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Freeman E. Jockisch

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Background Information

Affiliations

Association of County Commissions of Alabama

Board Member


South Alabama Regional Planning Commission

Board Member


Siteone Landscape Supply, Inc.

Board Member


Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


NBC

Mobile County Commissioner


Mobile Register

County Commissioner


Web References(92 Total References)


Interstate-Guide: Interstate 10

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Mobile County Commission President Freeman Jockisch concurred with that, adding that Mobile area leaders were united in their support for the project.


Interstate-Guide: Interstate 10

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Mobile County Commission President Freeman Jockisch concurred with that, adding that Mobile area leaders are united in their support for the project.


joeforcongress2012.com

Just a day after Mobile County Commission President Freeman Jockisch declared that it is "business as usual" for the county, officials said the commission is requiring all county-funded offices to cut 3 percent from their current budgets.
Officials said the cuts are needed to deal with declining tax revenues. Overall, the county is about 3 percent behind in revenues for the year.Jockisch on Tuesday said things were "business as usual" during his state of the county address. He followed that comment by saying that despite revenue shortfalls, the county still is taking care of its responsibilities, maintaining roads, running the jail and parks and not laying off employees. Jockisch said Wednesday that his description was still apt but said additional services, such as paving school parking lots, may suffer. But Jockisch said county-funded offices should expect to start from their new, lower allocation when planning this summer for the next fiscal year's budget. "If you want to hire someone else in your budget, you're going to have to suffer somewhere else," Jockisch said.


Welcome to the City of Mobile Alabama

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Mayor Mike Dow and Mobile County Commission President, Freeman Jockisch read names of city and county employees called to active duty in Iraq during the Support Our Troops Rally held in Government Plaza.


Mobile County - Official Web Site for the Mobile County Commission

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Freeman E. Jockisch


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