Kenneth Bluh

Kenneth has been writing a column for Community Newspapers since 1989 when he first wrote about the incorporation movement in UMSA (Unincorporated Municipal Services Area). His columns cover the political scene in Miami-Dade and Tallahassee. Educated at the Wharton School in Philadelphia, Kenneth has been a member of the banking/mortgage lending profession in Florida since 1962. Contact him at or 786-247-0547 where he manages American Bancshares Mortgage LLC’s Reverse Mortgage Department.

Déja vu, again and again and again in Tallahassee

Déja vu, again and again and again in TallahasseeI guess the old expression “try and try again until you get it right” doesn’t apply to the members of our legislature in Tallahassee who have been, under Florida’s Supreme Court orders, trying to redraw our legislative district voting boundary maps. They …

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Where do you go when the library is closed?

Caroline, age 24, wants to go on the Internet and look for a “real job.” She knows how the Internet works. She learned how in high school. But Caroline doesn’t have a computer. She can go to the local public library where it’s free and available to the public. Caroline …

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