Vice Mayor Bill Gavin publicly addressed rumors about Mayor Robert Smith’s health and extended absence from City Hall Tuesday, saying as far as he knows Smith’s health is improving and that he “doesn’t anticipate” Smith dropping out of the upcoming mayoral election.
Ward 6 Councilman Bill Gavin believes Columbus schools’ poor performance is a major issue stunting the city’s growth.
Ward 4 Councilman Marty Turner used social media once again to take aim at another city councilman Sunday morning.
Three Columbus council members are going to a Washington, D.C., conference later this month, but a dispute over whether taxpayers should pay for the trip took place during Tuesday’s city council meeting.
Candidates for Ward 6 Councilman spoke to members of the Columbus Exchange Club on Thursday at Lion Hills Golf Club in hopes to educate voters about how they could best serve the city of Columbus if elected.
Incumbent Bill Gavin and challenger Whirllie Byrd will mean business when they face off in the upcoming Columbus municipal election primary.
Mayor Robert Smith didn’t mince words: Columbus has a crime problem, and he and the City Council are determined to do whatever it takes to eradicate it.
Bill Gavin’s Highway 45 merchant association is moving forward, but both he and the organization will do well to practice patience.
The success of Columbus’ chapter of the Mississippi Main Street Association has Ward 6 Councilman Bill Gavin thinking something similar could work for Highway 45.
Speaking on behalf of Columbus Mayor Robert Smith, Vice Mayor and Ward 6 Councilman Bill Gavin Tuesday told the Columbus Rotarians the city is “doing really well.”