How serious are the Kenneth City Town Council transparency issues, and what is the town management doing to correct them?
A recount in Kenneth City is on the way for candidates in the town’s recent election, which was just about as close as it could possibly be. The Pinellas County Canvassing Board will meet Friday, Mar. 17, at 10 a.m. at the Election Service Center in Largo. The board will certify the unofficial results for […]
Two letters, read during public comment, documented alleged dysfunction in town government and suggested the mayor and certain councilmembers resign. The audience applauded both letters. One speaker in attendance asked if it were possible for the entire council to be put into conflict resolution.
The race is on to get the required number of signatures to force a special election in Kenneth City this fall.
This week our readers weigh in on last week’s print cover about Kenneth City, the sale of the Peninsula Inn in Gulfport, Treasure Island’s Openly Republican, Gay Mayor and Pride, and other issues.
With charter staff gone and leaving, Kenneth City town residents have started a petition to have two, possibly three, town councilmembers recalled from office. The former mayor has also sent a letter to Gov. Ron DeSantis and other state elected officials asking them to suspect some councilmembers.
In the wake of charter staff exodus, residents and two Kenneth City council members accuse three councilmembers of corruption and Sunshine Law violations. On June 8, residents lashed out at a tense, yelling-filled meeting. They’ve also asked Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to intervene.
This 91-year-old fisherman wants kids to go fishing – and he’s willing to give them rods and reels, and help build a fishing pier in Kenneth City to make it happen.
This small Florida town is home to the first condominiums ever built in the Sunshine State.