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07/11/2023

I want to thank you all one last time before the polls open.

I have learned so much over the last couple months about this town I love and the heart of our residents.

One thing that especially hit me these last couple days - I want to thank our first responders and our residents who have served our military. Putting myself out there every day in front of the public just for a few weeks, it has given me an even deeper appreciation for the sacrifices that you and your families make to serve your community over the course of your entire adult lives.

I also especially want to thank our State-level leadership, Bill Herbkersman and Weston Newton, for their service through the years and for the mentoring they have given me over the last two decades.

I humbly ask for your support today. Most importantly, just get out there and make your voice and your vote heard. I have talked to so many of you and we may not agree on everything, but every conversation is important. One thing we agree on: WE LOVE BLUFFTON.

Relationships transcend politics when you care about your town as much as I do! It’s how we can truly get things accomplished, by working together. When we listen to each other, we understand there is so much more common ground than the issues that divide us!

I’ve preached bringing folks together this whole election, and for those who know me, y’all know I’ve always said The Pa...
06/11/2023

I’ve preached bringing folks together this whole election, and for those who know me, y’all know I’ve always said The Packet is the one publication I’ll never be published in. They did a great job with the candidate questionnaires but I didn’t consider that being “published”. Well, now it’s official.

Thanks to my supporters, I wrote for The Packet today. A thank you letter to the residents of Bluffton (and a front page ad to boot!).

The outgoing Mayor has decided to inject herself into this campaign in her fight to keep the status quo with negative me...
05/11/2023

The outgoing Mayor has decided to inject herself into this campaign in her fight to keep the status quo with negative messaging. And that’s fine.

What’s not right is her making a statement that there are candidates that “are running against Bluffton”.

You have seen me interviewed three times now by others. We will do an “ask me anything” tonight to answer questions you’ve sent to [email protected].

I believe the best way to show I am “for Bluffton” is to both applaud the accomplishments that built this town to date but, just as important, to identify what we can do better to build our future.

I have been a tireless champion for bringing this community together over the past two decades.

I have raised more than $500,000 for Bluffton causes through the years.

I have worked on projects with more than 75 nonprofits and community organizations since I first got here in 2003.

I have fought for positivity online, for us to treat each other with civility and respect as we have built a 25,000-member-strong “What’s Happening in Bluffton” community (we could have more than 50,000 members if we didn’t have such vigilant moderators who enforce our rules to keep the conversation respectfully and civil).

I have authored more than 1,500 articles spotlighting both the positive difference makers in this community and holding leaders accountable when there were questions that needed answering.

I have been called on by the outgoing Mayor many times through the years to help promote positive doings in town. It’s been my honor to help each and every time.

She and the Council voted me on to the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee (only to kick me off when I asked important financing questions).

I got into this race imploring my fellow candidates to focus on your positives, speak to the voters and let you the voters decide.

I talked about the importance of public candidate forums to keep the campaign positive, to give voters the best chance to compare and contrast our stances. One of the incumbents dodged more than 25 attempts to organize those forums.

The old guard likes to pick their candidates, the folks that keep them in power. I have been friends with Lisa Sulka for close to two decades, but I guess that was when I was politically useful to her. I have been a big supporter of hers while raising questions respectfully when needed (most recently in pressing for Annelore Harrell to be inducted tothe Bluffton Wall of Fame inside Town Hall, an honor that is long overdue).

I have stayed positive and taken the high road despite attacks and underhanded tactics I would have never imagined our “leaders” would utilize. The future of our town is that important and I have never backed down in fighting for what and who I believe in.

I love Bluffton. I respect the work our leaders have done. I got into this race to highlight the idea that despite some of the negativity you see from many on a day-to-day basis voiced against Town Hall, it is important to engage and pay attention to local government.

I wish y’all had been given the chance to compare us through public forums rather than through curated messages from the candidates (through pretty shiny videos or messages like I have typed out here).

But what this comes down to is simple: If you feel you are represented on Council and you like where we’re, headed, you vote for the incumbents. If you believe we need new voices and fresh perspectives to properly plan for our future, I ask for your vote Tuesday.

04/11/2023

So why did we not have a candidate forum televised for the public? Great question.

