Nunn Yabidnez was kind enough to give us his take on the Pascagoula’s mayor’s race in comments. It also pairs up well with Tyler Carter’s article last week in the Mississippi Press:
A few more links:
Over on the West side what we have is the proverbial culture of corruption:
Off books secret bank accounts in Mississippi local government is more common than one would think. Once uncovered nothing good ever happens for those involved, even if the secret account was created with the best of intentions. This is what Hizzoner told Wes for the above article:
Mayor Les Fillingame would not comment on the investigation but confirmed the officers’ resignations and terminations.
He was a little chattier with the Sea Coast Echo’s Dwayne Bremer:
“None of these officers were targets into the investigation of former Police Chief Mike De Nardo, he said. “They all left for various reasons. I really cannot get into specifics because they are all personnel issues, but I can say that two of them left to take jobs at other departments.”
It is at this point that I will disclose a number in the number 6. Continue reading “ICYMI: It Stinketh on both ends of the coast…..”
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: Continue reading “Wednesday Omnibus: ICYMI”
Sources: Scott Walker files qualifying papers for candidacy for Ocean Springs Mayor.
— Slabbed New Media (@SlabbedNewMedia) January 20, 2017
I have been able to clarify that chatter from last night. Yesterday Scott Walker did indeed go to Ocean Springs City Hall and pick up qualifying papers for municipal office but he has has not filed any papers on his own behalf to qualify. This bears keeping an eye on to see what develops.
Indeed we do but I am a patient man. Stay tuned.
Slabbed is putting out this public service notice that everyone should keep an eye out for counterfeiters this coming Second Saturday in Old Town Bay St Louis, the Coolest Small Town this side of Mayberry.