Hancock County Government

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Supervisor - District 4


Steve Seymour - Democrat - chose not to participate


Kevin Ladner - Democrat

A native of Bay St. Louis, I am married to the former Nanette Gaddis of Raleigh, Mississippi and the father of three children. My parents are Frank and Beverly (Schindler) Ladner. I reside in Kiln and attend First Baptist Church in Bay St. Louis.

A graduate of Bay High School and Pearl River Community College, I also attended Mississippi State University. I am a member of the Hancock County Chamber of Commerce and was a member of the 2005-2006 Hancock County Leadership class.

I own and operate L&L Homes. In addition, I hold a U.S.Coast Guard Captain’s license and operate a fishing guide service.

As an active volunteer in my community, I have been involved with the O.L.G. Crab Festival, St. Clare Church Fair, Cancer Society Red Beans & Rice Cook-off, Pearl River Community College Hancock County Alumni Fish Fry, Kaboom Kids Playground Projects, and The Gulf Coast Sportsman’s Club’s annual Take a Kid Fishing Rodeo. Double-click here to go to my official website.

Albert J. Necaise - Republican - chose not to participate


  • Why does it often seem that supervisors are only interested in spending money and making improvements in the unincorporated parts of the county? Do we not pay taxes in the cities of Waveland and Bay St Louis?

    A case in point is the vote on building codes some years ago. Only the county residents were allowed to vote.

    This was a direct violation of our rights. I pay the same millage as a county resident but get basically no services from the county government besides filing our deeds and collecting our taxes.

    Supervisors should disclose how much county money is spent in each square mile of the county. I think we would then understand how little they put into the incorporated areas.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:22 AM  

  • When you say that a person chose not to participate, how much effort was put into getting them to participate. I was told that he didn't know anything about this forum.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:05 PM  

  • A complete list of candidates and contact info was obtained from the county after the qualifying date. We sent out the original letters of proposal by priority mail with delivery confirmation. We followed up with phone calls - in many cases, contacting candidates several times, offering help: We typed in responses and took photographs for some. We kept detailed records of each follow-up phone call made to candidates.

    Please have the candidate in question contact Ellis Anderson (228.493.2107) and if they were indeed mistakenly overlooked, every effort will be made to rectify the situation immediately.

    By Blogger Ellis Anderson, at 5:33 AM  

  • If they chose not to participate, maybe that is indicative of the level of service they will render to constituents.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:50 PM  

  • Too bad the other guys chose not to respond! I am useing this forum as a large part of my decision-making process. I would have loved to see how Seymour responded to your well crafted questions.
    Thank you for your effort. I hope lots of people visited this site.

    By Anonymous Grace, at 11:06 AM  

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