Forgive them, for they know not what they do. Haughty, discourteous, hostile to pubilc participation, curtseying to developers, these two rebarbative reprobate retromingent Republicans "know not that they know not that they know not."
Developer-serving St. Johns County Commission Chair JAMES K. JOHNS, a/k/a "IDDLE JIMMY" was first named in 2015 by Governor RICHARDL LYNN SCOTT. JOHNS has ignored my requests for him (like other holders of professional licenses) to disclose the companies for which his Solid Rock Engineering works. JIMMY JOHNS and his campaign CPA, stinky St. Augustine Vice Mayor TODD DAVID NEVILLE a/k/a "ODD" TODD, won't provide their client lists. Wonder why?
Then-candidate JAY MORRIS with Gate Petroleum founder HERB PAYTON (right) at PVClub
Birds of a feather? Ethically-challenged Florida Governor RICHARD LYNN SCOTT, notorious
$1.6 billion Medicare/Medicaid fraudfeasor, with RPM International's ex-EVP JAY MORRIS, a piker by comparison.
From: Ed Slavin
Sent: Fri, Nov 10, 2017 5:18 pm
Subject: Interruptions and Retaliation at BoCC meeting 11/7/2017
1. Where are your manners?
Jacksonville Times Union
Posted June 3, 2010 10:50 pm | Updated June 4, 2010 05:46 am
By Jackie Rooney
Rooney Bin: They said 'I do' and then lived happily ever after ...
…."I never had any intention of being a politician," St. Johns County Commission, District 4, candidate John "Jay" Morris told the crowd of about 160 people at a May 25 Ponte Vedra Inn & Club fundraiser. The club and Herb Peyton of Gate Petroleum hosted the affair with a gourmet hors d'oeuvres buffet. The highly decorated Army combat pilot and Vietnam veteran - he won the Distinguished Flying Cross and Bronze Star - came to Ponte Vedra to "walk the beach and play golf." He got involved in politics because he was concerned about escalating property taxes.
[Ed's note: MORRIS sometimes claims he entered the race at the behest of Sheriff DAVID SHOAR.]
After examining the county budget, Morris told his wife, Sue, "Let's go down to the County Commission and see how you run for commissioner." She responded, "Are you crazy?" Since then, Morris has attended budget hearings and added creating jobs in St. Johns County to his platform. As a past executive officer of a Fortune 1000 company, Morris says his business expertise will be a valuable addition to the commission. He face[d] former District 5 Commissioner James Bryant and political newcomer Joseph Mayhew in the Tuesday, Aug. 24,  primary election.