The Gulfport City Council’s first meeting of the year started off with a row between Mayor Sam Henderson and Gulfport resident Ray Rodriguez.
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Gulfport city council unanimously approved a new collective bargaining agreement with the Sun Coast Police Benevolent Association for its officers and detectives.
Although Gulfport city council opted to table removing the resident-only parking signs, the council could revisit the idea in February. The changes could affect 56th, 57th, Clinton, and DuPont Streets South.
The Gulfport Police Department will get three new cars, one of which will be a hybrid.
At the Gulfport City Council meeting on January 4, the council approved a special event application for the city’s annual Pride event. The LGBTQ Resource Center hosts the event.
At its final meeting of the year, Gulfport City Council talked about removing “No Parking” signs in parts of the city. They also voted for the second and final time on a new fireworks ordinance, got an update on Gulfport Rebound participation, and heard about the Boca Ciega Yacht Club boat parade.
Snippets of things said at the Dec. 21 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Because no one but the incumbents filed papers to run for Gulfport City Council, the city will not have elections in 2022.
Notes from the December 7 Gulfport City Council meeting.
At Gulfport’s Dec. 7 city council meeting, residents spent almost a half-hour discussing what they though the city should do about a homeless man who spends time on right of ways and in Clymer Park.
Here’s some of what you missed at the Nov. 16 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Gulfport needs a new senior center, and it’s willing to pay three consultants approximately $300,000 to lobby for funds to pay for it.