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Welcome to our little slice of paradise! Clear Lake Shores is probably one of the best kept secrets in the entire Bay Area. Yes we are an island. We are surrounded by Clear Lake, Jarbo Bayou and the Lazy Bend canals. Plug this in to Google Maps and you'll see what I mean 29.32' by 95.01' We are about half way between Galveston Island and the city of Houston and located in north Galveston county. I will try to keep us up on all the goings on that we can walk, boat, bike or drive our golf carts to. Very few things pi$$ me off but one of them is wasting my precious time. I'll try not to waste yours. Enjoy. ab

Monday, March 3, 2014

Happy National Anthem Day

And it’s National Bologna Day too! Technically it’s National Cold Cuts Day but I like my version better and it’s my blog.

Anybody else done listening to all the election ads on TV and Radio? The great news for us is we will be spared the expense this election cycle. Councilman Booren has filed for her seat, Councilman Ianni has filed for his seat and Returning Councilman Bryan Hoerner has filed for Richard Sowrey’s seat. I’ve heard numbers beteween 8 and 18 thousand is what it costs to hold an election. Whatever it is we can bank it this time around. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that we can keep the forward momentum going. This probably won’t be the last time I say it but I really like the new look up front.

Did you have a chance to come out to the Yachty Gras Kick-Off party? What’d you think? Was it worth it? Should we do it again? What would you change? What would you add? We have a year to figure that one out. Parking tops my list. I know there were a lot of folks who worked really hard to pull it off and I personally think they did one hell of a job. All the way around. Bravo Zulu folks, Well done indeed.

Lots on the agenda for tomorrow. There will be a lot of chatter and maybe even a vote on the pedestrian bridge. People it’s a lot of money and if you want a say so then you need to be at the Council meeting Tuesday night. A tremendous amount of time and energy has been put in to this project and the people behind it need your input. Grab your coat and come early. There’s also a mention of some new golf cart rules. That should get your attention. See you there.

Vern Johnson, Mayor AGENDA Al Burns
Richard Sowrey CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES Amanda Booren
Carlo Ianni CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING Jan Bailey
March 4, 2014 @ 7:00 P.M.
NOTICE is hereby given of a Regular Meeting of the City Council for the City of Clear Lake Shores, County of Galveston, State of Texas, to be held on the above mentioned date and time at the Club House, 931 Cedar Road, Clear Lake Shores, Texas, for the purpose of considering the following numbered items. The City Council of the City Of Clear Lake Shores, Texas, reserves the right to meet in a closed council session on any of the below items should the need arise and if applicable pursuant to authorization by Title 5, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code.
1. CALL TO ORDER & PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
2. PROCLAMATION: March is American Red Cross Month
3. DEPARTMENT/COUNCIL REPORTS:
* City Administrator - George Jones
* Police Department - Chief Cook
* City Council - Councilman Burns, Councilwoman Bailey, Councilman Ianni,
Councilwoman Booren, Mayor Pro-Tem Sowrey
4. UNSCHEDULED VISITORS
5. CONSENT AGENDA:
a. Check Register from February 13 thru February 26, 2014
b. City Council Minutes - February 18, 2014
c. Public Hearing Minutes - February 18, 2014
6. COUNCIL BUSINESS - Discussion and possible action may be taken on the following
items:
aRESOLUTION 2014-01: A RESOUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES, TEXAS, AUTHORIZING THE
GALVESTON COUNTY MOSQUITO CONTROL DISTRICT AERIAL
SPRAYING FOR THE ABATEMENT OF MOSQUITOES. (Mayor Vern Johnson)
bRESOLUTION 2014-02: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORS, TEXAS, AUTHORIZING THE
APPOINTMENT OF THE MEMBERS OF THE GALVESTON COUNTY
UNITED BOARD OF HEALTH AS NOMINATED BY THE GALVESTON
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' COURT AND CONFIRMED BY THE MEMBER
GOVERNMENTS OF THE HEALTH DISTRICT. (Mayor Vern Johnson)
c. ORDINANCE 2014-03: AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO
THE ORIGINAL BUDGET OF THE CITY OF CLEAR LAKE SHORES, TEXAS
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2013-14, ADJUSTING AMOUNTS IN BOTH
REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE ACCOUNTS OF THE GENERAL FUND AND
THE VEHICLE ACQUISITION FUND DUE TO A CHANGE IN ACCOUNTING
AND OTHER UNFORESEEN SITUATIONS; CONTAINING FINDINGS;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING OTHER DETAILS
RELATING THERETO. (City Administrator George Jones)
d. ORDINANCE 2014-04: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 78. TRAFFIC
AND VEHICLES OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CLEAR
LAKE SHORES, TEXAS BY ADDING A NEW ARTICLE VII. “OPERATION OF
GOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS”; REGULATING THE OPERATION OF
GOLF CARTS ON PUBLIC STREETS; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES OR
PARTS OF ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT OR IN CONFLICT HEREWITH;
PROVIDING A PENALTY IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,000.00 FOR
EACH VIOLATION HEREOF, WITH EACH DAY CONSTITUTING A
SEPARATE VIOLATION; AND PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY.
(City Administrator George Jones)
e. Acceptance of the TxDOT Transportation Enhancement Grant
(City Administrator George Jones)
fRecite the Texas Pledge, in addition to the Pledge of Allegiance, prior to
every council meeting. (Councilwoman Amanda Booren)
7. ADJOURNMENT



