And there has been a lot happen since I descended into the salt mine. I appreciated the continued commentary on the situation in the Bay from the commenting community here. Last night there was a City Council meeting we’ll need to catch up on but first some of what else has happened here on the coast over the past 10 days or so first up in Hancock County.
One Assistant Superintendent for the Bay Waveland School District wasn’t enough therefore:
Two asst. superintendents for BWSD ~ Cassandra Favre
And we have us a Mayor’s race in the Bay!
Mike Favre set to challenge Les Fillingame in Bay mayor’s race ~ Dwayne Bremer
Meantime a very disturbing trend of turning over the Youth Court administrator position continues at a shadowy, troubled local judicial agency:
Personnel change at youth court ~ Dwayne Bremer
Regarding the above I recommend following the money on the drug testing to gain a greater understanding of Hancock County’s child welfare industrial complex.
Next up Congressman Steven Palazzo is still hiding from his constituents:
Palazzo should answer the call of constituents ~ Sun Herald Editorial Board
Meantime over in Jackson County perhaps Scott Walker is not as sly as the nickname suggests:
That picture the Sun Herald of the Walkers at a recent Ocean Springs Board of Aldermen meeting that ran with Karen’s story – I could be wrong but I think they may be using SmilexTM Face Cream by the Joker. For the folks on the fashionable Ocean Springs East Beach Boulevard a reminder that Black Beach week will be here before you know it.
I think it is now clear that Brad Orrison, co owner of the Shed is the consummate showman:
The Shed pleads guilty to building code, flood violations ~ Karen Nelson
Meantime the Shed’s former location on Highway 53 rebranded last year sans the media spectacle that accompanied its opening back in 2008.
I’ll admit too being a bit partisan on this subject but IMHO some of the best smoked meats in South Mississippi are served on the back porch of my house.
I have another full day on tap, feel free to add your own links in comments.