Below is the live video stream of the Ware vs Dupree Election Challenge. Please tweet or recommend this page and remember to follow us on Facebook. This live feed will begin Tuesday July 23rd at 9:45am. This trial is about a free and fair election and transparency in Hattiesburg’s local government. Dupree supporters will […]
When the initial hearing took place in July, Dupree’s defense team said that Ware’s complaint was so vague that they couldn’t even respond to it. The reason for the vagueness was obvious legal strategy. They didn’t want Dupree to know what they knew. So, Dupree’s team of lawyers were forced to file a Motion for […]
After an introduction by Lhay Thriffiley and Arthur Smith Dave Ware took the podium to announce his plans to unseat Current Mayor Johnny Dupree. Ware, an independent, is an active member in Sacred Heart church, and has been a city councilman since 2006. He was also President of Hattiesburg Historic Neighborhood Association, and a community […]
Hattiesburg City Council President Kim Bradley was not happy about this shindig and wants to get to the bottom of why they were at the 3d lounge and the somewhat murky circumstances behind its opening. Additional 3d Lounge information. [FMP width=”500″ height=”281″]/wp-content/Video/Edited-Council-Video/Dave-Ware-Deborah-Delgado-3D-Club.360p.flv[/FMP]
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 with only 47 parking spaces for an occupancy permit of 325 patrons, Councilman Bradley said in session to Mayor Johnny Dupree, “If I were the Thirsty Hippo, I would sue the […]
In this video with WDAM, Hattiesburg City Councilman Dave Ware discussed the proposed nightclub ordinance. Ware later refused to support any additional ordinance measures. He cited concerns about the overreach of government.
It a rare move at a March 19th, 2012 Hattiesburg city council meeting Ward 4 Councilman Dave Ware departed from traditional city council protocol, addressing concerns raised by Joseph Rawson in the citizen forum. Rawson a regular at council meetings went before the city’s leadership to bring to their attention The Open Meetings Act of […]