THE DEBT CEILING


* Democrats don't understand THE DEBT CEILING

* Republicans don't understand THE DEBT CEILING

* Liberals don't understand THE DEBT CEILING

* NO ONE understands THE DEBT CEILING

* SO - Allow me to explain.

Let's say you come home from work and find there has been a sewer backup in
your neighborhood. Your home has sewage all the way up to your ceilings.

What do you think you should do -- raise the ceiling or pump out all the shit? 

Your choice is coming in November. Don't miss the opportunity.     

63 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why was Deep Hole Park reserved for only the Yachty Gras Boat Parade judges (and their families)? I walked down to the park and was told by a Clear Lake Shores police officer that unless I was a judge or family of a judge, I was not allowed in the park. The office told me I would need to go to Shell Bottom Park. Clear Lake Shores has never closed the parks to non-residents for the Christmas boat parade. Has Clear Lake Shores become a vassal to the Kemah Boardwalk?

Ty said...

Great weekend of events, but didn’t care for deep hole being closed off for the judging/yachty gras committee. Did they really need the entire park to be away from distractions to judge lights on a boat? Or did they want all the beads for themselves? If I had a house on the channel I would gladly let them set up shop there and do their thing. Deep hole is one of the best seats in the house for a parade - if its going to be reserved it should be for residents.

Anonymous said...

It was absolutely total BS that the park was shut down for these self-important judges and their families. I am completely pissed off that the judges families can enjoy the best seat in the house for the parade in my neighborhood when I am not allowed to. I cannot wait to see the post explaining why that was necessary but I guarantee you no matter what the reason it's BS and wrong. If it's necessary to shut down the park for a handful of people for this stupid little parade then I suggest we never sponsor it again. That is a public park and I doubt that that was even legal to do. If it is legal then I want every waterfront Park on this island reserved for residents only for the Christmas boat parade

Anonymous said...

How many judges were there that it took the entire Park to accommodate them If there were 10 judges and each of them brought five family members that's only 60 people. What the hell is going on here

Anonymous said...

If I had been a judge I would have been embarrassed and demanded that the park be opened up to everyone. I would love to hear from one of the judges as to Why they needed the entire park and their friends there to properly judge The parade it ain't the Olympics I think they could've done it with all of us pesky residents around them

Anonymous said...

I agree with one of the Anons if it takes an entire park to house a handful of self-important committee members judges and for some unknown reason their friends and families then we need to give this whole mess to kemah and let Tillman run it So we can watch it from our park

Anonymous said...

Why didn't the judges go down and sit at the boat ramp instead of in the prime park for viewing the parade. And if they needed privacy to judge properly what the hell were their friends doing there distracting them

Anonymous said...

Who made the decision to close the entire Park to all but the judges? Who? It is a City Park for the residents. The judges at Christmas seem to be fine surrounded by people, many non residents. Why did they not rope off a judge area?

Anonymous said...

I think it's illegal to restrict the use of public property

Bryan said...

Great weekend of events, John and Allan. We obviously have a few minor bugs to work out if we choose to do it again next year, but overall it was a great event. Thanks for all your hard work. Same goes for everyone else who contributed and made it happen.

