Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Councilwoman Deborah Delgado

Is Hattiesburg’s government being as transparent as they should be? Was...

Mississippi has strict Open Meetings Laws which dictate that our public officials conduct business in a transparent matter. And citizens generally want a government...

Political Possum: Gia Croom’s fainting spell foils $600,000,000 “Sewage Heist” Turning...

As citizens were ordered to vacate citizen’s council quarters for a closed door executive session, Hattiesburg native Gia Croom fell out in the floor in...

Exclusive Video: Councilman Dave Ware and Councilwoman Deborah Delgado at the...

Hattiesburg City Council President Kim Bradley was not happy about this shindig and wants to get to the bottom of why they were at...

Councilman Bradley: ‘If I were the Thirsty Hippo, I would sue...

Somebody sure was having a good time together, but it didn't involve Kim Bradley. Expressing outrage that the 3D lounge was able to open...

Bradley to Delgado: You are out of order. Mayor Johnny Dupree:...

In an unheard move Mayor Johnny Dupree said the council could,"suspend the rules" and allow Delgado to motion to reconsider the appointment of Eleanor...

Hattiesburg City Council president Kim Bradley: “$1.3 million dollars is a...

Councilwoman Delgado moved to table the vote on the across the board 5% pay raise for city workers, giving the council time to discuss...

Forrest County NAACP President Charles Magee and Rev. Charles Bartley: council...

Backed by a group of African-American community leaders and concerned citizens, including Councilwoman Deborah Delgado, NAACP President Clarence Magee said there was a "Plantation...

Forrest County NAACP president and Reverend Charles Bartley appear on the...

Expressing their concerns over the city council's refusal to reappoint two African-American members of the school board and number or leaders in the African-American...

Redistricting planner Chris Watson “clonked” by Councilwoman Deborah Delgado over his...

Our constitution requires that there be no more than a 10% disparity from the most populous ward to the least populous ward. Presently it...
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