To tree or not to tree? Gulfport City Council discusses a new tree ordinance that would make removing trees more difficult for individuals.
Gulfport Florida Environment
Gulfport City Council approved two resolutions to receive financial assistance grants from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
Check out the August 3 letters to the editor of The Gabber Newspaper. This week: SunFlower School and Gulfport’s historical tree.
“We truly appreciate your coverage of the scandal with the city manager of St. Pete Beach. It filled the void that Scandoval left.”
“…he should be applauded, not vilified based on the negative opinions of a few.”
“After reading Matt Carr’s response to ‘WinWay Homes: a Runaway Train,’ I am sorry this man is allowed to do business in Gulfport.”
Check out the Mar. 30 letters to the editor of The Gabber Newspaper. On tap this week: Winway Homes, trees, and Sundown towns.
Gulfport horticulturalist Toffer Ross told The Gabber she wanted to plant Tuskegee Crape Myrtles because “the word Tuskegee has a certain embrace in what we now recognize as African American history.” She planted the trees near the cemetery, not on the actual property.