Bryan

Anonymous said...

Love you Brian but closing a park is not a minor bug I think it is clear everyone would just like an explanation as to why it was necessary to close it off to a privileged few and their friends who had nothing to do With the parade while cutting residence out of the Best seats in the house I think it's a fair question and deserves a complete their answer

Anonymous said...

Love you Brian but closing a park is not a minor bug I think it is clear everyone would just like an explanation as to why it was necessary to close it off to a privileged few and their friends who had nothing to do With the parade while cutting residence out of the Best seats in the house I think it's a fair question and deserves a complete their answer

Anonymous said...

I agree I think an explanation is due from one of the committee heads that made this decision and how it's illegal to do so. We don't need smoke blown up or skirts just a straight answer as to how they accomplished this and why. I'm sure I speak for a lot of Islanders when I say this should never happen again at any event

ab said...

Great questions for your City Council. Should they expect you at the meeting tomorrow? I got there at 7:30 and drove right in. I did stop and introduce myself to the new officer that was stationed at the Hawthorne side. Officer Ruiz waved me right through. When I got parked I noticed a lot of our neighbors milling about. They apparently didn't have a problem either. I assume, and its purely an assumption on my part, that vehicular traffic was not allowed. Walk ups didn't look like a problem.
As far as roping the judges off, I think that is a necessity, because in case you haven't noticed we have neighbors that would pull their damn chair right up to the food table and eat their fill before asking for a go box. I've watched 'em for years. They are users. Mooches. Parasites. Other than that please feel free to bring your suggestions about the event to City Council or even the next Civic Club meeting. I promise I'll take notes.

Anonymous said...

How much did the event cost and what was net amount donated to sea scouts ?

Anonymous said...

Par for the coarse for the arrogant people running it . Exclusion happens all the time at the parrot head events they think they are somebody and they used your tax dollars to party on

Ty said...

I live on Hawthorne and my family walked to deep hole and we were turned away by the new officer you speak of at the gate. Very nice guy and polite. I'm sure he heard his share of what the hells that night!

Anonymous said...

Were the police consulted prior to implementation of this ridiculous plan? They would have shut it down flat.

Anonymous said...

Sure like who is running for Council. This may be the first time NS does not have a candidate.

Anonymous said...

So it was shut off to keep parasites , moochers, and users from possibly eating food They are taxpayers and maybe taking food to shut ins who don't get out for fun . No excuses for keeping public parks for everyone.

Anonymous said...

Did John get the deep pockets he was looking for ? NS is alive with the wrights !! How many train wrecks can the city afford ?

Anonymous said...

They are taking over the Civic Club. And let a grant deadline expire for a Parks project.

Anonymous said...

Marquis said everyone welcome !! Did not say not welcome at park on Saturday ! Bait and switch ! They got the money then shut residents out , had a big party on our dime They have been doing this for years !

Anonymous said...

For all of you complaining, I agree with you that the park should not been closed to the residents. But instead complaining why don't you show up at Civic Club and Council meetings to voice your opinion and help with events, instead of being the whiners of the island.Its typical situation 20% do the work and 80% complain that they could do a better but would sit on their and do nothing.

Anonymous said...

For all of you complaining, I agree with you that the park should not been closed to the residents. But instead complaining why don't you show up at Civic Club and Council meetings to voice your opinion and help with events, instead of being the whiners of the island.Its typical situation 20% do the work and 80% complain that they could do a better but would sit on their and do nothing.

Anonymous said...



The fence posts were installed there close to the street to keep outsiders from fishing there since it was determined to be illegal to restrict anyone from using a public park where state and or federal funds had been used to develop or enhance the park. So, visiting fishermen are discouraged from using the park, but visiting partiers are not.

And I don't feel like going to council and screaming. That's why we elected intelligent people, to solve these problems for us.

james mago said...

Stuff happens folks, get over it! Have any of the whiners ever watched a Yachty Gras parade before this one? If this is all that needs to be polished up, next year should be a great event! A small core of folks worked hard to coordinate a good event. Give them credit for a good first "at bat"; forget about Kemah, Fertitta, etc., and show up as a volunteer next spring.

Anonymous said...

