City of Stuart service area Precautionary Boil Water Notice no longer in effect

On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 6:30pm the City of Stuart has received notification from a state certified laboratory that all water samples taken after the Precautionary Boil Water Notice was issued have confirmed that water is safe for consumption. … Click here to read more

Stuart City Commissioner Tom Campenni resigns

From Tom Campenni: ” … I am going to resign as your commissioner. It is apparent to me that I can serve the city’s interest better as a private citizen than I can by remaining with the constraints of office. I intend to continue with my newsletter, blog and shine a light in other ways on what some people would rather keep under a rock … Click here to read more

Mark your calendar: City of Stuart March happenings

Mark your calendar for the City of Stuart March happenings … Click here to read more

Outside agency’s investigation into former Stuart Mayor Tom Campenni complete

From WPTV: “Some employees of the city of Stuart consider Commissioner and former Mayor Tom Campenni to be a ‘bully.’ Others say he abuses his power and intimidates employees. These are some of the findings in an 11-page investigative report … Click here to read more

Public notice from MC Utilities, City of Stuart and SMRU: Chlorine maintenance begins July 2

“Martin County Utilities, City of Stuart and South Martin Regional Utility (SMRU) will temporarily change the method of chlorinating potable water to insure the future safety of the water. The Utility water users may notice an unusual chlorine taste or odor in their tap water during the period of July 2, 2017 – July 15, 2017 … Click here to read more

Could the city of Stuart be looking at its third mayor in just four months?

From WPTV: “City commissioners could vote to demote Mayor Tom Campenni from his current position following an age discrimination complaint filed against Campenni by a city employee … Click here to read more

Former Stuart Mayor Eula Clarke charge dropped

From WPTV: “The Florida Commission on Ethics said Wednesday that former Stuart Mayor Eula Clarke did not break the law when she allegedly used the word ‘pig’ in front of a police officer. Earlier this year, the police union filed an ethics complaint against Clarke. The complaint was dismissed Wednesday … Click here to read more

Utility water users may notice chlorine taste/odor in tap water Jan 10 through Jan 16, 2016

Martin County Utilities, City of Stuart and South Martin Regional Utility (SMRU) announce that they “will temporarily change the method of chlorinating potable water to insure the future safety of the water. The Utility water users may notice an unusual chlorine taste or odor in their tap water during the period of January 10-16 … Click here to read more

Eula Clarke named Elected Official of the Year at Florida CTD’s annual conference

Martin County’s Eula Clarke was named “Elected Official of the Year” at the 22nd annual conference for the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged in Orlando. Commissioner Clarke has also served on the Stuart City Commission since 2011 and was Mayor in 2013. … Click here to read more

All Aboard Florida will impact Stuart traffic, Confusion Corner

From WPTV: “There’s a good reason that it’s called Confusion Corner and that’s because there’s so many roads coming in to it,” says Stuart city manager Paul Nicoletti. It could get even more confusing. … Click here to read more

Fasten your seatbelts, taxpayers, Tuesday’s BOCC meeting is going to be a bumpy ride

Civic activist and renowned local attorney Virginia Sherlock details the Tuesday, August 20 Board of County Commissioners meeting. The Agenda is packed with costly items. But not to worry, there’s a discretionary sales tax referendum designed to persuade you to agree to pay even more to fund still more costly items … Click here to read more