County crews begin replenishment of Ocean Springs Front Beach

Apr 2, 2013 Full story: The Mississippi Press

Bulldozers and dump trucks mixed in with sunbathers Tuesday as Jackson County crews began the process of replenishing Ocean Springs Front Beach in preparation for the summer season.

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justthinkin

Sunset, LA

#1 Apr 3, 2013
Mr. McKAy sure enjoys spending taxpayer dollars doesn't he.

1. Enjoying a day out fishing on DMR's ( taxpayer funded ) yacht.

2. This is the 2nd time in 12 months that the Beaches have been reworked since Isaac.

3. Reworking the East Beach section is a "slap in the face " to all residents of O.S. and Jackson County. The East Beach property owners have gone to court rejecting the municipalities rights to enhance the beach with a sidewalk / biking path. But, they do not disapprove of having NEW SAND placed on their front views " at no cost to them ".... Something is drastically wrong with this picture.

HELLO - is anyone out there listening, watching, or paying attention to what the Local & County politicos are doing.

Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot !!!!
John

United States

#2 Apr 4, 2013
The answer to your question is no. No one comes here to read the rantings of less than a dozen people who change their names and post over and over sometimes. I doubt more than 15-20 OS residents even know about this website.

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