We checked and found Miller had recently registered the name "GladesCountyFl.net" and registered it for one year with an online registry company GoDadddy.com on July 25 of this year, showing a registration to him at his presumed apartment at 100 Oxbow Drive across from the Port LaBelle Marina." The one-year registration with GoDaddy reportedly cost Miller only $8.95.
GladesCounty.org is owned by DSTR Holding, Inc. of West Palm Beach so presumably this is not what the county bought from Miller. We are stumped by "GladesCountyFl.gov" since it is our understanding that only Federal entities can own a "gov" suffix and there is no such site on the internet when we checked.
We are still wondering why Glades county, through its Commissioners, felt it necessary to buy any internet domain names at all from Miller, and especially from a former county employee. Glades county already has an existing website at MyGladesCounty.com which could serve as its website, or the county could register many other similar "GladesCounty" names at GodDaddy.com for $8.95, just like Miller presumably did just last week.