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Kemah mayor wants to ban negative social media posts, says city employees should not trash Kemah

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KEMAH, Texas – The boardwalk is a booming business for the city of Kemah.

However, Mayor Carl Joiner says negative social media posts by city employees is hurting tourism, but city council members call his claims ridiculous. 

“Kemah is a great place,” Joiner said. 

He says he’s trying to keep it that way by cleaning up city employees’ social media accounts.

”Please stop trashing because it puts a negative light on our city,” Joiner explained. 

This roller coaster ride began in July 2021. That’s when the mayor first proposed banning what he calls negative social media.

The discussion didn’t last long and it was unanimously denied by city council members.

Now he’s back, proposing another discussion. 

Now he’s back, proposing another discussion. 

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