Thanks for the Fresh Water report Frank, when I'm in the alley fishing in the sinkholes I'll keep it in mind.
Frank quoted= "For the most part, Florida's freshwater fishes are considered safe to eat."
I say= For the most part, Clam Bayou's SALT WATER fish are unsafe to eat or questionable at best.
The Dispatch office was too expensive, understaffed, with antiquated services, replacing it was the smartest thing this City could have done. The citizen are satisfied, the police are satisfied, only the tantrum throwers have failed to accept that they were wrong.
I can agree that a Domestic Partner Registry in the City of Gulfport is tantamount to building a plane that will never fly, but if we can now say that Gulfport has an "Airforce", to deceive the public, I guess that's all that is required. Lying about progress is our most important product.
Frank, they have no money so they can't do anything but work on projects that consume time but not cash. Putting up a sign warning about the toxins in the bayou isn't going to break the bank. Spending money on managing a registry...well that's not good. It's almost as wasteful as paying an extra $305,000.00 dollars for a antiquated dispatch office, for a "certain segment of the population", would you agree?