Thursday Nooner (Extra Quick)

Aaron Broussard’s appeal rejected by 5th U.S. Circuit Court ~ Andy Grimm

Some people get their kicks reading the society pages during their spare time. Me? I read audit reports from the OSA and Louisiana Legislative Auditor:

Now some shameless self promotion:

In other news a serial killer is on the loose:

Baby goat beheaded; litter mate missing ~ Natasha Robin

North shore family’s pet goat is slaughtered, skinned ~`Sabrina Wilson

5 thoughts on “Thursday Nooner (Extra Quick)”

  1. Man, that Natchez Audit Report opinion looks bad, then I realized it was from their 2013 year-end (issued about a year after it should have been). I wonder how bad the 2014 YE one will be.

    1. When people ask me if Bay St Louis could get worse my answer is yep. Now I can point the gang to a recent audit report as proof. I also ran across a county report prepared by a CPA not on the state list of approved firms.

    1. Yeah. JCEDF and Chris “one of the most important aspects of leadership is integrity” Anderson. From 2010.

      <a href="http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi-press-business/2010/03/ceo_of_singing_river_health_system_appointed_chairman_of_the_jackson_county_economic_development_fou.html"CEO of Singing River Health System appointed chairman of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation

      PASCAGOULA, MIss. — Chris Anderson, CEO of Singing River Health System, has been appointed chairman of the board of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation, effective immediately.

      Anderson, who was serving as vice chairman, succeeds Merchants & Marine Bank
      President and CEO Royce Cumbest, who became chairman in 2006.

      Jerry St. Pé was appointed to vice chair, and Fred Moran will continue to serve as secretary/treasurer.

      “While serving on the board for the past several years, I have gained a strong appreciation for the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation’s role in our area’s growth and prosperity,” Anderson said.

      1. Yeah. JCEDF and Chris “one of the most important aspects of leadership is integrity” Anderson. From 2010.

        CEO of Singing River Health System appointed chairman of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation

        PASCAGOULA, MIss. — Chris Anderson, CEO of Singing River Health System, has been appointed chairman of the board of the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation, effective immediately.

        Anderson, who was serving as vice chairman, succeeds Merchants & Marine Bank
        President and CEO Royce Cumbest, who became chairman in 2006.

        Jerry St. Pé was appointed to vice chair, and Fred Moran will continue to serve as secretary/treasurer.

        “While serving on the board for the past several years, I have gained a strong appreciation for the Jackson County Economic Development Foundation’s role in our area’s growth and prosperity,” Anderson said.

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