Ocean Springs Mayor Connie Moran to deliver State of the City address

Jan 11, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Mississippi Press

Mayor Connie Moran will present the State of the City Address on Jan. 17 at 6 p.m. at The Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center at 1600 Government St.

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Truth shall set you free

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Jan 11, 2013
 
I sure hope she announces that she is not running for re-election and that John McKay announces that he is leaving he County. Oh what a great day that would be!

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Jan 12, 2013
 
The best news I've heard is that McDonald said he's not running again. He and his yes man sidekick hagan have to go just for starters .How embarrassing for the others to vote like zombies . We need independent thinkers not a roaming pack . Please anyone thinking of running against these guys let yourself be known .
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Ocean Springs, MS

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#3
Jan 12, 2013
 
Hagan has qualiied to run for Ward 6 again. I hope all of them run again.
watchful eye

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#4
Jan 14, 2013
 
look for McDonald to run for mayor as he is eligible for full retirement from the coliseum
Shame Shame

Ocean Springs, MS

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#5
Jan 14, 2013
 
"The State of the City.....we are in a world of ca-ca. So, since economy is so bad and I do not see any free money out there and we have no cash for matching grants, I am through"!
Concerned Taxpayer

Ocean Springs, MS

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Times are tight at City Hall so lets spend $10,000 on legal fees to appeal a case to the Ms.Supreme Court that City leaders have been told by legal council they cannot win.All for a few people on Iberville who have already won by forcing the clinic to relocate to Biloxi.Add up what has been spent to date,the cost of the appeal,the amount of fines/penalties from the DOJ and the civil suit by those damaged by the City's wrong decision to deny comes to hundreds of thousands of dollars.What the HELL are they thinking?
Ellen

Ocean Springs, MS

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Jan 22, 2013
 
Concerned Taxpayer wrote:
Times are tight at City Hall so lets spend $10,000 on legal fees to appeal a case to the Ms.Supreme Court that City leaders have been told by legal council they cannot win.All for a few people on Iberville who have already won by forcing the clinic to relocate to Biloxi.Add up what has been spent to date,the cost of the appeal,the amount of fines/penalties from the DOJ and the civil suit by those damaged by the City's wrong decision to deny comes to hundreds of thousands of dollars.What the HELL are they thinking?


When I read this I got angry. Angry enough to call my Alderman for an explanation. Even though he refused to speak badly about the other ones he told me he voted to allow the business to locate there and when the judge agreed they all should have done the same that he voted AGAINST spending the money to try and appeal. I've only lived here just over a year so I don't know the man but he was extremely nice and I guess I tried to get him to agree the other ones were being stupid about all this but he never would say anything negative about any of them. Just called it differing viewpoints or something like that. I thought that was kind of nice of him.
answers please

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Jan 22, 2013
 
Times are tight but we are going to waste $10,000.+ on an appeal our attorney has already said we cannot win.But we are going to show everybody on Iberville Drive we stand with them.New movie being filmed in OS "DUMB,DUMBER and DUMBEST" What they should be doing is saving every penny to pay for the damages that are coming the Cities way.And on top of that the USDOJ is also going to extract more.Your alderman should be thanked by all the citizens for following the law and not letting a little blond get in his eyes.
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#9
Jan 23, 2013
 
Obviously, I don't know who your alderman is, but he wasn't telling you the truth. The only alderman to vote against appealing Judge Krebs' decision to the Supreme Court was Jerry Dalgo, who was also the only one to vote against denying Psycamore's request for a special use permit. All of the aldermen who voted to deny Psycamore also voted to persue the appeal.

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