North shore cronies have cost the city and residents major money , yet the beat goes on and the party never ends ! Entitlement issues ! Views need to change . We can not afford the liability ! Many residents do not want to embrace these people so refuse to participate ! Wake up !

Anonymous said...

Has anyone noticed but me not one committee member or judge or anyone in charge has spoken up and explain to us why the park was closed. Sorry Mr. Maggo but I will not get over it and I am not a whiner. We all want an explanation as to why this happened But clearly the people in charge feel that they are a above us and are not willing to provide us with an answer I guess you needed to be at their secret party at the park to find out why it was set up that way. Can you give us a detailed explanation AB. As far as you getting in to the park where the judges were does not surprise me as you were part of if not most of the reason The whole parade happend in our city And that is why most everyone on this island appreciates you because you are the one that makes most things happen. As far as roping off the judges I don't think anyone has a problem with that either. It is clear that the problem is that the entire park which is the best seat in the house was completely shut down to Howells 10 judges and their families that is BS no matter how you twist it. The individual or individuals who made the decision to close the park need to give us a good solid explanation as to why this happened and quit hiding from us. I think there are a lot of us who would also like an apology from them

Anonymous said...

Each and every one of you (Actually one or two of you probably posted multiple times just to make your point but I digress), each and every one of you has an equal voice when you attend the council or the civic club meetings. Go there and speak your mind. It sounds like next year's event will be perfect. Park should be open to all and hopefully we will represent our city well. Those of you who show up and take advantage of each and every party but don't show up to meetings to help plan it nor after the event to help clean it up need to stop and consider that these events take time and effort that your friends and neighbors are willing to put forth so that you can enjoy our little slice of paradise. Step up. Speak up. Do something. Don't just complain from behind the keyboard. There are more complaints listed here than there were attendants at the
Civic Club meeting that approved this event. Shame....

Anonymous said...

Residents with good sense get out of the way of proven tornadoes !

Anonymous said...

Hello Mr. Anon that ''demands'' an explanation. Do you realize that this is a private blog and not your forum to conduct business with city nor Civic Club officials. Who is hiding from you? Where have you asked your questions? When you showed up at the Civic Club meeting what were the responses to your inquiries? When you asked at council what did they say? YOU are hiding. Or, you're so ignorant that you believe that this is where your questions need to be presented. The council meeting is tonight. I look forward to hearing you speak up. The city closed the park so go there and get your answers. By the way - Allan's position as Civic Club President is coming to an end. I look forward to seeing who will step up and serve rather than hide and criticize.

Anonymous said...

Anon, I do not have time to go to civic club meetings or city council meetings As I am out of town a majority of the time If I did have time I still wouldn't go to civic club meetings because I do not enjoy being around a majority of the people who are there at this point in time. The fact that I do not go to these meetings or help plan parties or clean up afterwards does not take away my right to complain when a city park is illegally Shut down to accommodate a handful of arrogant Boat judges and their families. Because I do not have time to go to meetings this is the venue I choose to use voice my opinions. If that does not meet with your approval I would suggest that you quit voicing your opinions on the blog as well. I would go to the yachty gras website to post my opinions but their comment section is shutdown surprise surprise

Anonymous said...

Anon in defense of the other anon this is not a private blog this blog is open to the world to post and comment on anything they choose unless AB says otherwise. If AB has appointed you as assistant editor then I apologize if he has not then I believe it is a little arrogant on your part to assume you can tell anyone what they can post on this blog

Anonymous said...

My guess is that you wouldn't go anywhere in public to voice your opinion regardless of how busy and important you are. Calling the judges names or arrogant is ignorance on your part. These are people that take the time to contribute to our community, not seek to criticize or belittle. Write a letter to your city council members since you're so busy. Voicing your opinion is one thing and you're very welcome to do so here. However, it's not very effective because nobody here really gives a shit when we don't sign our names. Send your letter if it bothers you that much. The judges didn't make the decision. They were asked to volunteer and they committed time to do so.
I bet the poeople at those meetings probably don't like you very much either. Why don't you gather up your own group of friends and attend a meeting? That way you could have you could whine and moan around people that you like.

Anonymous said...

Public forum vs. Private forum. AB is not a public entity. It's his. Privately owned and operated. He can shut it down or restrict it. Private. Anyone can post here becasuse the single person responsible for this comments section has left it open. If you wish to officially communicate with the City Officials - this aint the place. Arrogant or not.