The League of Women Voters asked Mayor and Town Council candidates for available the dates the week of Oct. 23, to be broadcast on the County Channel and held at Town Hall.

Bridgette Frazier was the only candidate to not respond. She responded only after the League set a date, saying she was already booked for an event for that night on Hilton Head Island. So without all the candidates, the League decided to cancel the Town Council forum.

I stated to all the candidates from the day that I hoped we could do right by the voters by having at least one event where they can see us answer their questions on the same stage.

I have reached to Frazier 25 times looking for a replacement date where we could stage a candidate forum. She has yet to respond to me, other than on her own page where she condescendingly said “my busy and your busy are two different things” and “my calendar is booked out a year in advance”.

It’s unfortunate that Frazier is too busy to make herself available to residents and voters for a proper public forum (she’s trying to tell folks that a meet and greet at Cypress Ridge was a debate/forum; a great night, but not quite, Bridgette). Frazier brought an entourage of supporters, making it more of a pep rally (frustrating Cypress Ridge residents looking for seats).

All the candidates are busy. I had eight professional and personal conflicting events the week of Oct. 23 but I told League officials that since I made a commitment to the voters when I decided to run, I would be at whatever date they chose.

Again, thanks to Ryan Chowansky for filming interviews with all the candidates and to Michael E Covert for offering interviews to all candidates (Frazier is the only one who has refused to do an interview).

She continues to be condescending to voters who have asked her why she won’t do a full forum. So you have a choice on Election Day … candidates who are willing to ask any question at any time or a candidate that is either too busy to make time for voters or isn’t willing to answer the questions that voters may have.

03/11/2023

EARLY VOTING ENDS TODAY … Bluffton Rec Center, 61A Ulmer Road until 5 pm … Town Council, Mayor, School Referendum … all important!

Folks, if I have positively impacted your life through my years in the Lowcountry, I would ask anyone reading this to sh...
02/11/2023

Folks, if I have positively impacted your life through my years in the Lowcountry, I would ask anyone reading this to share as wide and as many times as you can … I’m fighting a lot of whisper wars right now, some nasty, nasty stuff.

I’m not getting in the mud, folks. The old guard is trying desperately to hurt me and it gets more desperate from highly confused and immoral people the closer we get to Tuesday.

They tried to get me out of the race with the ATAC stuff and now they are hitting so far below the belt, they’ve crossed legal lines at this point.

If you have any questions on anything you’ve read or been sent by anyone or questions on anything I’ve posted, please reach out to me. 843-290-6242.

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. I’m out in public every day, I am only online to try to fight the fight for respect and civility on all fronts. I’m never too busy for anyone, unlike one opponent who said “your busy and my busy are totally different” and that their schedule is booked out a year in advance as their reason for declining candidate forum invites. I’m an open book and above all …

01/11/2023

An epic thank you to the close to 100 families that have invited me into your homes over the last two months to talk about Bluffton.

A lot of the “events” began as conversations online based off assumptions versus actually knowing me.

I don’t need everyone to like me, but I do take those moments as opportunities because I know that when someone takes the time to mention you, they care. And in those moments, there is a fine line between love and hate - and most people just want to be heard.

I have heard you, it’s affirmed why I ran in the first place and I’ve listened. Regardless of whether I win or not, it’s made me a more informed resident of the town I love for future advocacy projects - and I can not thank you enough!

I humbly ask for your support but above all, please just get out and vote now through Tuesday!

Huge thank you to Ryan Chowansky and the Greater Bluffton Chamber of Commerce for getting these video interviews done! I...
01/11/2023

Huge thank you to Ryan Chowansky and the Greater Bluffton Chamber of Commerce for getting these video interviews done! I did the candidate interviews in 2019 and with me running, Ryan and his videographer/editor JC absolutely rocked it.

It’s long but “left it all on the field” with Ryan. Great questions and a huge thanks to Squat N Gobble for hosting us. Ryan asked where we each wanted our interview backdrop to be and I could think of no place that represents my Bluffton journey better.

With the 2023 Bluffton Town Council and Mayoral Elections coming up, we felt we needed a deeper dive and better understanding of each candidate running. We s...

