By way of introduction, my name is Dave Miller. I am a retired deputy from Palm Beach County and a college criminal justice instructor. In my retirement, I decided to take a resident manager position at the Fort Cooper mobile home community.
Mr. Sawyer is just slightly misguided about kicking Common Core out of our schools. I am a recently retired middle school special ed and gifted teacher. Prior to that I was a director of human resources, having risen through the ranks over 30 years. So I also have credentials in teaching and problem solving. I have taught at both very difficult public schools and at several highly successful not-for-profit charter schools, both in Citrus and Hernando counties.
There approximately 185 homes from the bridge back to Three Sisters. With all the new restrictions to Three Sisters Springs why is there no special attention given to the residents that reside and pay the high taxes from the bridge back to Three Sisters.
Almost every day we read comments in the Sound Off Column in which people are asking why we don’t have a Red Lobster or a Target or a Bob Evans or a — you fill in the blanks. They mention on what corner it should be built or in which empty store they want it.
We just had another screwball attack people in a theater, this time in Antioch, Tennessee. He used a hand ax, which shines a greatly needed light on people getting their hands on these weapons who never should have them.