UPDATE 08/23/20 12:31 PM — The Gulf Shores Council reviewed forecasts of Marco and Laura. Rip currents will be high on Monday. Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft said they’ll be ready to take action if needed. For now the same holding pattern remains.
“There is no action needed at this time,” said Mayor Robert Craft. There will be no special meeting tomorrow. Keep an eye on the storms. The regular council meeting will be held on August 24 at 4 PM. Elections will still be held Tuesday.
GULF SHORES, Ala. (WKRG) — Members of the Gulf Shores City Council plan to meet again Sunday to discuss preparations ahead of named storms Marco and Laura heading to the gulf coast. Council members met Saturday but took no action on delaying the municipal election or evacuations because the storm tracks shifted west.
Today the same issues are on the table. They meet at 12:30 Sunday to discuss the possibility of evacuations, an election postponment or anything else related to storm preparation in their part of south Baldwin County.
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