Anonymous said...

I am just busy not important You are right that calling the judges names is not the appropriate route to take But I strongly doubt that city council voted to close the park either nobody knows why it was shut down and nobody seems to want to tell us why that is why people are frustrated and trying to find out we shouldn't have to go to several meetings to find out why our public park was closed at a major water event

Anonymous said...

Why was the park shut down

Anonymous said...

Hey public versus private anon. I don't know what rock you have been under for the past few years but this blog has been a political hotbed discussing all types of city Council business individual councilmembers and a ton of other subjects all relating to politics. Has something now changed that I'm not aware of. And who the hell are you to tell anyone what they can and cannot post on this blog

Anonymous said...

What has not changed is that nobody in any official position is required or obligated to respond to any post on any "blog". Another thing that likely has not changed is your lack of reading comprehension - read back through all of the posts slowly and you will see that it was not mentioned that anyone shouldn't post here. What I said was - If you, or anyone would like to have your inquiries responded to then there is an appropriate forum for those forums when it comes to either public officials or Civic Club members. If you are on some silly blog DEMANDING that your questions be answered then you're a dumbass. That looks pretty simple doesn't it? Type what you want, where you want. If you want official answers then I would advise that you follow offical protocol.

Anonymous said...

Is it just my imagination or are the palm trees on the east side of Clearlake Road going to open up right into the powerlines. I hope this won't be a problem those trees are beautiful but it sure looks like it is going to be a potential problem. I'm remembering last summer when the power company came through and butchered all of the trees on the island that were touching powerlines it looks like the same thing could happen here

Anonymous said...

In regards to the best place to view the parade being closed to residents, if you went home, you missed little. The parade sucked. Two boats were done up. The rest made little effort.

Anonymous said...

Why would we even consider doing this again next year it seems like a ridiculous waste of time and energy

Anonymous said...

Do I understand that either at a Civic Club Mtg. or a Council Mtg. there was a vote to close a public park to the public and it passed? Really?

Anonymous said...

Whew. It's a real shame we can't get you guys to harness all this passion into doing something positive for the Island as opposed to bitching every chance you get. There were 3 open positions this year for City Council. Guess how many people ran - 3. You missed your opportunity to do it better than the folks you obviously think are screwing up.

There are also positions on the Park Committee (how perfect is that?), Pool Committee, Roads and Drainage, Waterfront Compliance, and P&Z. Oh, that's right - you are too busy. But you do have time to post crap on blogs about an non-event (a park being closed for 3 hours out of the whole year).

The funny is that no one is saying they do not agree with the complainers yet the complaints just keep on coming. Yes, it looks like it was a mistake, poor planning, and possibly miscommunication when it came to the use of Deep Hole. It was our first time doing this so mistakes are not surprising, and should be somewhat acceptable to the sane people amongst us. Next year we can adjust the plan and maybe rope off just a small area. Or move the judging somewhere else. No big deal. And all will be right with the world again.

Take a breath and enjoy the one-of-a-kind neighborhood you live in and stop demanding silly things like apologies and formal explanations from people who worked their butts off to pull of such a great event with just a few hiccups along the way.

I doubt you spent more than 3 hours all of last year at Deep Hole anyway.

Now let's move on and enjoy life.

Anonymous said...

anon you are way off base. First of all nobody is blaming city council. I doubt they had anything to do with the closing. Secondly all anyone wants is the reason it needed to be closed and why. That is a fair question that no one seems to want to answer. You state it was our first time so you must have something to do with it do you know the answer? Secondly, next year you can adjust , why do it next year? Most everyone I have talked to thought it was a pathetic excuse of a parade. Thirdly (not really a word) just because some pepole worked real hard by their own choosing doesn't mean we can't ask why it was closed. Just tell us why and it would probably end there. Instead you will probably post another babbling rambling post with no answer like we have seen all day. Can't wait for your non response

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to hear your I out at council, or parks committee or civic club. Learn us a thing or two. Again, you're asking the wrong people a stupid question. There's nobody here to answer you. Dip$hit

Anonymous said...

AB, once again your blog is allowing the residents to vent. Public opinion is not only expressed in CLS, it creates change. In this case I betcha a public park will never be closed to the public again. Thank you for providing this wonderful forum for the residents' voices to be heard.

