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On the delta of Mobile Bay,
five minutes from downtown Mobile
621-8881
The 'go to' accounting firm
on the Gulf Coast

Mobile - 473.5550
Fairhope - 928.9300
"Mobile’s newest sensation in sophisticated dining."
Tues.-Sat.
5:30-9:30 p.m.
Reservations recommended
433-0377
6 N. Jackson St.
downtown Mobile
Wintzell's Oyster House
Downtown - 432-4605
West Mobile - 341-1111
Saraland - 442-3335
Fairhope - 929-2322
"chic and contemporary ... like a Manhattan restaurant, but with a little southern softness."
344.3334
29249 US Highway 98 Daphne                                                               621-1357
'Bimini is great music, great food, great drink and unique places run by                                                    warm, hospitable people.' -- Bob Baumhower
Attorneys at Law
The Place To Be For Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
433-9009
310 Dauphin Street
downtown Mobile
3498 Springhill Ave.
251.473.1080
6801 Airport Blvd.
(251)-633-1000
The University
of Alabama
Touching Lives
Dr. Ben King, Optometry
251.473.1900
Alabama Beach Vacation Rentals
(888) 258-7009
(866) 929-5960(fax)
info@albvr.com
652-6565
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MOBILE COUNTY
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Which is the best solution for the City of Mobile's budget shortfall?
Annex Fort Knox.
A 10 percent across-the-board employee pay cut.
Lay off 300 of the city's 2,500 workers.
Ask David Bronner for advice.
A temporary $15 per month garbage collection fee, excluding those below a certain income level.
Convert the civic center into a Bingo Palace under contract to Milton McGregor.
Get in the reinsurance business.
Impose a city income tax.
Borrow Mike Dow's credit card.
A one-half percent sales tax hike.