I’m taking a break from the pile ‘o files on my desk to pen a short post on our first month here on slabbed and the posts our readers found most interesting. I won’t bore you with a top 10 list; instead I’ll share what you liked that jives with the posts I liked. Nowdy please feel free to chip in with your favorites that were also crowd pleasers. Obviously the response in terms of both page views and visitors far exceeded our old blogspot site and our wildest imaginations. Drumroll please…. Continue reading “The March Report….”
Yet another amazing difference in USA v Moultrie and USA v Scruggs is the mutually agreed to take-all-the-time-you-need Motion for Continuation.
Well, it does get so very hot here in July and early August and it takes so much time to prepare for a really big case – months and months just to go through the government’s evidence and on certainly wouldn’t have time between now and the middle of June to prepare for two
Plus, if you’ve got a great place in Florida, you surely don’t want to spend your summer in Oxford and certainly not London – big tourist season, you know.
Judge Mills is just so much more understanding in warm weather. Good thing, too. When folks are given a short time to examine a truckload of evidence and have every motion denied, they often end up with a plea agreement – and we surely wouldn’t want that to happen, not here in the hospitality state, not with our super deluxe.
The words actuarially sound would not be popping up on an increasingly frequent basis if the passage of HR3121 had not become a very real possibility – as well it should.
Folks on the Coast are not the only ones facing a housing crisis – just likely the only ones facing foreclosure without out a house!
As a construction specialized CPA, Sop is far more qualified to explain the housing crisis on the Coast by those numbers. So, let’s talk about the crisis here in different terms.
An adequate supply of affordable housing is the engine of economic and community development because the built community is the infrastructure of the social community. Continue reading “Pick your peril!”
Yesterday evening we were greeted with news on WLOX TV about the Wyndham Hotel having plans to come to the Biloxi waterfront with a 24 story hotel development.
Biloxi may have found the non-gaming anchor that it needs to reinvigorate its waterfront. Wyndham Hotels presented a plan to the Biloxi City Council that would bring the world’s largest hotelier to the small craft harbor.
The story continues:
McElroy’s Seafood Restaurant was always considered a special part of Biloxi’s harbor area. But like so many other businesses, it got washed away by Hurricane Katrina. Continue reading “Is this is the kind of coastal development Mr. Hunter can live with….”