30/10/2023

Great turnout in the first week of early voting, showing big interest in this election. Get out the vote 8:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday at Bluffton Rec Center, 61A Ulmer Road. We will need every last vote up against the incumbent machine.

First Ghost Pirates game of 2023-24 season! Was not expecting it but thrilled to see this. Thanks, Ghost Pirates and hap...
29/10/2023

First Ghost Pirates game of 2023-24 season! Was not expecting it but thrilled to see this. Thanks, Ghost Pirates and happy birthday, Davy! I needed this today. 😀

28/10/2023

I have been offline for much of today turning all media off for the day and catching up on rest and home life after a busy week of pounding pavement talking to residents.

I will be doing at least two online “ask me anything” events next week. Please email questions you want answered to [email protected].

We are going to close out this campaign strong and with dignity and respect and passion.

I thank the vast majority of you, including those present to witness the incident, for reaching out to voice your support and disgust for this latest sign stealing incident. This will be my last comment on it.

I am disillusioned by folks that I previously had a lot of respect for, some that have been decades long friends, for the way that they have reacted to the sign stealing incident on Calhoun Street.

They have defended the actions, defended the sign stealing when I expected them, if anything, to put aside politics and speak up for common decency. It’s not the Bluffton I know.

It is so small and insignificant in the bigger picture, and in the face of folks facing life and death illnesses and to my friends and family in Lewiston grieving the loss of their own.

It hits me so hard because I still believe there should be integrity in how we campaign. And I will finish this campaign with that integrity, focusing on the issues y’all care about.

Have a great weekend.

26/10/2023

My heart is full and prayers on high for the folks of Lewiston, Maine. One of my three sisters and my bro-in-common-law are leaders in Lewiston, they are in lockdown with rest of city as shooter is still at large. 16 confirmed dead at moment.

I’m late to the game because I wasn’t sure if I was going to be available to walk, but I’m part of this years NAMI Lowco...
25/10/2023

I’m late to the game because I wasn’t sure if I was going to be available to walk, but I’m part of this years NAMI Lowcountry Walk. I’m a huge advocate for eliminating the stigma around mental illness and I hope you’ll support my efforts to get NAMI Lowcountry to their fundraising goal!

I'm supporting NAMI!

25/10/2023
25/10/2023

Packet candidate questionnaire part 5 …

Q5: Please name one leader from contemporary American politics, sports, the arts or business that most closely resembles your leadership style.

Actor, director and entrepreneur Issa Rae is the next Oprah Winfrey in my opinion. Her philosophy is a modern take on an age-old concept.

She said, “I like to hire people who have a specific lane, who do something very well. I hire a lot of people who are smarter than me. If I’m the smartest person in my company, then my company will go nowhere.”

To create those lanes, you must constantly open doors for innovative thinkers. Most government leaders - Mayors, Council, town staff -- they stay too long, far past when they're still able to adapt and evolve with the needs of their residents.

They think these positions are pension-laden velvet coffins instead of mandates to lead with urgency.

25/10/2023

Packet candidate questionnaire part 4 …

Q4: How can Bluffton avoid falling into the trap of mismanagement that continues to vex Beaufort County government leaders?

It comes down to accountability, checks and balances and transparency. We have issues already starting in town. Our town staff has bloated to over 100 employees, a 600 percent rise over the last six years.

And yet, when you question their actions, like I did as vice chair of the Accommodations Tax Advisory Committee taking Town Council and staff to task for moving local ATAX funds to the town budget without alerting the committee or following proper protocols, taking millions of dollars out of play for nonprofits promoting tourism in town, they voted to kick me off the committee.

I want all town committee meetings -- not just Town Council -- televised and archived on an easily accessible page, like they do on Hilton Head Island. Council and our committees meet at times of day where working residents cannot always attend in person and so once again, we are discouraged from engaging and holding our leaders accountable.

Staff will tell you it's all on the town website, but in many instances, there is an overflow of information impossible to dissect.

I want simple metrics established, monthly charts to show what our estimated population is and the status of major projects.

The Town Manager, our CEO, gives weekly reports to Town Council on what he's accomplished, I want him to make those public.

I want an independent audit done every three years to make sure we have the most efficient town staffing model.

