Friday, February 24
-Seniors Mardi Gras Luncheon, Noon
-Special Needs Mardi Gras Ball, 6:00 pm
Tuesday, February 28
Tuesday, March 7
-Council Meeting, 6:00 pm
Wednesday, March 8
-Ward 5 Meeting, Donal Snyder Center, 5:30
Friday, March 17
-Special Needs St. Patrick’s Day Dance, 6:00 pm
Tuesday, March 21
-Council Meeting, 1:30 pm
-Public Hearing immediately following
— on railroad crossing closures
Tuesday, March 28
-Council Meeting, 1:30 pm
(01/28/17) Ward Meeting, Mar. 8, 5:30, Snyder Center
(12/04/16) Road Closings and Traffic Advisories
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(11/13/16) See the city’s jobs listing
(09/02/16) Waste Pro (Garbage & Recycle)
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(08/19/16) HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS (MDOT)
(02/15/16) Crime Mapping tracks crime, by location, in Biloxi. See Frequently Asked Questions to understand how this program may help you.
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(02/22/17) The city is considering which railroad crossings to close. Why? CSX Railroad requires the closing of 3 crossings for every new crossing that’s opened. And, with planning underway for the extension of Popp’s Ferry Road from Pass Road to Highway 90/Beach Boulevard, e.g., just east of Maison d’Orleans apartments, a new railroad crossing is required. Also, a new crossing is being considered in east Biloxi (east of Oak Street) for economic development purposes. A Public Hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 21, following the Council meeting at 1:30, for public comment regarding which crossings should be closed. I do not anticipate any crossings in Ward 5 (DeBuys Road, Eisenhower Drive, Beauvoir Road) to be closed. To read more on this issue click on these links: Biloxi railroad crossings, Methodology for selecting 6 crossings, 2014 Analysis of crossing closures
(02/18/19) Water and sewer rates for households that use more than 5,000 gallons per month will increase in late February or early March, depending on which of the city’s three billing cycles you are in. Click here to see the tiered water and sewer rate increases that were approved by the city council last year.
(02/18/17) Children’s Mardi Gras Walking Parade… kid activities and food followed
(02/08/17) It’s been my pleasure to serve as your Councilman for the past 3 1/2 years. Please know that I have qualified to run for Councilman, Ward 5, in the elections this spring. I will run as a Republican.
Thank you for your continued support.
City Primary Elections Tuesday, May 2, 2017
City Primary Runoff Election Tuesday, May 16, 2017
City General Election Tuesday, June 6, 2017
(02/01/17) See the Community Calendar for February 2017. To receive the calendar by mail, send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(01/28/17) Mark your calendar for a Ward 5 meeting that is scheduled for Wednesday, March 8, 5:30, at the Donal Snyder Recreation Center on Pass Road. I encourage you to send questions and/or topics of concern to me (no later than Feb. 28) that you would particularly like to see covered during this meeting. This will also give me some idea of which city officials should be present at the meeting.
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(01/25/17) The First Reading for Belle La Vie, a proposed master planned community at the northern edge of the city limits (Woolmarket), was Tabled until a workshop is conducted during the Tuesday, March 7, 6:00 pm, Council meeting. Click here to see a map of the proposed re-zoning (pdf)
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