Tag Archives: Frank Loeffler

Decatur County to City of Bainbridge: we won’t leave you hanging

From an outsider’s view, it may appear that Decatur County commissioners and City of Bainbridge leaders are having another “failure to communicate,” although officials on both sides say they want to work with each other. You may remember in late August, when Bainbridge Mayor Edward Reynolds and Decatur County Board of Commissioners Chairman Frank Loeffler traded letters and eventually… Read More »

Mayor Reynolds responds to County Commissioner Loeffler on joint meetings, cooperation

Bainbridge Mayor Edward Reynolds responded to Decatur County Board of Commissioners Chairman Frank Loeffler’s letter from earlier this week regarding the county’s intention to pull out of the quarterly joint meetings the two local governments had set up earlier this year. (See our article about Loeffler’s letter to Reynolds earlier this week). In the letter, Mayor Reynolds refers… Read More »

Loeffler denies county covering deputies’ legal expenses

I covered the Decatur County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, July 8. During the meeting, county commissioners held an approximately 20-minute long closed session to discuss litigation matters; they had also held long executive sessions to discuss litigation and personnel matters at both of their June meetings. After the July 8 meeting adjourned, I privately asked Decatur County Board of… Read More »

County commissioners disagree on swipe at Hobby

At the Decatur County Board of Commissioners meeting on Tuesday, April 22, Commissioner Russell Smith used his comment time at the end of the meeting to directly ask County Attorney Brown Moseley “Who directs the county attorney to make open records requests?’ The county attorney said he acts at the direction of county commissioners; Smith stated he was… Read More »