Council Corner With Ian O’Hara
Gulfport Ward 4 June report:
- I marched in the St. Pete Pride parade. I attended four meetings with the city manager, two meetings with Tom Nicholls, two council meetings, and held five office hours.
- Implemented a stop sign on Tangerine Avenue and a storm drain debris list.
- Received 128 emails, 35 from one individual, 10 from another, and seven from the third. I responded to 87 emails.
- Met with 17 constituents during office hours and 14 out-of-office hours. I spoke with 42 constituents on the telephone.
I am currently happy with the direction our City budget is going. I want to thank all the Gulfport residents who attended the past council meetings. They have been well-attended meetings.
Sincerely your neighbor and councilman,
“Becoming fearless isn’t the point, that’s impossible! It’s learning how to control your fear and how to be free from it.” —Victor Hugo.
About Ian O’Hara
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