Snippets of things said at the Jan. 18 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Gulfport Florida Mayor Sam Henderson
Council discussed hybrid patrol cars, Pride celebrations, no parking signs, and a collective bargaining agreement at its Jan. 4 meeting. There was also a heated exchange between the mayor and a resident.
The Gulfport City Council’s first meeting of the year started off with a row between Mayor Sam Henderson and Gulfport resident Ray Rodriguez.
Council steers away from noise ordinance changes; utility fee is officially dropped for some; COVID concerns continue with little recourse.
On May 18, council saw a return to pre-COVID days as the majority of attendees went without masks for the first time since in-person meetings resumed.
The holidays are hard on many, and 2020 has been no picnic. Learn more about mental health resources here.
Gulfport City Council finalized the fiscal year 2020-21 budget and millage rates, while questions remain about Gulfport’s Sustainability Committee.
Watch the City of Gulfport’s virtual memorial honoring the lives lost on that tragic day, and the heroes that came to the rescue.