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77th Anniversary of DDay remembered by Mayor Sandy Stimpson

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - Today marks the 77th Anniversary of D Day, the beginning of the end of World War II. Mobile's Mayor Sandy Stimpson went to twitter to remind those of the heroic sacrifices of American soldiers who were stormed the beaches of Omaha and Utah in Normandy, France....
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‘Not Done Yet’: Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson’s reelection ad touts successes while underlining forward momentum

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson’s reelection campaign on Tuesday launched its first TV advertisement of the cycle, highlighting Stimpson’s record of success leading Mobile’s revitalization, economic development and infrastructure improvements. The 30-second ad, entitled “Not Done Yet,” features major city successes that Stimpson spearheaded while outlining that Mobile’s momentum continues to...
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Review: About Endlessness Explores the Human Condition, the Passage of Time and How Little Any of It Matters and Mayor Sandy Stimpson releases statement on the passage of ‘Aniah’s Law’

Mayor Sandy Stimpson releases statement on the passage of ‘Aniah’s Law’ and Review: About Endlessness Explores the Human Condition, the Passage of Time and How Little Any of It Matters. Last News:. Gov. Newsom expands drought emergency, adds Lake and 38 other counties added. Joe Biden’s Broadband Push Could Be...
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Mayor Sandy Stimpson announces new administrative appointments

MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — Mobile’s Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced three new administrative appointments on Thursday morning. Mobile Chief of Police Lawrence Battiste will now lead as director of public safety for the city of Mobile. Battiste has been chief for nearly four years. Mayor Stimpson promoted Director of Public Safety James Barber to chief of staff for the city. He also appointed Mobile native and retired Thyssenkrupp Steel North America President Robert Bob Holt to serve as Mobile’s executive director of finance.

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson warns the public on impromtu Mardi Gras marches

MOBILE, Ala. --Today Mayor Sandy Stimpson issued the following statement warning citizens about impromptu Mardi Gras marches and unsanctioned events:. “We know that large Mardi Gras parades and close gatherings have the potential to become super-spreader events. That’s why we worked with the parading organizations over the last 5 months to not have parades and with all organizations to not have balls. We are grateful for the shared responsibility and cooperation of the Mardi Gras associations to help slow the spread of COVID-19 during the carnival season this year.
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Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson makes announcement of campaign for 3rd term

MOBILE, Ala. (WPMI) — With today's announcement by incumbent Mayor Sandy Stimpson, a total of three candidates have declared their intention of seeking the mayor’s office. Mobile City Councilman Fred Richardson and Mobile Municipal Judge Karlos Finley have previously announced. The latest campaign finance filings show that Fred Richards has...

Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson to seek third term

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced his bid for a third term on Monday, January 25. According to a video released by his campaign, Stimpson said, "now is not the time to let up," and that, "the best is yet to come." Stimpson is the third candidate...