Gulfport’s position as a defendant in a federal environmental lawsuit has come to an end. The case was filed a few years ago by Suncoast Waterkeeper, Our Children’s Earth Foundation, and Ecological Rights Foundation.
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Here’s snippets of what people said and did at the Nov. 15 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Residents at the recent Gulfport Council meeting brought up an ongoing complaint throughout the city – one that has no easy answer: homelessness.
Gulfport City Council has officially vacated the right-of-way for three parcels along what is known as Beach Drive. The second reading of the ordinance and final vote took place Nov. 15.
A search of the Pinellas County circuit court clerk’s website confirmed that four separate injunctions related to domestic stalking had been filed on behalf of four neighbors – Robert, his wife Andrea Desky, Nancy Sparks, and Cindy Stovall – with final judgments in each case entered Nov. 1 as Robert had said.
After three hours of deliberations and public input on the Beach Drive land issue that dominated the agenda, the Gulfport City Council took just a few moments at the end of its Nov. 1 regular meeting to give final approval to four ordinances regarding ongoing city business.
Here’s snippets of what people said and did at the Nov. 1 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Election season is in full swing as far as state and county races are concerned, but municipal elections in Gulfport are not too far off. The city council voted at its Oct. 18 regular meeting to approve a resolution making March 14 the official 2023 municipal election date.
In response to consistent complaints from residents over many months, and after a considerable amount of research by officials, Gulfport is beefing up its enforcement of short-term rental violations. That’s bad news for anyone operating an illegal short-term rental. Here’s what’s happening.
As the cost of residential life in Gulfport has skyrocketed in recent years, can city officials bring about anything resembling rent control? Maybe – but even if they decide that they want to, it’s a long road to get there. Here’s what Council discussed at a special workshop Oct. 20.
Here’s snippets of what people said and did at the Oct. 18 Gulfport City Council meeting.
And you thought that pile of limbs in your yard was big. Picture this: a 2,000-square-foot, four-story building. That’s how much vegetation Gulfport sanitation workers have collected since Ian blew through Florida. The only question now: What to do with it?