Would you please provide an update on the results of Council Mtg.? Did the bridge pass? How would you feel about stating how each Councilman voted. We need to know who we are writing letters to. What are the changes for golf carts? Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Will the golf cart changes also be in The Islander?

I am feeling for Ronnie and the EDC this morning. Yet, another set back for them and the City. Certainly the City could have come up with the $$ in two years. Couldn't George Jones come up with a plan?

Anonymous said...

It would be nice to have a dedicated tv channel to be able to watch council meetings. Some other cities do.

Hard to understand that our city would vote for and sponsor another alcoholic party, shutting down a park to do it, then vote against a walkway that would make it safe for kids and walkers to cross the bridge. If someone is coming into CLS to steal my tv, I doubt they are going to be walking off the island carrying my tv!

I would love to know how much money actually went to the Boy Scouts. Yachty Gras website, that one cannot post to, says they have 65 big sponsors, so it should be a lot of money. If it's not, then it's not worth doing.

Anonymous said...

It is unreal to me that Council did not pass on the bridge - which was more than a bridge.

What golf cart changes were made?

Did Council have to vote on the Yachty Gras mess of closing a public park or was this a Civic Club decision? Howells must be real powerful and manipulative to get close to $2,000 of the Civic Club money and an entire park! We should have charged for the park like we do the pavilion.

Speaking of the pavilion, is it on the City's website when it is rented out for a party? We tried to go recently but a party was happening. The residents should know when it is not available.

I agree this is a great place to post our thoughts and try to influence changes for the better.

Anonymous said...

Follow pied piper woo hoo John and his dog , there will be trouble ! Do not be a victim !

Anonymous said...

http://harrismartin.com/pdfs/MOL-0511-06.pdf

An interesting read.

Anonymous said...

John Wright showed up at a club meeting. The club voted to proceed and support the event. John Wright volunteered his time. Worked hard. Identified and organized a support crew that also worked hard and contributed something rather than criticizing and whining. He's a good member of this community and we need more like him. We could use a few less people like you that throw obscure criticism and baseless accusations and, I would guess, don't show up to support your community.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me what cls gained as a result of this goofy parade. So far it looks like it cost us $2000, and our park was taken over by a gaggle of self important socialite wannabes so they could judge an extremely lame parade. I don't care what John did or how many pepole worked hard. We still have the right to complain when we throw perfectly good money at a failure of an event. LET KEMAH OR LC HAVE THIS PARADE IT IS NOT WORTH IT

Anonymous said...

If only he would obey the laws while being a volunteering resident here ! His free work is costly to the city and residents .

Anonymous said...

I don't think it was really a question of whether a pedestrian bridge would be good for the community -- rather it was whether the cost as proposed was reasonable. The TxDOT grant was intended to assist in regional transportation / commuting infrastructure to reduce congestion on the roadways. Our bridge will never be more congested than it is now (since the population of the island cannot grow significantly). To have committed the city to funds that are in short supply for infrastructure that is not NEEDED, but may be desired, would have been not long term in vision, but would have traded "looking good" for true value. Let's visit the pedestrian bridge again when rebuilding the existing bridge -- or when a more reasonable, cost-effective design can be proposed. Thank you city council members for doing what you should -- acting as responsible protectors of city finances.

Anonymous said...

Interesting that John Wright spear headed the event. Hmm...

Will the amt. donated to the Sea Scouts ever become public?

Anonymous said...

Y'all threw your little hissy fits over kids and drunks driving golf carts and bammmmm. Within a couple of weeks a boat load of new cart laws. To AB and everyone else bitching about every little thing s t f u. Mom will hear you and send us all to our rooms and make up a bunch more rules

Anonymous said...

POO-dle BOY go to your room and don't come out ! CLS can not afford what you offer !

Anonymous said...

Ya'll chill....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMV_r4LjQIo

Anonymous said...

John Wright has been a parasite to the island since day one. Who would give him access to any of CLS money? He may go spend it on Keystone Light and cigars..Think people..Think…Don't let the village idiot run the show.

Anonymous said...

We use to live on the island John wright referred to grand daughter that looks like Peggy as. . . The fat one That's revolting. We moved did not want him near our children