Ward 2: Deborah Delgado
Councilwoman Deborah Denard Delgado
Deborah Denard Delgado is entering her fifth term on the City Council representing Ward Two. The area comprises the eastern and northeastern parts of the City and borders the Leaf River and Bouie River; it is the site of the Urban Renewal Overlay District known as “Twin Forks Rising,” which was initiated by Councilwoman Delgado.
Councilwoman Delgado is founder and chairperson of the Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival, now in its 12th year. She is a member of the Advisory Council of the National League of Cities (NLC), president of the MS Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials (NBC-LEO) Foundation, and vice president for trust for the World Conference of Mayors. She has been a board member of the Mississippi Municipal League (MML), and past president of the MS Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials and of NBC-LEO.
Councilwoman Delgado holds a bachelor of arts degree in political science and a master of arts degree in history from Jackson State University and a juris doctorate from Texas Southern University. She is a member of Tabernacle of Prayer Church of God In Christ, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and numerous other social and civic organizations. She is married to John Delgado and is the mother of two sons, Britton (Tangelina) and Zachary (Tenikka) and the grandmother of Dean Britton Loftin and Elle Britton Loftin.
CHAT 'N CHEW
- An orpportunity to chat with the Councilwoman over tasty bites about City issues important to you!
- Location: Mrs. Butta Bean Restaurant
- Time: 5:30 P.M.
- When: The First Tuesday of Every Month
Howlin in the Bottom
Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival
Mobile Bouie Neighborhood Association The Rhythm Heritage Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit, Tax-exempt Organization The Rhythm Heritage Foundation is pleased to announce its 9th Annual Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival in celebration of heritage and culture in the Mobile Street community. Since the first festival, the Mobile Street area has seen new life in the form of greater interest in its development as a business and entertainment district. The historic McBride Café is now fully operational as Mac’s Place, and the location of a Technology Center and Mobile Street Festival office is in a building at the corner of 6th and Mobile Streets. The building will not only houses the festival office, but also serves as the location of the Mobile Street Police Precinct. This active movement to restore and redevelop the entire area is made possible by your continuing support of the Historic Mobile Street Renaissance Festival.