city commission of West Palm Beach consisting of over 102 thousand residents just passed a resolution making the city a Sanctuary City.

Can you imagine these elected officials in charge of your life?  Your city? Welcoming illegal immigrants? The resolution indicates the city's refusal to cooperate with ICE (immigration) officials in their attempts to collect and deport illegal undocumented immigrants unless they commit a crime. Of course, simply being here IS a crime.

Evidently they have no fear in the federal government in its quest to crackdown on sanctuary cities that plans to pull federal funding.

Sunset 3-27-17

Juvenile charged with battery in downtown Lake Worth incident

First reported by CrimeStoppers on February 28, this juvenile was involved in a fight in downtown Lake Worth. Deputies responded to a fight that occurred outside, in-between Downtown Pizza and CJ’s Island Grill, early Sunday morning.  The fight was broken up by other patrons before deputies arrived. She has now been identified, interviewed and charged with aggravated battery. She confessed to participating in this battery and is currently on route to the Juvenile detention center.

Photo originally dissiminated by CrimeStoppers

Government takes action regarding Sanctuary Cities

The White House announced today action against sanctuary cities, saying that states and local jurisdiction must prove compliance with immigration law before they can be eligible for $4.1 billion in Department of Justice grants.

Read about it...

Left-Wing Armed Anarchist Terrorists

This group reminds me of ISIS terrorists right in one of our major cities. Heavily armed and toting rifles, wearing masks and looking like Che Quevara types, the Brown Berets are there to scare and intimidate Trump supporters. This is a sad moment for our country.

Arizona is an open carry state and liberals are totally against guns especially semi-automatic weapons or so they say.

Read about it...

Update on former City Manager, Susan Stanton

I wanted to give everyone an update on our former city manager, Susan Stanton, as someone had come over to this blog saying that she was the "best city manager ever." He was saying it sarcastically but I always stated it as fact. This is a city manager who turned red to black in this city...we actually received more money than we spent.

Chief Operating Officer
Santa Clara Valley Water District
January 2017 – Present (3 months)

The District is the primary water resources agency for Santa Clara County, California. It is the largest multi-purpose water supply, watershed stewardship, and flood management special district in California. It acts not only as the County's water wholesaler but also as its flood protection agency and is the steward for its streams and creeks, underground aquifers and district-built reservoirs. The District’s FY 2016 Budget is $528 million dollars and employs about 750 FTEs’

The District is the primary water resources agency for nearly two million residents of the County. It encompasses all of the county’s approximately 1,300 square miles and serves the area’s 15 cities (Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Los Gatos, Milpitas, Monte Sereno, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Saratoga, and Sunnyvale) and also serves the unincorporated areas of the County.

The District sells treated water to 12 water retail companies and cities that service communities within the County via their own distribution systems. The District operate and maintain three water treatment plants, an advanced water purification center, ten local reservoirs and dams, a state-of-the-art water quality laboratory, dozens of groundwater recharge basin, five pump stations and 144 miles of pipelines.


I used to live in Santa Clara County (Silicon Valley) in the town of Milpitas right at the foothills. Gorgeous place.

If you notice, Susan has come a long way since she was fired by this Trio in Lake Worth.  Things usually work out for the best and it did for her, going from an operating budget of $30mil in Lake Worth to now one of the people who oversees a budget of $528 mil and is the COO. A Chief Operating Officer is usually responsible for the daily operations of the company.

I spoke with Susan and she said, "We are dealing with some flooding issues in San Jose ...and all that goes with it but this place is great."

Morning Sky 3-27-17

The other Chelsea Tweets

Andrew Lofholm @AndrewLofholm

The cover of the 2017 Lincoln Day Dinner program for Republican Party of Palm Beach County tonight at Mar-a-Lago. @WPTV 5:26 PM - 24 Mar 2017

Chelsea Clinton @ChelseaClinton

Please tell me this is photoshopped. Please?

 https://twitter.com/andrewlofholm/status/845386461524512768 … 5:36 PM - 25 Mar 2017

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Sunset 3-26-17

NSA whistleblower, William Binney

Muslims have taken over Dearborn, Michigan--The Arab capital of North America

[Patch.com] "Dearborn is No. 2 on the government’s list of U.S. cities with the highest number of residents with suspected terrorist ties, according to classified government documents posted by The Intercept, an online magazine." This was written in 2014. Who knows, Dearborn could  be number 1  by now.

About Jerusalem

Rep. Emily Slosberg and HB 7021

Rep. Emily Slosberg’s proposed vote-by-mail reform amendment:
“Any candidate, person acting on behalf of a candidate, or member of a political committee, group, or organization who is present in the residence of an elector while he or she marks or designates a choice on the ballot for the purpose of intimidating the elector or soliciting the elector’s vote is guilty of a felony of the third degree.”

What The Palm Beach Post reported:
Two Democrats, Mack Bernard and Al Jacquet, took advantage of gaping holes in Florida’s vote-by-mail laws to pressure and cajole voters in their living rooms. In one case, a blind voter said Bernard filled out and signed his ballot. High numbers of absentee votes propelled both candidates to victory.

What Rep Slosberg told me:
From: Slosberg, Emily [mailto:Emily.Slosberg@myfloridahouse.gov] Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2017 9:39 AM To: lynn113@comcast.net Subject: Re: HB 7021
Hi Lynn, Thanks. I filed it in a quick response to the Palm Beach Post. I want to work on the language a little more and make sure it is right.

What's the next step?
To refine her amendment--try to close the loopholes and stop any tampering.

Read the Post article...