And I want consistency in how we administer policies and ordinances. It can't be if they like you, you can take down a building easy peasy and if they don't, you must jump through years of hoops to bring a new project to fruition.

It's time for town government to start working for the people and their businesses, and not the other way around.

25/10/2023

From the Packet questionnaire …

Q3: Does the current council adequately represent all residents of Bluffton equally? If not, what can be done about it?

No, it doesn't. We have the smallest Council in the state for towns and cities over 20,000 residents. We have not grown Council since we were 500 residents. Town Council and staff will tell you they've done surveys that say folks don't want an increase.

I talk to a constant flow of new residents that are part of the 25,000-member What's Happening in Bluffton Facebook group I own and run. Many of them -- both in Old Town and west of Buckwalter -- tell me I'm their unofficial ambassador for the town. And what I hear constantly is they feel that the town continues to act like we're one square mile, that they don't feel represented.

I love Old Town, I work tirelessly to promote Old Town businesses and to make it clear we need to hold on to the eccentricity and togetherness, the State of Mind that natives and long-time residents created that made us all want to be here.

This is not about siding with Old Town versus New Bluffton, it's about being One Bluffton. I'm not talking about making Council 20 members and creating more bureaucracy. They created a plan to govern the growth, but they completely ignored planning for growth in representation once the people are here.

You don't depend on surveys for that or lean on the results of a small sampling. It just looks like they're trying to hold on to "their" seats at the table. Those are the people's seats. This year, the incumbents acted like "how dare you run for my seat".

The Town could put it out to a referendum vote, add two at-large seats. I don't believe in wards or districts. I believe we should have folks on Council representing all of Bluffton. But there needs to be more opportunities for everyone to feel represented and not blocked out of the governing.

25/10/2023

From the Packet candidate questionnaire …

Q2: Should the town have a role in ensuring affordable housing? If yes, how do you envision that getting done?

Yes, the state has changed laws to devote local ATAX and other funds for this. I've worked with legislators behind the scenes for years to raise the cap on tax credits that can be used for these projects to make it more attractive for developers.

Yet, we still have 60 percent of the people in Beaufort County that can't afford where they're living, residents with vouchers fought for through endless hoops of government process to help pay for housing, but no units to buy or rent.

Why? You have the same people leading this that have been talking about it for 20 years and have got nothing done. We need new voices and fresh perspectives, and we need an end to the bureaucracy that has discouraged building. Create simple processes and let the private sector take the lead.

You have projects here in town languishing for years because of an endless array of hoops and staff that need to sign off. I've talked to developers that tell me they can have high-quality projects done in six months that are still waiting for approvals three years later for current projects. They will never do another project with the current bureaucracy in place. We have very little land that hasn't been permitted, we need to be aggressive in identifying spaces to change to residential and not take two years to get it done.

The land approved can't just be for staff who work on the business’ property. That benefits just a few. If Town Hall was destroyed in a natural disaster, it would take us hours to have permits in place to rebuild it. I'm not saying cut corners, but this is a crucial issue. We need to show developers we're doers here, not just bureaucrats.

25/10/2023

Since the Packet mobile site has 89,000 ads, I’m just going to publish my answers one by one here.

First …

Q1: Is Bluffton’s recent rate of population growth sustainable? The benefits are clear, larger economy and more tax revenue but what are the unintended consequences on the horizon and how would you address them?

It has to be sustainable; this growth was set in motion by the town's master plan laid out in the late 1990s. If we don't approve another permit, as of today, our full buildout is 63,000 residents. It requires leadership in relationships with county and state leaders to make sure it's done right.

The main traffic corridors are largely state-run roads. We need to have constant contact with DOT officials to be proactive in identifying traffic and safety hotspots and get ahead of the bottlenecks -- whether it be new traffic lights, like the one planned at the entrance of Palmetto Bluff and May River Road, or road expansions.

We need to identify land for a third high school and work with BCSD officials to have this built in the next five years. You have 70 percent of the population west of Buckwalter and only 30 percent of the town's commercial spaces right now.

We need to work to attract businesses that create more fun activities for families -- parks are essential but only one part of the solution. We need to push town and county law enforcement to further educate drivers on traffic safety and how to navigate merges and roundabouts. Station cars or impounded vehicles at known danger spots to slow drivers down. Bluffton PD is already dealing with 50,000-plus service calls per year.

