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he ran on the platform of jobs,jobs,jobs, not one job has been created by his office it's time for impeachment
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we are know as the city that always sleeps.
what did you expect

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sad but true wrote:
he ran on the platform of jobs,jobs,jobs, not one job has been created by his office it's time for impeachment
wish it was possible along with his children on board.
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Dec 13, 2011
 
crc wrote:
we are know as the city that always sleeps.
Need I say more?
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Dec 15, 2011
 
sad but true wrote:
he ran on the platform of jobs,jobs,jobs, not one job has been created by his office it's time for impeachment
Just like a politician ! What is wrong with the people in corinth! You complain about people on food stamps but when you can't find a Job and things are as it was 25 yes ago. It's time for a Change in our govern
It is time for people to vote for a change. Not until we demand jobs for a decent wage
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Dec 15, 2011
 

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well i say and said all along it would take more than one term to fix things and i am willing to wait and see what happens before the end of his term to see if there are signs of an upturn
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hmmmm wrote:
well i say and said all along it would take more than one term to fix things and i am willing to wait and see what happens before the end of his term to see if there are signs of an upturn
what is now is what will be in the end
yall r crazy

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the mayor is a very greatful person and works very hard in our communities.
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yall r crazy wrote:
the mayor is a very greatful person and works very hard in our communities.
I agree. He and the board are paving the way for good things. You can't expect them to do it all overnight. Years of neglect and backward thinking takes time and money to turn around. CAT has expanded, bringing in jobs. The liquor vote will bring in jobs. They are working to cut down on redundancies and overspreading and there are opportunities on the horizon that they are grooming us for. Flooding is under control for the first time in years and things downtown are looking better than they have in years. I see growth and promise. I think they are doing an amazing job. It's a thankless 24-7 job and if you think you can do better, put your hat in the ring next time so people can spread lies and smear your good name.
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Oh please, sounds like one of the aldermen sounding his own horn. They must need rotator cuff surgery from patting themselves on the back so much
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Hahaha. I am not an alderman. I would never have the nerve to open myself up to such publoc redicule. I just read the paper and pay attention to the positive things that are going on. I like what I'm seeing. Good things take time and I'm amazed at the progress since this group took the reins. Like another poster said most of time such progress isn't made in one term. They aren't solely responsible for liquor but they were open to the opportunity and supported the steps to make it happen and that is a big step to moving forward. Already hearing about restaurants expanding and opening. Liquor stores going in. That means jobs. Maybe not factory jobs, but they too might come if the city keeps moving in a positive direction. If not, there will be plenty of opportunities for all the negative nellies to shut up, step up and make things better.
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Look on harper road. We have a new factory thats gonna employ 300 people. Look at the new things thats coming to corinth since he has been in office. He started with a indebt city budget and is turning it over for the good.
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him and the supervisers should all resign.i mean tax money for tourism put on the area!!! i dont want my 2 cents to go to that deadwieght.the supers ran talking all kinds of junk and they haven;t done one thing they should also get a new ceo at magnolia murder.if you only knew somethings going on in that place.staff being cut floors being closed not getting you full hours if i get sick i hope a witch dodtor is around
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Jan 7, 2013
 
He did create two jobs:-). His job and mine too. The rest of you country bumkins need to get a darn education and some front teeth. You do know teeth is a requirement to work in the city. Now in the county you can work with no teeth and a mouth full of tobaco.
Corinth counts

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He's such a joke. He was not qualified for the position. He just wanted to be a big fish in a little pond. He could care less about this town. He's so fake
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Jul 11, 2013
 
Good Job wrote:
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I agree. He and the board are paving the way for good things. You can't expect them to do it all overnight. Years of neglect and backward thinking takes time and money to turn around. CAT has expanded, bringing in jobs. The liquor vote will bring in jobs. They are working to cut down on redundancies and overspreading and there are opportunities on the horizon that they are grooming us for. Flooding is under control for the first time in years and things downtown are looking better than they have in years. I see growth and promise. I think they are doing an amazing job. It's a thankless 24-7 job and if you think you can do better, put your hat in the ring next time so people can spread lies and smear your good name.
The mayor and aldermen can't take credit for any of the above. Liquor is a result of private citizens creating a petition and forcing a vote. The mayor and aldermen aren't responsible for flooding being under control. Private citizens forced recognition and understanding of the situation. They had no choice but to follow. The mayor and aldermen have nothing to do with businesses and renovations downtown. Again private individuals took advantage of buying low in a downturn economy and plan to profit highly. But you can bet your last dollar the mayor and aldermen will attempt to take credit for it all. Especially when it time to campaign.

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Jul 12, 2013
 
The Mayor is a highly educated self made man. Started a business in North Carolina and was very successful. Sold for an unknown amount. His power only lies as far the alderman let it. They run the show. If u were an industry owner and you had Mexico City or Corinth to choose from with MC wages at 2 hr or Corinth at 7.75 hr where would you build? The almighty Bill Clinton and his NAFTA treaty essentially killed jobs in America. Actually the Supervisors are the BMOCs in Alcorn county. And its sad that these men have control of millions of dollars. Almost all have zero education. Only one has been very successful with a business thanks to his Father in Law and Brother in Law. Another lost his Pizza place and Radio station because if lack of knowledge if running a business. LH don't even get me started. The only reason he got elected was because of OB Church and Cook Coggins. To be a super or alderman it should be required that you either have an education and beens successful or have had made a successful business. Why? Because these people knows what it takes! There is a reason Magnolia is now 80 Mill in debt. Naiper knew he was smarter than the supers and spent money like it was his own. For those that don't know the board of supervisors control the funds at the hospital because it is county owned. He ran roughshot over the 5 men because they didnt know better. Really?

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