Personal Accomplishments: 

  • First Vice Mayor of Indiantown January 2019 
  • New Business of the Year in 2016 by Local Chamber of Commerce
  • Small Business of the Year 2018 Business Development Board of Martin County Florida 
  • Named one of Stuart Magazine’s 40 under 40 Rising Stars of the Treasure Coast 
  • Reestablished the Local Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts and currently serves as Scoutmaster for both. 
  • First Black Mayor of Florida’s newest municipality. 

Political Accomplishments while working with the Village of Indiantown Council: 

  • Received the transfer of three parks from Martin County in September 2019 with $300,000 improvements already underway and anticipated annually! 
  • Adopted the Village’s first Comprehensive Master Development Plan in December 2019
  • Approved road improvement study in January 2019, leading to unprecedented levels of roadway overlay and micro-surfacing projects.
  • Initiated the acquisition of a private water and sewer plant, with the project scheduled to close by September 30, 2020.
  • Established a Code Compliance Division 
  • Authorized a $3.5M funding request to the State which led to a successful HB 2637 appropriation in the amount of $2M, for repaving and addressing drainage issues on MLK Blvd. in Booker Park
  • Approved road improvement study in January 2019, leading to unprecedented levels of roadway overlay and micro-surfacing projects. Over 22 miles of Improvement to date! 
  • Initiated the acquisition of a private water and sewer plant, with the project scheduled to close by September 30, 2020. At over 1 Million below fair market value! 
  • Improved street lighting, which began in Booker Park and ongoing Village-wide, working with Florida Power & Light to replace all FPL owned lights within the Village with efficient LED lighting, at an overall monthly cost savings to the Village.
  • Evaluating the acquisition of two parcels for a future first ever Village Hall and a community center with plans to include a community pool, gymnasium, banquet hall, and other amenities.
  • Purchased a live-stream that will currently allow residents to view council meetings online from anywhere in the world. 
  • Established Saturday Bus Service with costs reduced by FDOT and State of Florida grant funds.
  • Created Stormwater System Assessment to evaluate overall drainage system and allow for budgeting to address localized flooding concerns.
  • Pursuing CDBG Grant funding for road and drainage improvements.

Political Campaign paid for by Guyton Stone for Village of Indiantown Council, Seat 1.