Fairhope should now begin to see the writing on the wall. The Fairhope City Council is voting as a unit and the council president, Jack Burrell, is calling the shots. One thing that is perfectly clear…
There is a reason for deadlines and the company missed it. Just because it was the mayors favored bid doesn't change the timing. I'm getting the feeling that the Mayor has never been told "No." She can't handle it and you're her mouthpiece.
What part of " after the deadline" do you not understand?
I briefly watched that on Thursday. Burrell, Boone, and Brown showed up I guess to make quorum to slam something else through transparently. It looked shady and the time of day was weird especially for the topic.
"That strong divide that has split Republicans in a big way. Moore supporters aren’t likely to support Strange, if Strange gets the nomination, which appears more and more unlikely. Strange supporters aren’t likely to support Moore who, quite frankly, is just unacceptable to most reasonable people.If those voters choose Jones because their awful candidate lost, we could have a major upset.
Update: Johnson resigned from Daphne yesterday and is expected to begin in Fairhope in October, according to the Fairhope Courier.
Mayor Wilson announced that Richard Johnson will become Fairhope's next Public Works Director: Johnson has been serving in that capacity for the city of Daphne since 2010.
Before that he was an engineer with Hatch, Mott and Macdonald and worked for Baldwin County in the permitting department for a time as well: Johnson has a B.S. degree in civil engineering from U.S.A. according to the mayor.
You are using 9-11-01 as a lead in to your story about the council's meeting on 9-11-17? You are using 9-11-01 as a platform to express your political views? You are using 9-11-01 and a picture of those towers burning for personal gain? What ever happened to REMEMBER and Let is NEVER forget? I would think it to be more admirable to use your public position to honor those who have fallen. Especially if you are posting that picture!!! I find your use of this picture an absolute disgrace to the remembrance of that terrible day!
Ripp is a shameless, opportunistic ass.
Keep deleting my post, if some one doesn't agree with you then
u hit delete Wow FREE SPEACH
Yesterday, the city's planning commission gave final approval to the plan for 240 apartments along Fly Creek (behind/south of Publix), bringing an end to a nearly two-year saga that helped change the direction of city government.
That is the lying City Council we voted in to screw us, remember that in 2020 they put planning and zoning in the position of approving the site plan without a choice. Get ready folks traffic at Parker road will be a nightmare and the developer is going to come back with a connectivity plan to connect Rock Creek and Woodlands. The creek will experience further damage and the developer, Mr Speed and property owner Aurthur Corti will be long gone when it comes time to clean up the mess, we the taxpayers and residents on the creek will have to pick up the tab
The Courier Editor, Chuckee the lonely lover, left out one important fact about his article: Mike Turner is married to Pam Caudill who is on the Fairhope Airport Authority and a dear friend of Jack Burrell. Pam was on the board when the decisions were made about the airplane hanger leases in question, that were awarded to another Board member Ray Hixs. ...
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE AIRPORT AUTHORITY AND JACK IS FLYING THE PLANE WAKE UP FAIRHOPE THE AIRPORT IS A FINANCIAL BLACK HOLE THAT SERVES LESS THAN 1% OF FAIRHOPE CITIZENS AND RECEIVES MORE MONEY THAN EDUCATION. ...
Temperatures are reaching a boiling point in Fairhope, where Mayor Karin Wilson remains at odds with the city attorney and a majority of the City Council after three former employees and now an outspoken citizen have filed notices of claim against the city — precursors to potential lawsuits. Meanwhi...
The Gadfly: Sept. 7, 2017 Posted by Melissa Edge | Sep 6, 2017 | The Gadfly | 0 | (Cartoon/Laura Rasmussen) AS millions of gallons of raw sewage has been discharged into our waterways this year, it seems we are up sh*t creek with out a paddle or a plan!Share: Rate:
Here’s something fun to think about: In the first eight months of this year, more than 21 million gallons of raw sewage has been discharged into Mobile and Baldwin county waterways. Yes, that’s 21 million gallons — roughly 32 Olympic-sized pools worth of poopy water dumped into bayous, creeks and th...