But before we get to that I think we can now conclude that Jamie Miller released the preliminary report months after the fact in order to soften the blow in the final report, which he certainly knew was close to completion when he leaked the first report out to the Sun Herald.
I have skimmed the report and besides all the bad things we already knew about double dealing Billy Walker and his family along with Tina Shumate and her family, left unmentioned anywhere in the media to this point is the fact both the preliminary and final reports are damning to the Land Trust for the Mississippi Coastal Plain, an organization both the Sun Herald and Slabbed identified early on since they served as financial intermediary in the DMR purchase of Scott Walker’s land,
Individuals connected to the Land Trust not speaking in an official capacity indicated to Slabbed the Walker purchase technically met the guidelines as property worthy of preservation. I noted the Inspector General does not seem to buy into that notion. Even worse, the OIG identifies a conflict of interest no one seemed to notice. Here is the specific verbiage from the final OIG report:
That pesky Billy Walker mud hole claims another victim in Judy Steckler, who joins the Walker and Shumate families in the local conflict of Interest club. Continue reading “We have a final IG report on the DMR Coastal Impact Program”
Here is the setup via the Seacoast Echo:
The sale of the old Second Street Elementary property in Bay St. Louis has been slightly delayed, but the prospective buyers have put up $100,000 to sweeten the deal.
At a special meeting on Friday, the Bay-Waveland School District Board of Trustees approved an amendment to its commercial real estate contract with New Orleans developers Jim and Catherine MacPhaille.
The deal was expected to close on May 2, but the amendment extends the closing until May 20. School board attorney Ronnie Artigues told board members that the delay is necessary because the MacPhailles are in the midst of another real estate transaction.
Once again doing research on a topic leads me to a St Chas mansion via the Times Picayune social pages:
Queen Anne-style house matches the grandeur of the Uptown park it overlooks ~ NOLA.com
So these cats live in a multi million dollar mansion with a view of Audubon Park and yet they are jonesing on a $786,000 steal in the heart of Old Town Bay St Louis? After all these are the same folks that shelled out $2.45MM on a historic school in NOLA just for the heck of it. Continue reading “I am hearing disturbing things about another Bay Waveland School District real estate deal…….”
That there are only two phases to the stock market and those have nothing to do with bulls and bears.
Accumulation / Distribution: Don’t get caught.
Gotta give props where due to Sabrina Wilson.
Major Donnie Saucier of the Pearl County Sheriff’s Office said a vacation home owned by a well-off Jefferson Parish family was burglarized in April 2012 and the owners said that an estimated $1 million in antiques, artwork, guns and other items had been taken.
Meantime over on WDSU the victim was described as a “Pearl River County Lawyer”. The house that was burglarized is located in Lamar County. I’ll shake the tree.
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