The Gwinnett County Law Enforcement family lost another member much too early last week. We are holding a fundraiser for his family. 100% will go to them. Give freely
In September 2012 we began investigating Snellville Georgia's city council and mayor. The mayor has repeatedly shown disregard for any ethical boundaries that were set in place for her office.
By Kenneth Stepp Founder, Gwinnett Ethics Inc Looking through videos of city council and county commission meetings is a great way to keep current with the ethical behavior of elected officials. And funny thing, the videos of Snellville council meetings always have something to grab the attention of ethics investigators. ...
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As an ethics watchdog or citizen group, we meet some great young candidates with bright futures. Greg Williams is one of these. It's great to see the passion and easy to see the knowledge that he has taken time to delve into. In a word, refreshing.
Gwinnett County Court & Judicial system proves to be awesome one more time.
Last week Gwinnett Ethics Inc was asked to investigate the problem with the lake and dam issues in Snellville, GA. The Summit Chase HOA is responsible for the property. This is Part 1 of our report.
From a very personal story, to a tragic story. The "Leadership Revolution" that is so prevalent in today's church is eroding the real mission with worldly trappings. Before you decide to hang me, read on.
I spent a while today thinking about the memories that made me who I am. The good ones all had my kids in them. I just had to write what I was thinking. Enjoy.
As I speak with other boomers it seems that aging is the topic we land on. So my question silently is "How Do I Age Well"? I looked to the best example i know. My Mother.
Up this morning thinking about the gun control rhetoric being thrown around. The president said a lot about it yesterday, even acted on some of it. And here it comes. Talking, talking, and more talking.
Searching back for wisdom lessons, there is one that stands out for me. Experiencing pure love and learning what community really is, I only had to look to the Goose.
I grew up in Louisville Kentucky where leadership was secondary to ego, power, and money. In 1987 I moved to Georgia, bought a small home in the woods on five acres in Cartersville Georgia and really never thought of leadership since not much affected me there.
Out of chaos comes opportunity. I am hoping opportunity shows up soon. So far only damage is in my immediate viewing area. Hearing teachers like Pastor Buddy Hoffman, at Grace in Snellville reminds me of why the church has failed so many lost people.
Nathan Horton is a person that writes political commentary, and the current treasurer of the Libertarian Party in my area, and I am a delegate with the GOP. We spoke about the trash issue and found we were arguing in two seconds. This is our solution
Before jumping to conclusions about my article perhaps I can admit that many of my opinions will likely change as I get deeper into my study. Trying to understand quantum physics is a goal, passion, and my great interest. My question is, what are we not seeing?
This is a follow up on Mayor Kautz. Unfortunately her irresponsible personal finances seem to be taking hold in the city checkbook. That can only get worse unless she is stopped.
This article was written by Crystal Husky and publish on The Snellville Patch in December. The ethics complaint is still in play and making it's way through the system.
Gwinnett Ethics Inc has been following the issues in Snellville for several months. From what we have found the mayor is doing great harm and underhanded tricks to take the city backwards.
Predictions are opinions wrapped up in flawed logic, insanity, and hope. But my hope is that I'm wrong.