The Gulfport Rebound Program sent $50 in vouchers totaling $370,600 to 7,412 Gulfport households.
This week’s letters talk about the Little Free Pantries and Gulfport Rebound.
At its final meeting of the year, Gulfport City Council talked about removing “No Parking” signs in parts of the city. They also voted for the second and final time on a new fireworks ordinance, got an update on Gulfport Rebound participation, and heard about the Boca Ciega Yacht Club boat parade.
The Gulfport Rebound program has a ripple effect. Here are some ideas on how to spread the wealth in Gulfport.
Here’s some of what you missed at the Nov. 16 Gulfport City Council meeting.
Independently owned, brick and mortar businesses in Gulfport should apply to participate by Nov. 24. Every Gulfport household will get $50 in vouchers to spend at participating businesses. The city’s also using COVID relief funds to assist businesses and city employees.