FOLLOW THE MONEY:
NOW BLUEWATER DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS, LLC. HAS STEPPED IN!
FISHY AS HELL!!!
BLUEWATER DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC
TRANSMITTAL LETTER – MARCH 11, 2005
MARK M. DRAZEK
1316 E WASHINGTON STREET
ORLANDO, FL 32801
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
ARTICLES OF DISSOLUTION – MAY 4, 2009
PRESIDENT AND REGISTERED AGENT 2009:
JOSEPH H. STANLEY
3303 WESTMORELAND DRIVE
TAMPA, FL 33618
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY INTEREST???
From the local mulletwrapper:
“The Air Force still owns the 124-acre Fuel Depot site, Bluewater would have pre-emptive development rights because they were one of two bidders, with Tyndall Development Partners, to develop the property in 2008. Tyndall Development Partners (TDP) told Lynn Haven in 2012 that its is no longer interested in the property. TDP won the bid in 2008 for $3 million.”
Michael Cazalas and Halifax Media’s Panama City News Herald has long since been covering up for the “RACKETEERING ENTERPRISE” and has been deleting comments and purging archives right and left….they have used “nicknames” and other tactics to help cloak who is actually doing what to U.S.
Conman Boyd gave them acres of waterfront property in Lynn Haven, Florida as compensation for construction work done on Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida.
HUNT, ELP is the managing partner, but it was never disclosed who the OTHER PARTNERS WERE….
PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA HAS LONG SINCE BEEN THE HOME OF A HUGE “RACKETEERING ENTERPRISE” THAT HAS BEEN IN CONTROL OF EVERYTHING FROM POLITICS TO THE BANKS……FROM THE MILITARY CONTRACTORS TO THE MONOPOLISTIC BUSINESSES…..FROM THE WHITE WESTERN MEN’S CLUB TO THE ECONFINA MEN’S CLUB…..AND BEYOND….
I helped City Iron Works, owned by G. W. Hobbs and Randall Coatney, build the U.S. Air Force Fuel Depots in Lynn Haven and Tampa, Florida. Others on the job were Donnie Jackson, now one of the heads of the Rev. J.W. Hunt Church, and Adrian Coatney, who died in a very suspicious suicide,
Now Bluewater Development Group has raised their hands to fill the corruption void left by TYNDALL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS, LLC, HUNT, ELP MANAGING PARTNER since, in my honest opinion, they do not want to disclose the details of who the other partners were, the terms and conditions of the contract with the U.S. Government that led to the scam deal for the property based on compensation that was derived via construction at Tyndall Air Force Base (How could that have been properly bid?) and what the final contract terms are in lieu of the failed Conman Boyd, et.al. scam falling through. Conman Steve Southerland had to have been a party to this deal, too..
IS THIS THE COMPANY THAT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2012???
HOW COULD THEY PLACE A 2008 BID???
PANAMA CITY, FL 32401
PANAMA CITY, FL 32401
PANAMA CITY BEACH, FL 32413
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Please spend some time looking around here:
This is the original story in 2008…..WHAT A SCAM THEN AND NOW….
|10/14/2008 – WASHINGTON — Air Force officials and Florida Congressman Allen Boyd announced Oct. 14 the selection of Tyndall Development Partners, LLC, as the highest ranked offeror for negotiating a transfer of the Lynn Haven Fuel Depot property in Lynn Haven, Fla., in exchange for performing military construction at Tyndall Air Force Base.
Kathleen I. Ferguson, the deputy assistant secretary of the Air Force for installations, selected Tyndall Development Partners, LLC, which is owned and managed by Hunt ELP, Ltd., of El Paso, Texas. Air Force officials now will enter a period of exclusive negotiations with the company to determine the terms and conditions of the transaction.
Air Force officials have been working closely with those in the city of Lynn Haven, Florida State University and Congressman Allen Boyd’s office on a plan for development of a water-based research park, with an FSU-Panama City satellite campus serving as an anchor. The development will increase tax revenues and significantly expand economic development in Lynn Haven.
“This is an exciting opportunity to convert underutilized, vacant property into a productive development,” said Brig. Gen. Darryl Roberson, commander of the 325th Fighter Wing at Tyndall AFB. “This transaction mutually benefits the local community, FSU, and the Air Force now and into the future. We all have a vested interest in seeing this project successfully completed and we look forward to working with the developer.”
Congressman Boyd praised the participants for bringing this together.
“This is great news for Tyndall Air Force Base, FSU, the city of Lynn Haven and the people of Bay County,” he said. “Last year, through legislation in Congress, we reached an agreement to transfer 40 acres located at the Lynn Haven Fuel Depot to FSU for the purpose of developing a new research campus. In the past year, we moved forward and continued to work together to determine the best way to utilize the remaining land that will most benefit our area. I am pleased that through our collaborative and coordinated efforts we are seeing this project to a positive and successful completion.”
The Lynn Haven Fuel Depot property consists of three parcels totaling 184 acres. A parcel of approximately 40 acres has been designated for transfer to FSU for use as a satellite campus; a 50-acre parcel is a railroad right-of-way that will likely be used to improve access to the site; and the remaining 94-acre parcel is intended for development by Tyndall Development Partners, LLC.