We as citizens need to do our part in vehicle safety so they can focus on proactively protecting our collective quality of life here.

We can slow down growth, I've talked to developers willing to renegotiate their development agreements, we just need town leaders to forge those relationships. Create more golf cart slips in Old Town to ease traffic and parking issues. There is land to create nearly 200 slips in Old Town if town officials would make it a priority.

I appreciate all the feedback from the Packet candidate questionnaire. My goals and views are informed by relationships....
24/10/2023

I appreciate all the feedback from the Packet candidate questionnaire. My goals and views are informed by relationships.

I respect our State leadership and value the commitment they have made to Bluffton. And I appreciated the chance to have conversations with State Speaker of the House Murrell Smith, Gov. McMaster and members of the stste delegation about our issues here in Bluffton.

Relationships transcend politics when you care about your town as much as I do! It’s how we can truly get things accomplished with the help of our leaders.

23/10/2023

Sadly, I was just informed by the League of Women Voters that the candidates forum Thursday has been canceled because not all candidates are attending. This was to be broadcast on The County Channel, so even if you couldn’t attend, you could watch on demand from home.

The League officials were extremely proactive in asking every candidate for times this week that can work. I said that whatever date worked for the other candidates, I would make work for me.

Bridgette Frazier did not respond promptly. So the LWV picked a date that they thought worked, only to hear from Frazier that she could not attend.

This is sadly a pattern with Bridgette in not responding to people. Prior to running, I tried for four years to get in contact with Bridgette to ask her questions, to promote her and to hopefully work on community projects with her, but she did not respond once.

It’s in part why I decide to run for office - because the most basic duty you can perform as an elected official is to be responsive to your constituents and I could not understand why Bridgette never responded.

I will keep trying to get full candidate forums together, because it’s important that y’all hear from of all of us to make informed decisions.

This was the kind of day that makes Bluffton so special. First off, making the rounds at Historic Bluffton Arts and Seaf...
22/10/2023

This was the kind of day that makes Bluffton so special. First off, making the rounds at Historic Bluffton Arts and Seafood Festival. Then a night of supporting our state reps and finally, fireworks and an invite from Henry Roldan to speak to his friends and play sapo, a Latin American game where you throw weighted bronze medallions toward a board of holes and a sacred frog with its mouth open. Thank you to everyone that made this such an iconic day.

I was the only Bluffton candidate on hand last night to thank Gov. Henry McMaster for showing up and showing out for Blu...
22/10/2023

I was the only Bluffton candidate on hand last night to thank Gov. Henry McMaster for showing up and showing out for Bluffton. He was here to thank our local state representatives, Bill Herbkersman and Weston Newton, for their outstanding work in the State House.

It’s not about politics or affiliations, it’s about working together to get things done for Bluffton!

The one component that the outgoing Mayor fails to explain in her “memo” here (and left out at last week’s Town Council ...
18/10/2023

The one component that the outgoing Mayor fails to explain in her “memo” here (and left out at last week’s Town Council meeting):

So as Paul Harvey used to say, here is the REST of the story:

Town Council and Town staff made a major policy change earlier this year at their fiscal year 2024 budget workshop (and went against decades of protocol and violated a town statute) in that they moved the local ATAX funds from being allocated toward nonprofits promoting tourism (the understood intent of why folks pay the ATAX) to now being part of the town’s Capital Improvement Projects budget.

Not an awful thing in theory, as they have allocated the monies this year - a lot of projects that will, in theory, benefit tourism.

But there is a town statute that says proposals to spend local ATAX funds are to be considered by the Accommodation Tax Advisory Committee (ATAC) with recommendations made to Council. When this was brought to town staff’s attention at the special meeting, town staff did not appear to know about the statute.

The end result: they made the change in February at their budget woekshop. ATAC met in August and were told by town staff - as has always been the case - our fund balance to allocate to nonprofits, which included both local and state ATAX funds, as has always been the case.

No one from Council or staff told their own staff responsible for overseeing ATAC, let alone informing anyone from the Committee.

