Project awaits movement from DFA

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Published: May 30,2010

Tags: District of Eastover, Eastover development

Mixed-use development in Jackson has been mired in delays for more than three years In early May, Gov. Haley Barbour signed new legislation that will guide negotiations between the state and a developer for a mixed-use development on the site of the Old Blind School in Jackson’s Eastover neighborhood. Under legislation passed three years ago, […]

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