Tax dispute could end up where it began
Robertson: Litigation avoided if Pascagoula had been willing to compromise
The fight over ad valorem tax revenue in Pascagoula and Jackson County could come full circle next legislative session if the Mississippi Supreme Court rules against the Pascagoula School District.
The court heard oral arguments June 13 in a dispute between the school district and the county over the distribution of ad valorem tax revenue collected from the Gulf LNG terminal and an expansion of the Chevron refinery.
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