Letters and commentary to the Gabber Newspaper for the week of August 5.
Gulfport Florida City Council
At the August 3 meeting, Gulfport Council raised water and sewage rates, dropped the utility fee for some and approved multiple events while expressing concern over the COVID surge.
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.
Plus, council talks alternative transportation in Gulfport, police chief announces a mental health initiative and Councilmember Thanos asks city to consider debt collection.
In heated statements, Councilmember Brown took aim at her recent Ward 2 opponent, Mike Bauer, and Councilmember April Thanos over alleged political attacks.
Tuesday, March 9, Gulfport voters narrowly decided to retain their representatives on Gulfport City Council for Ward 2 and Ward 4.
Gulfport City Council quickly ran through five resolutions related to upcoming events and the city’s ongoing sewage system maintenance.
An evening of presentations – from K-9s to Habitat for Humanity – ends with the city’s year in review for each department.
Two men leveled allegations of racism at the city of Gulfport; Vice Mayor honored Black historian Dr. Carter G. Woodson; city renews school officer contracts.
On their first meeting of the year, Gulfport City Council discussed Board of Adjustment variances, policing across city lines and the end of library fees.
At the Tuesday, December 15 Gulfport City Council meeting, the sole item on the agenda dealt with the 2021 municipal elections and name placement on the March 9 ballot.
Gulfport Council socially distanced at the Catherine Hickman Theater on October 6 to discuss housekeeping items, a potential public safety bill and more.