Sunday, March 07, 2010

Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due.

By Tim Enloe /

This past weekend, we posted a video of yet another speeder in one of Milton's open road neighborhoods.

As we relayed at that time, we emailed the information to both our wonderful Milton Police department and our city council.

Since then, I am pleased to share with you that both Council Member Thurman and Council Member Longoria have reached out to us. Each have listened as well as offered suggestions on how to get ahold on the deadly speeding transpiring throughout Milton. In addition, they also offered ideas on how to make the open road neighborhoods feel not only more residential, but more respected.

While we are at the beginning of this process, it is good to have those in our government who listen to a constituent's concerns and offer solutions.

To both of them, I thank you.


Anonymous said...

She just looks evil! Take a close look at her eyes and nose.

Anonymous said...

Nice picture of the conspirator and her co-conspirator.

Anonymous said...

Tennessee was wondering where her mugshot went.

Anonymous said...

You people need to get a life.

Anonymous said...

I just wish her and her family would part with some of their fortune and pay their taxes. $10K is a lot of money and the county could make good use of it with this economy.

On April 1st. the county files liens on all properties that are owners remain delinquent.

Anonymous said...

She and her family also owe nearly $130,000 for 2008 taxes in Flagler Co., FL