D’Iberville officials mulling new restaurant tax
Published: March 8,2011
WLOX-TV in Biloxi reports it’s been more than two years since D’Iberville formed its own police force and officers have moved from a trailer to working out of the old city library.
Now, D’Iberville officials say it’s time for another upgrade into a brand new public safety center.
Before the city can levy the tax, it must get the Legislature and 60 percent of D’Iberville voters to go along.
D’Iberville Councilman Steve Furney says the sportsplex would include softball and soccer fields.
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