Based on what a citizen unaffiliated with the Gulfport Presbyterian Church, the City of Gulfport removed a little free pantry from the church’s property – much to the surprise and dismay of church representatives, who expressed outrage over the unauthorized removal.
Gulfport City Manager Jim O'Reilly
As COVID-19 cases surge in Pinellas County, municipalities look for ways to help stem the spread after state restrictions on mandates.
Gulfport Council continues their discussion on $5 million in COVID relief funds; a new noise ordinance goes for a test drive and the LGBTQ Resource Center gets a check.
On April 20, Gulfport residents petitioned council to hold more open, public discussion on marina redevelopment plans, complained about noise, and council considered an HRO board.
Gulfport Council socially distanced at the Catherine Hickman Theater on October 6 to discuss housekeeping items, a potential public safety bill and more.
Gulfport opens City Hall, PD, gives updates on pier repairs, but hits a stumbling block on next year’s budget: pickle ball courts.
Gulfport City Council added bullying and cyber-bullying to the city’s Human Rights Ordinance, but how does that get enforced?