Posts Tagged ‘Bill Walker’

DMR boats go for more than $120K; valued at $630K

BILOXI — The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources received 26 bids for two recreational fishing boats it wants to sell. The bids were opened today. The high bid for the 42-foot Californian was $86,600; the high big for the 36-foot Topaz was $38,614. Officials will review the bids for about a week and could sell […] [...]

Agency receives 20 bids for recreational fishing boats

BILOXI — The Department of Marine Resources has received 20 bids for two recreational fishing boats it wants to sell. Spokeswoman Melissa Scallan tells The Sun Herald the bids will be open today at the Commission on Marine Resources meeting in Biloxi. Scallan says officials will review the bids for about a week and could […] [...]

Lesson bigger than mortgage fraud

by Laura Smith Published: November 7,2010

Tags: Bill Walker, Death Pledge, Lake Tindall

Greenville attorney Bill Walker draws from real-life experience with fraudulent real estate scheme On a cold February night, with hunting season over and the weather too cold for fishing, Greenville attorney Bill Walker decided to write a book on a subject he knew all too well: mortgage fraud. Around 2001, Walker began taking on the […] [...]

Walker receives Stratton Award

by MBJ Newswires Published: September 7,2009

Tags: Bill Walker, DMR, Julius A. Stratton Award, Mississippi Department of Marine Resources

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (DMR) executive director Bill Walker has received the Julius A. Stratton Award for leadership in coastal management. The national award was presented by NOAA at the Coastal Zone Conference to acknowledge great leadership in the spirit of Dr. Stratton, the first leader of the U.S. Ocean Commission. Walker has distinguished […] [...]

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