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Net Worth of Jax Council Members

Every year all elected officials in Florida are required to submit a "Financial Disclosure Form". This form breaks down the official's assets, liabilities and sources of income. It's purpose is to keep officials transparent about where their monetary interests exist.

Published September 9, 2013 in Urban Issues      13 Comments    Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article




Clay Yarborough, District 1
Net worth: $20,000

Date Filed: 07/05/13
Income Sources:
  • City of Jacksonville:$44,500
  • UPS: $23,000
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Reginald L. Brown, District 10
Net worth: $25,000

Date Filed: 01/10/11. Brown has not refiled in two years. Last disclosure is for 2010. Fines assessed $125.00.
Income Sources:
  • City of Jacksonville:$45,000
  • U.S. Army Reserves: $10,000
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13 Comments

TheCat

September 09, 2013, 08:33:16 AM
You an go directly to a specific councilperson's page by referencing the list below:

District 1: Clay Yarborough - Page 2
District 2: William Bishop - Page 7
District 3: Richard Clark - Page 6
District 4: Don Redman - Page 3
District 5: Lori N. Boyer - Page 11
District 6: Matt Schellenberg - Page 4
District 7: Dr. Johnny Gaffney - Page 8
District 8: E. Denise Lee - Page 5
District 9: Warren A. Jones - Page 3
District 10: Reginald L. Brown - Page 2
District 11: Ray Holt - Page 4
District 12: Doyle Carter - Page 6
District 13: Bill Gulliford - Page 9
District 14: Jim Love - Page 9
Group 1: Kimberly Daniels - Page 8
Group 2: John R. Crescimbeni - Page 7
Group 3: Stephen C. Joost - Page 10
Group 4: Greg Anderson - Page 9
Group 5: Robin Lumb - Page 5

CityLife

September 09, 2013, 08:34:54 AM
If Kim Daniels is a millionaire, so too is half of America....you don't count a life insurance policy as an asset...unless you plan on killing the holder of the policy.

acme54321

September 09, 2013, 08:47:26 AM
Haha I was thinking the same thing!

Bridges

September 09, 2013, 09:12:56 AM
She takes out a life insurance policy on every demon before she exorcises it.  It's a brilliant little scheme. 

But that's not even the weirdest issue.  She is claiming 8,000 Iraqi Dinars.  She bought into that little scam and claims it.

JayBird

September 09, 2013, 09:26:20 AM
Wonder if Matt Shirk would claim his Whisky River tabs as "Recruitment Expenses".

TheCat

September 09, 2013, 09:31:10 AM
It depends, life insurance can have a cash value, which is considered an asset. It looks like the insurance industry wants people to consider Life Insurance an asset, of course.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/05/18/insurance-new-asset-class/


The Iraqi dollars... :-[ . I don't know. I find it disheartening. 

I'm still trying to figure our Joost's disclosure. As far as I can tell he does not go into detail about where his income comes from. There is enough information there to make assumptions but I don't see it detailed like the rest of the members. He's labeled $900,000 as "other income".

Then there's Brown who hasn't filed in a few years. The actual penalty for not filing is $25.00 dollars per day up to $1,500.  He's been fined $125. It's purposeful disregard to not file the financial disclosure.

acme54321

September 09, 2013, 09:37:36 AM
It depends, life insurance can have a cash value, which is considered an asset. It looks like the insurance industry want people to consider Life Insurance as an asset.

http://www.foxbusiness.com/personal-finance/2011/05/18/insurance-new-asset-class/


The Iraqi dollars... :-[ . I don't know. I find it disheartening. 

I'm still trying to figure our Joost's disclosure. As far as I can tell he does not go into detail about where his income comes from. There is enough information there to make assumptions but I don't see it detailed like the rest of the members. He's labeled $900,000 as "other income".

Then there's Brown who hasn't filed in a few years. The actual penalty for not filing is $25.00 dollars per day up to $1,500.  He's been fined $125.

Joost owns 11% of Firehouse Subs.  I'm guessing that's where a lot of it is coming from.

jcjohnpaint

September 09, 2013, 09:49:46 AM
Thanks for posting this.  You guys are the best! 

TheCat

September 09, 2013, 03:09:39 PM
This is Gulliford's company:

http://www.majormachinery.com

Sunbeam

September 10, 2013, 07:18:54 AM
WOW! more than enlightening

Shine

September 18, 2013, 12:15:26 PM
What really is the value of this?  Any public official who is going to be involved in graft and corruption is not going to create a valid financial disclosure and attest to their own guilt.  Any same, under probable cause, can have their financial records subpoenaed.  It reeks of political voyeurism.  How is it constitutional to demand someone’s personal papers because they may commit an as yet undetermined crime sometime in the future?

MEGATRON

September 18, 2013, 02:51:39 PM
What really is the value of this?  Any public official who is going to be involved in graft and corruption is not going to create a valid financial disclosure and attest to their own guilt.  Any same, under probable cause, can have their financial records subpoenaed.  It reeks of political voyeurism.  How is it constitutional to demand someone’s personal papers because they may commit an as yet undetermined crime sometime in the future?
Agreed.  I have never understood what this accomplishes.

stephendare

September 18, 2013, 02:53:56 PM
What really is the value of this?  Any public official who is going to be involved in graft and corruption is not going to create a valid financial disclosure and attest to their own guilt.  Any same, under probable cause, can have their financial records subpoenaed.  It reeks of political voyeurism.  How is it constitutional to demand someone’s personal papers because they may commit an as yet undetermined crime sometime in the future?
Agreed.  I have never understood what this accomplishes.

I guess a couple of hundred years of rueful, bitter experience is a pretty good candidate for the reason.
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