Downtown Clearwater

HelluvaHoax!

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Clearwater’s New City Manager is Bad News for Scientology

That was a "different level" analysis of the candidates for City Manager. Outstanding recap, Aaron!

Aaron Smith-Levin is multiple echelons above the folks that have been running Clearwater for the past four decades, in terms of understanding Scientology's stranglehold and designs on the city's downtown district.

His understanding of the cult's utter disdain for the city of Clearwater and its citizens—and its monomaniacal obsession with Scientology's own self-serving agenda would be analogous to the following:

IMAGINE IF ALL CITY MANAGERS AND COUNCIL MEMBERS WERE NOT TRYING
TO RUN A CITY, BUT INSTEAD WERE MANAGING A HOSPITAL. FURTHER, IMAGINE
THEY WERE ALL SCIENTOLOGY OTS. THEN ONE DAY SOMEONE SUFFERING FROM
LUNG CANCER ARRIVES AT THE HOSPITAL FOR DIAGNOSTICS AND TREATMENT.
NATURALLY THE PATIENT WOULD BE TOLD NOT TO WORRY AND THEN SENT HOME
WITH A "PRESCRIPTION" TO START SMOKING 3-5 PACKS OF CIGARETTES A DAY.
BUT THEN THE LONE NON SCIENTOLOGIST WORKING AT THE HOSPITAL (WHO
IS A BOARD CERTIFIED DOCTOR AND ONCOLOGIST) SPEAKS UP AND TELLS
THE PATIENT NOT TO LISTEN TO ALL THE SCIENTOLOGY "EXPERTS" AND
"AUTHORITIES"--AND TO NEVER TRUST ANYTHING THEY REPRESENT
OR PROMISE. THE ONCOLOGIST IN THIS SCENARIO IS AARON.


:hattip:

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SuperstarNeilC

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Clearwater's illustrious city attorney Pam Akin retired after 27 years of service. Mayor Frank Hibbard made a few comments at the celebration held at the Island Way Grill on October 22, 2021.
 

Type4_PTS

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Tampa Bay Times today ~~
From that article:

In an interview, Wilson cited continuing construction increases as the reason he ended his contract with the city last month, but he said Scientology’s longtime interest in the property also was “in the back of our mind.”

Asked if the church had pressed Blue Sky to abandon its project, Wilson said “I’m not comfortable making any further comment.”

The Times reporter should have also asked him how his pets were doing? Have any of them suffered any sudden life-threatening issues?
Has he recently woken up to find a decapitated horse head in his bed?
 

Hatshepsut

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I was wondering how that would go.

The Clearwater Housing Authority sometimes closed down for 2 yrs at a time as the gov helped new families migrate from overcrowding Tampa. The demographics had changed a lot in the last 15 yrs. Florida oceanfront and lakefront property was made available for "amends" during Obama. Daytona Beach, Tampa, Clearwater, New Smyrna Beach, Palatka, were all said to have fish camps where original slaves fled after the Civil War. Their relatives should have inherited the family property and business, but the whties jacked up the taxes beyond what the real owners could pay.
 
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