Letter to the Editor – The recent school board election results are energizing.

Editors: The recent school board election results are energizing. We had a candidate, Liz Bernstein, hand picked by the retiring Ms. Defenthaler, who was pushing CRT, LGBTQ agenda on our traditional American culture and community. Martin County parents have expressed their renunciation of these assaults by homeschooling, seeking private and charter settings. Ms. Bernstein has […]

Letter to the Editor ~ School Board

Editor: It was both surprising and disappointing, to say the least, reading the answers of a current board member and a challenger for the same position on Martin County School Board. Let’s review the current status of MCSD:  the district dropped from the A rating it enjoyed for years, to a B overall score, but […]

MC Property TAX INCREASE & More

ELECTION UPDATES Did you know that every elected position in Martin County will be decided this August 23rd in the Primary election ? YEP – Do not wait for November to vote folks – be sure to vote August 23rd in the Primary here in Martin County – A Special Thank You TAM Nation and […]

Want a dream job that pays?

Join the Village of Indiantown and the Fat Cat’s on staff in Indiantown ~ Susan Gibbs-Thomas lay’s it out in no uncertain terms. The Following is a post from Councilwoman Susan Gibbs-Thomas on Facebook. PSA – at last night’s (4-14-22) Village of Indiantown Council Mtg a new paid holiday (that is not a Federal Holiday) […]

2 Cents Deposited With Michael Syrkus

There has been so much talk and speculation about Disney and their “special tax loopholes”, as sighted through the ready creek improvement district. I have bitten my tongue these last few days but feel it’s a good time now to say something. It is true that Disney enjoys a special legislative designation in regard to […]

Save our small country town

LETTER TO THE EDITOR ALSO SENT TO Indiantown Village Council (From Mr.  John Pasquale) Dear Village Council members, Zoning Board , Althea Jefferson and Howard Brown: I congratulate you on the award from the Florida League of Cities. I know you are all working hard and I remind you with a quote from the 2002 […]

Slow it Down

Dear Village Council: I appreciate your work and efforts. I am very concerned about the culture, woods and wildlife and I care about what happens to Indiantown. The facts are, plans for urbanization were put together years ago without local resident discussion, examination or approval. Then in November of 2020 during a controversial presidential election […]