Ward's Hot Bulletin Board 

Chair's Report On The Rental Housing Subcommittee Of The Gainesville City Commission by David Arreola, Chair of the Rental Housing Subcommittee

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Harvey Ward looks to soften the blow with a Facebook post: https://www.facebook.com/512709562133395/posts/2911747912229536?s=2011826&sfns=mo

Here is the original letter from the Florida Retail Federation: Download PDF

In an official notice, the Florida Retail Federation has sent Mayor Lauren Poe and the City Commissioners a 60 day notice to repeal Ordinance No. 170487 or else.  "If the ordinance is not repealed within the requisite period, your city will be responsible for attorney fees, costs and damages in the event the ordinance is successfully challenged in court."

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Natwaina Clark's motion to suppress search warrants. 

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Johnson has failed to file all the required documents by the 45 day deadline. She now has 14 days from yesterday to satisfy. 

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Chris Chestnut's request for an extension to file has been denied. Here are the documents from the Florida Supreme Court. 

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Chris Chestnut Requests 90 Day Extension in Permanent Disbarment Case

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Here are the documents concerning the Reichert House that I talked about on the show. 

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Tiffany Small shoplifting documents. 

Arrest Report 06/27/219

Investigation Report 06/27/19

Here is her LinkedIn profile description before she deleted her social media. 


You can click below to view the "Infrastructure Surtax Referendum for November 2020" that Robert "Hutch" Hutchinson sent to city politicians from his personal AOL account, Hutch@aol.com

Surtax Refreendum PDF  

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Florida Bar Disciplinary Report:

Christopher M. Chestnut, 301 W. Bay St., Suite 1400, Jacksonville, disbarred, effective 30 days from a May 3 court order. (Admitted to practice: 2006) In multiple cases, Chestnut incompetently handled matters; charged excessive fees; failed to effectively communicate with clients; failed to properly supervise lawyers and nonlawyer staff practicing without a license in another state; was dishonest; failed to provide a settlement statement to a service provider; failed to hold in trust disputed settlement funds; and solicited clients. (Case Nos. SC16-797, SC16-1480 and SC17-307) 

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