The eleventh hour proposal to reduce Clearwater Downtown Development Board’s ex-officio seats by one raised questions for many including this writer. In the interest of clarity and fairness we reached out to Elise Winters, the DDB’s attorney for comment. Elise Winters, P.A.1006 Drew StreetClearwater, FL 33755 April 12, 2021 Ms Winters,My name is Stefani Hutchison. […]Read More Who is Elise Winters Representing?
“The DDB requests that the Clearwater City Council appoint one council member to serveas an ex-officio (non-voting) member of the DDB at the next available meeting.PASSED AND ADOPTED this 7th day of April, 2021.Paris Morfopoulos, Chairman” City of Clearwater’s Downtown Development Board has a Scientology majority amongst the members. DDB is comprised of 7 voting […]Read More Scientology’s Attempt to Limit Their Critics in Clearwater
Tracey McManus, writing for The Tampa Bay Times covers newly elected City Councilman Mark Bunker’s first attempt to address Scientology’s creeping spread across Clearwater. Ignoring the continuing dishonesty, manipulations and outright bully tactics, the majority of the Council seem intent upon including COS in Clearwater’s future wellbeing. Instead of linking arms in a show of […]Read More Clearwater City Council is Missing the Point
One cannot help but wonder what the City of Clearwater might look like today if it were allowed to be the thriving, vibrant tourist destination it should be had a deceptive cult not crept in and begun to spread like mold.Read More Scientology’s $900 Million Deception