We made a record number and total of allocation recommendations - including a $300,000-plus proposal for a project being headed by a Town Council member, who was in the audience at that meeting and said nothing about the policy change.

After the next Town Council meeting, Committee members were informed via email that we needed to convene a special meeting and re-allocate the funds. We were told local ATAX funds would no longer be part of our consideration, but not told why.

Committee members were frustrated that there was no explanation. I saw the new fiscal year budget in
meeting with Town Staff to become informed for my Council candidacy.

That is where I learned of this major policy change. I brought up my frustrations at the special meeting, asking for accountability on how and why this change occurred. I also put in a Freedom of Information Act request asking for all correspondence surrounding ATAC between Town Manager Stephen Steese and nine different people, including Town Council and town lawyers. I also asked for an explanation of why all meeting minutes and agendas for ATAC were completely removed from the town website four days before our Sept. 19 special meeting.

And then, last week, I was informed that Town Council had removed me from ATAC, that I served at the pleasure of Council and my services were no longer needed.

All I was asking for was accountability and transparency. Our town staff has grown to more than 100 employees - a 600 percent growth in the last six years - and there need to be checks and balances in place to hold them accountable to the residents.

To this day - neither at their last Town Council meeting nor in this “memo” - no member of Council or staff has acknowledged that they made this change in long-standing policy without alerting anyone.

The town of Bluffton collects Accommodations Tax funds from overnight stays. Two percent remitted to State of SC, 3% remitted to Town of Bluffton.

The one component that the outgoing Mayor fails to explain in her “memo” here (and left out at last week’s Town Council ...
18/10/2023

The one component that the outgoing Mayor fails to explain in her “memo” here (and left out at last week’s Town Council meeting):

So as Paul Harvey used to say, here is the REST of the story:

Town Council and Town staff made a major policy change earlier this year at their fiscal year 2024 budget workshop (and went against decades of protocol and violated a town statute) in that they moved the local ATAX funds from being allocated toward nonprofits promoting tourism (the understood intent of why folks pay the ATAX) to now being part of the town’s Capital Improvement Projects budget.

Not an awful thing in theory, as they have allocated the monies this year - a lot of projects that will, in theory, benefit tourism.

But there is a town statute that says proposals to spend local ATAX funds are to be considered by the Accommodation Tax Advisory Committee (ATAC) with recommendations made to Council. When this was brought to town staff’s attention at the special meeting, town staff did not appear to know about the statute.

The end result: they made the change in February at their budget workshop. ATAC met in August and were told by town staff - as has always been the case - our fund balance to allocate to nonprofits, which included both local and state ATAX funds, as has always been the case.

No one from Council or staff told their own staff responsible for overseeing ATAC, let alone informing anyone from the Committee.

We made a record number and total of allocation recommendations at our August meeting - including a $300,000-plus proposal for a project being headed by a Town Council member, who was in the audience at that meeting and said nothing about the policy change.

After the next Town Council meeting, Committee members were informed via email that we needed to convene a special meeting and re-allocate the funds. We were told local ATAX funds would no longer be part of our consideration, but not told why.

Committee members were frustrated that there was no explanation. I saw the new fiscal year budget in
meeting with Town Staff to become informed for my Council candidacy.

That is where I learned of this major policy change. I brought up my frustrations at the special meeting, asking for accountability on how and why this change occurred. I also put in a Freedom of Information Act request asking for all correspondence surrounding ATAC between Town Manager Stephen Steese and nine different people, including Town Council and town lawyers. I also asked for an explanation of why all meeting minutes and agendas for ATAC were completely removed from the town website four days before our Sept. 19 special meeting.

And then, last week, I was informed that Town Council had removed me from ATAC, that I served at the pleasure of Council and my services were no longer needed.

All I was asking for was accountability and transparency. Our town staff has grown to more than 100 employees - a 600 percent growth in the last six years - and there need to be checks and balances in place to hold them accountable to the residents.

To this day - neither at their last Town Council meeting nor in this “memo” - no member of Council or staff has acknowledged that they made this change in long-standing policy without alerting anyone.

The town of Bluffton collects Accommodations Tax funds from overnight stays. Two percent remitted to State of SC, 3% remitted to Town of Bluffton.

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