Gulfport Tree Ordinance, passed Nov. 21, creates a more robust list of approved replacement trees — and ups charges to remove trees.
April Thanos in Gulfport Florida
A Gulfport City Council Thanksgiving asks (and answers), “If councilmembers were served at Thanksgiving, what dish would they be?”
The November 7 Gulfport Council meeting consisted of new vehicles for city works, tasers, and budget amendments.
Council Corner April Thanos’ town hall meeting opens up for questions about Gulfport trees, businesses, and city updates.
With new plans for the senior center, City Council contracted with Kinetic Fundraising to help with raising money.
These are some examples of things overheard at Gulfport Council’s October 3 meeting. Comments include tensions between council members.
To tree or not to tree? Gulfport City Council discusses a new tree ordinance that would make removing trees more difficult for individuals.
At the Sept. 5 Gulfport City Council met to discuss Gulfport’s operating budget. Citizens spoke up on what will happen with the money.
Representatives of Kinetic Fundraising are acting as managers for the senior center’s capital campaign. They told council members that the campaign is on track to reach its benchmark of $3.5 million by Aug. 31. The next benchmark after that is $5 million by Dec. 31.
There were so many wonderful presentations at the April 10 Gulfport on the Edge town hall. In going through all my notes from the event I found some questions I could answer now. There will be a presentation to council at the June 20 meeting. We hope many of you will show up to hear […]
What will Gulfport look like in seven years? That is the question addressed April 10 by close to 100 people. They gathered in the Casino for “Gulfport on the Edge: Community Conversations,” sponsored by Gulfport City Council member April Thanos (Ward I). “This is a town hall meeting,” said event facilitator Ingrid Bredenberg at the […]
The last Gulfport on the Edge community conversation on Monday, April 10 from 6-9 p.m. as we time travel to 2030 to Envision Possible Futures.