Fairhope set the stage for citizens to fight back against City Government and elected officials who stop listening to the citizens. Now Gulf Shores citizens are filing a lawsuit and fighting back about an apartment complex the City of Gulf Shores approved over the objections of the area residents.



Gulf Shores City Council to Hear Appeal of Planning Commission’s Decision to Approve Regency Place Apartments Site Plan Application Monday, October 29, 2018 4:00 p.m. Gulf Shores City Council Chambers…


This has been brewing for over a year and the City of Gulf Shores and the Mayor basically told the residents that the “Apartments are a done deal, get over it, there is nothing you can do.”

Neighbor sues over ‘illegal’ Gulf Shores apartment project – Lagniappe Mobile

Neighbor sues over ‘illegal’ Gulf Shores apartment project – Lagniappe Mobile

A resident of the Enclave at Oak Hill Condominium in Gulf Shores has filed suit against the city, a developer and a company proposing a 206-unit apartment complex next to the condos. Nan Hedgspeth, who has been a vocal part of a social media group formed to fight the complex on Regency Road is named …


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Gulf Shores, just like Fairhope underestimated the citizens frustration and the condescending way those opposed to the apartments were treated. It’s official, a law suit has been filed. A special recognition goes to Pete Sims of Gulf Shores and his perseverance in representing the citizens impacted negatively by the Apartments.

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To change planning and zoning rules, regulations, and official members of the P&Z Board, you vote out the Mayor, that’s what happened in Fairhope. That is what could happen in Gulf Shores in 2020.

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10 Comments on "GULF SHORES LAWSUIT & 2020"

  1. Citizens, too | May 29, 2019 at 4:47 pm |

    The developers are good Christian men. We should trust them to act in the Lord’s behalf.

  2. Rippfanwayback | May 29, 2019 at 5:54 pm |

    Power to the people!

  3. Anonymous | May 29, 2019 at 9:37 pm |

    The developers eventually win. They have the money to buy the politicians

  4. Anonymous | May 29, 2019 at 9:55 pm |

    I saw you in the Fairhope Council meeting tonight, (May 29) Ripp. You sure had your facts lined up. If you keep punting your finger at Burrell, you might make him mad.

    • Ole RIPP already has Jackass Burrell so pissed of he has had to increase his tums intake by 500% and has had blood shot eyes (liquor intake doesn’t help) ever since Burrell illegally threaten and would not let Ripp speak at a Faihope City Council meeting. Burrell is such a small and tiny man. All the women that let him treat them like dogs are women that no one should feel sorry for. Stand up women. Y’all are grown people!

  5. Rippfan36 | May 30, 2019 at 9:16 pm |

    Time to move. Vultures everywhere and no one cares.

  6. Ronald "Stretch" Marks | May 31, 2019 at 4:30 am |

    The great land grab is happening before our eyes. The complete destruction of Lower AL. Baldwin County lower will not be recognizable in five years. We have our good christian men in office to thank. Keep voting straight jacket repube lickin. AL is 50th. Never forget you are sh*t.

  7. Ailene Crawford | May 31, 2019 at 4:41 am |

    Sure is disappointing. No voice for the people ever. Switching the agenda at the last minute like usual. Burrell looks like one shady piece of crap. It looks like Jay R. is realizing he is politically dead if he sticks with “You Don’t Know Jack”

  8. New Schools | May 31, 2019 at 3:25 pm |

    Gulf Shores Schools broke off from the Baldwin County School System and formed its own system. Now we have real estate agents running the schools down there. When they run out of condos to sell then they can sell what will be left of the schools – whoop whoop!!

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