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Mr. Chris Watson

Wrong Chris Watson?

Partner

Local Address: Mississippi, United States
Bridge and Watson , Inc.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Consultant
    Bridge and Watson , Inc.
  • Project Manager
    Bridge and Watson , Inc.
  • Project Manager and Planning Director
    American Institute of Certified Planners
  • Project Manager
    Bridge and Slaughter LLC
  • Project Manager and Planning Director
    Bridge and Slaughter LLC
  • Consultant
    Bridge and Slaughter LLC

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master Degree , City & Regional Planning
    University of Memphis
  • Bachelor of Science Degree , Agricultural Engineering , Technology and Business
    Mississippi State University
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But Chris Watson, partner ...
www.hattiesburgamerican.com, 3 June 2012 [cached]
But Chris Watson, partner with Bridge & Watson, Inc., of Oxford, said that he anticipated that happening before the city's final version is placed before the public for final comment by the end of the month or early July.
"I know Mr. (Henry) Naylor is looking at his boundaries, and I would expect that will be coming soon," Watson said of Naylor, Ward 5's councilman.
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www.raffimax.com, 10 Jan 2012 [cached]
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New ward lines concern both residents, officials - Local News - hattiesburgamerican.com
www.hattiesburgamerican.com, 11 Jan 2002 [cached]
Chris Watson, a project manager for Bridge and Slaughter said a big change wasn't needed.
"You redistrict based on the distribution of population between the wards," he said."You have to ensure in redistricting plans that you are creating a plan that is not keeping minorities from voting or shorting their ability to vote."
Some residents do not believe leadership changes will affect their lives.
Bridge and Slaughter, LLC
www.planning-consultants.com, 1 July 1994 [cached]
Christopher E. Watson,AICPProject Manager / Planning Director
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Mr. Watson joined the company in December of 1997.His directorship experience is an asset when serving as a liaison to various clients, boards and community leaders.His responsibilities include oversight and assistance in the execution of all planning projects such as annexation feasibility studies, redistricting plans, and land use controls.In addition, logistical challenges related to the adoption or implementation of ordinances are resolved at this level.He is in a supervisory role for all planning technicians and internship candidates.Chris has also been instrumental in assisting entities such as the City of Memphis, Tennessee with delicate annexation issues as well as the Mississippi Gaming IndustryÕs development in Tunica County, Mississippi.
djournal.com
www.djournal.com, 18 Aug 2005 [cached]
Chris Watson, a consultant with Bridge and Slaughter LLC of Oxford, has worked with county officials to develop recommendations for the changes included in the voting precinct consolidations.And Watson said different precincts have to be created to fit the different elected positions within each district. Watson said that "you and your neighbor might have the same justice court, school board and legislative district, but a different supervisors district," or some other arrangement. "The process was applied to all precincts," and working in conjunction with the school redistricting, Watson said, they were able to move some of the lines around and to consolidate some voting precincts.
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"That's the bottom line as I understand it," said Watson.
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Watson noted that voters do have the option to vote absentee ballots.
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Watson said the sites could remain, but that would cost the county a lot to make them all handicapped accessible and for new voting machines. "The county's revenue stream is limited," said Watson.
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Watson said he was not diminishing the importance of anyone's vote, but this has to do with the economics of operating a voting precinct for nine voters.He also said with the precinct realignment legislative lines and school district lines had to be considered, in addition to supervisors' and justice court lines.
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