Posts Tagged ‘Felix Gines’

Candidate to forgo $115,000 salary if elected Biloxi mayor

BILOXI — Cono Caranna told a crowd of supporters he is seeking election as Biloxi’s next mayor and if elected, he will serve without pay. Caranna, who served as Harrison County district attorney for 26 years, told supporters Tuesday “public service is about service.” The Sun Herald reports the Biloxi City Council last week asked […] [...]

Biloxi special election for mayor is April 28

BILOXI — The Biloxi City Council has set April 28 as the date of a special election to fill the remainder of former Mayor A.J. Holloway’s term, which ends July 1, 2017. Candidates must quality for the special election by 5 p.m. April 8. A runoff, if needed, will be May 12. The Sun Herald […] [...]

Council okays money for more seats at minor league baseball stadium

BILOXI — The Biloxi City Council has authorized spending $418,000 for about 2,000 seats initially removed from plans for a new minor league baseball park. The additional cost puts the ballpark project $90,000 over its $36 million budget. The city council voted 4-3 yesterday to spend the money. Contractors say work on Biloxi’s new baseball […] [...]

Vote delayed on Coast baseball stadium bonds

BILOXI — Facing a possible tie vote, Biloxi’s baseball stadium was pulled off last night’s Biloxi Council agenda and will be taken up at special meeting next week. Five resolutions, including a vote on a $21-million bond to build the stadium, were removed from the agenda at the start of the meeting. Councilman Felix Gines […] [...]

Baseball team owner wants quick vote on stadium

BILOXI — Ken Young is ready to bring a minor league baseball team to Biloxi. He said yesterday he’s hoping for a vote by the end of the month so the stadium can be built in time for the start of the 2015 season. The Sun Herald reports the vote isn’t on the agenda for […] [...]

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