Fairhope Alabama

Highway 98 and Parker Road is Fairhope’s Malfunction Junction, compliments of a Catalyst City Council. Fairhope’s City Council supported the developer, and the developer supported them. A good ole boy deal that will impact every citizen in Fairhope and everyone else that goes through that intersection.

This is a very dangerous intersection and accidents are common. Use extreme caution through this intersection. It is going to become more dangerous every month this year.

Please read this article written almost a year ago:



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The apartments will soon be completed and another 48 units have been approved on Parker Road. The neighborhood of 16 houses and roughly 50 people will grow to 500 to 700 more people and 400 plus cars exiting Parker Road and Publix. These cars will represent several trips daily, impacting the intersection by an equivalent of over a 1000 cars, a day, once construction is complete.

Please remember this when the 2020 Fairhope Municipal Elections are held Aug. 25th. It is in your best interest to vote this council out. Replace the 5 Catalyst Council members with women, young candidates and minorities.

QUALIFICATIONS for Fairhope City Council, July 7 to 21, 2020 Step up Candidates. Get rid of the good ole boys, once and for all, Fairhope deserves better.

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  1. Richard Thompson | January 8, 2020 at 6:16 pm |

    Velly disturbing !

  2. Paying Attention from the Beginning | January 8, 2020 at 7:33 pm |

    Most will forget that council overturned Mayor Wilson’s veto to extend zoning for this apt even though constituents voted then in based on their position.

    The Mayor is the only one who tried to reverse this development. The only one. Everyone else had no issue and have proven they were for the apts.

    • Yes, let this council try to weasel its way out of going against the people. I cannot wait to see this council voted out – just like a prior one was for going against the taxpaying people.

  3. Catalyst has been caught | January 9, 2020 at 4:50 pm |

    With all the publicity about Catalyst you can bet in the next election that Catalyst will be under another name. Catalyst has lost some of its glitter and stealth.
    To find out what Catalyst will be called, I will look at who certain developers give their money to and who the politicians pay their money to for “political consulting.” This will illuminate the Catalyst trail. Just follow the money.
    I will start by looking at the political candidates who are in non-contested races in Republican primaries and see who they are paying immediately after the primaries. Then I will see who is donating to the campaigns. You see, Catalyst collected AFTER the elections last time in order to hide their tracks but in the non-contested races they accelerated their collections to get the cash flow in.
    I do not know what name they will use, but if I see the same name across political candidate forms, that will be Catalyst.
    Yes, Catalyst, I know you will read this and change your methods, but we dare you to fudge on SOS filing forms and try to hide too much. We will be watching you there as well.
    You crooks have been outed. Thanks to Ripp and no thanks to the defunct media who wonders why they are going broke.
    You politicians who use Catalyst will be known for being sell outs and crooked as well. Use Catalyst at your own peril….

  4. Crime victim | January 10, 2020 at 9:53 pm |

    The traffic on Eastern Shore is a nightmare. All these subdivisions are taxing the roads, stores, hospitals, and schools.
    Catalyst should be charged and stand trial for ecological, environmental, and economic crimes.
    Boone, Burrell, and Cox must face justice

  5. Nonamennohope | January 13, 2020 at 6:08 pm |

    Build more trailer park schools.
    Just kike mtn brook.

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