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Mr. Ernie Smith

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Background

Employment History

  • City Administrator
    Gulf Shores Rentals Inc
  • Director of Community Affairs and Economic Development
    Gulf Shores Rentals Inc
  • City Administrator
    City of Gulf Shores
  • Economic Development
    City of Gulf Shores, Alabama
  • Gulf Shores Economic Development Department
18 Total References
Web References
Gulf Shores Country Club
www.bamagolf.com, 6 Sept 2011 [cached]
Ernie Smith
Gulf Shores Council OKs Boat Factory
www.baldwineda.com, 11 May 2005 [cached]
Ernie Smith, Gulf Shores city administrator, said the plant will provide not only new jobs, but will help the economy diversify.
"This will be one of the few manufacturing facilities that we have," Smith said Tuesday.
Welcome to TimesDaily.com
www.timesdaily.com, 20 Mar 2005 [cached]
"I'm not going to tell you there's not some debris and some damage," said Ernie Smith, director of Community Affairs and Economic Development for Gulf Shores.
Welcome to the Birmingham Post-Herald
www.postherald.com, 13 Oct 2004 [cached]
The public beaches are closed indefinitely, said Ernie Smith of the Gulf Shores Economic Development Department.People should be able to visit public beaches by Nov. 1, Smith said, but they will not be fully ready and equipped with showers and other facilities until spring.
"We won't be back to normal, but we'll be operating normally by spring break in April next year," Smith said."Several condos will be ready for the snowbirds in December, but a lot of businesses won't.We'll be back and better than ever."
Smith said the good news is many of the older beachfront buildings destroyed by Hurricane Ivan were sold and scheduled for demolition and redevelopment anyway.
Many homeowners are still waiting to have their properties inspected by insurance adjusters and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Unfortunately, the groups are overworked and spread thin because of Ivan and the multiple disasters in Florida.
"There aren't enough adjusters to go around," Smith said.
WKRG.com | Stinky Neighbor
wkrg.com, 27 July 2006 [cached]
"The landfill is complying with all rules and regulations," says Ernie Smith.Smith is the city administrator for Gulf Shores."They're actually in compliance with the 35-foot height restriction."
Smith says the owner of the landfill has asked the city council to expand.Smith says the owner wants to either expand on the current site, or re-locate to a different site near the Foley Beach Express.
"They've been really good to the city," says Smith."They've helped us a lot since Ivan and you've got to realize they've put a lot of debris in that landfill since the storm."
Smith says it's cheaper for the city to send their trash and debris to a landfill located within the city.
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