MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Mayor-elect Sandy Stimpson is asking for your input on changes that need to be made in the city.
On his official Facebook page, Stimpson asked: If you could snap your fingers and create anything in Mobile that you could visit or enjoy this weekend, what would it be?
The question generated nearly 2,000 responses in less than 24 hours and close to 50 shares on Facebook.
Sandy Stimpson has been regularly responding to citizen suggestion on the feed and giving his opinions as well.
Victoria L. Burch wrote she would like to see “a riverwalk by the water! Restaurants, retail stores ect...”
Ceresa Frenkel responded: “We have the Civic Center, let's use it for concerts. Why does Biloxi and Pensacola and the Wharf get all the good bookings? We need a management company that will actually seek out good concerts!”
The news comes just two days after FOX10 reported Stimpson and his transition team had met as a whole to discuss their progress and ideas once Stimpson takes office November 4.
Colby Cooper, the newly elected Mobile Chief of Staff, tells FOX10 the mayor-elect intends to hold a media roundtable to answer questions and discuss the progress of Stimpson’s ‘One Mobile Transition Team.’
What do you want to know about Stimpson's team and plans for the city and administration? Send us your questions to Reportit@fox10tv.com
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