Waveland City Government

Sunday, September 10, 2006

The List of Questions

On November 8th, we sent the following list of eight thought-provoking questions to the eleven candidates who made it through the primaries.

1. What do you think are the three most important issues now facing the city of Waveland? Please list by priority.

2. What role, if any, do you see “Smart Code” playing in our future development?

3. How do you feel about the vision of Waveland that came out of the recent planning "charrette” sponsored by the Governor’s Commission. What actions, if any, should the city take to implement the plans?

4. How do you stand in regards to the proposed marina at the foot of Coleman Avenue and why?

5. Should current single-family zoning along the beach be changed to allow more high-density development? Why or why not?

6. What impact do you feel that the County’s plans for a major resort district adjacent to Waveland would have on the community?

7. The officials of Bay St. Louis and Hancock County are currently making efforts to coordinate comprehensive plans. Would you lend support to Waveland joining the effort? Why or why not?

8. There has been exploration by the cities of Bay St. Louis and Waveland in regards to combining the two city’s governments (or at least some services) to save money. How do you feel about such proposals? What services or departments, if any, do you think might benefit from such cooperation?


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