Posts Tagged ‘bond’

Supervisors vote to add yet another bond issue

MERIDIAN — As Lauderdale County officials prepare to pay off one bond issue, supervisors voted this week to add another $14 million bond issue for city and county recreation projects, as well as courthouse renovations. Before the board of supervisors’ action this week, there were 11 outstanding bond issues currently being paid for in the […] [...]

Opponents of recreational bonds fail to get needed signatures

MERIDIAN — Opponents to a $14-million bond issue in Lauderdale County have fallen short of their goal to force a countywide election on the proposal. The Meridian Star reports the county circuit clerk completed the process of verifying signatures on a petition Wednesday. Circuit Clerk Donna Jill Johnson says there were 1,338 valid signatures that […] [...]

In wake of bond issue failure, golf course fights to stay playable

MCCOMB — The state parks director is optimistic his agency can come up with the money to restore bug-eaten greens at Quail Hollow Golf Course this summer, despite the failure of the Legislature to approve a parks bond issue. Ramie Ford spoke to some 60 golfers on the patio behind the Quail Hollow clubhouse at […] [...]

Senator claims Obama has cost TVA hundreds of millions of dollars

NORTH MISSISSIPPI — Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) says President Barack Obama’s plan to consider selling the Tennessee Valley Authority has already cost hundreds of millions of dollars — even if the nation’s largest public utility is never sold. The Tennessee Republican said TVA bonds lost about $500 million in value after the president’s announcement last […] [...]

Council gives nod to borrowing for downtown baseball stadium

BILOXI — The Biloxi City Council has voted 5-2 on a resolution that could lead to the borrowing of $20 million for the construction of an athletic stadium. Councilmen George Lawrence and David Fayard voted against the plan. WLOX-TV in Biloxi reports Councilman Ed Gemmill told other council members that a downtown baseball stadium would […] [...]

Judge denies bond in doctor/lawyer murder-for-hire case

GREENWOOD — Bond has again been denied for Dr. Arnold Smith but a judge says he may reconsider after the doctor undergoes a mental examination. The Greenwood Commonwealth reports prosecutors told Judge Breland Hilburn that a bed is open for Smith at the State Hospital in Whitfield. They have not said when he might be […] [...]

County borrowing to buy land from alternative fuels company

NATCHEZ — Adams County will borrow the $9 million it now needs to buy the former International Paper property from Rentech. County officials announced earlier this week they had reached a deal with Rentech for the 478-acre property. Officials tell the Natchez Democrat the board of supervisors will adopt a resolution to issue bonds for the […] [...]

State bonds push new nursing facility toward construction

HATTIESBURG — The Mississippi Legislature’s authorization of $20 million in state bonds will help elevate a new nursing building at the University of Southern Mississippi from the planning stage to the construction phase. Southern Miss will receive the funding this year, which will expedite plans for the building – to be named Asbury Hall and […] [...]

Bonding company repays county for missing arena funds

CORINTH — Alcorn County supervisors have accepted $34,678 from the bonding company for former Crossroads Arena manager Reggie Churchwell to replace missing funds found by state auditors. The Daily Corinthian reports the money will be paid by Travelers Casualty and Surety Company. The board of supervisors signed off on the amount Monday. In October of […] [...]

Legislators comfortable with nearly $200M bond package

JACKSON — Top Mississippi lawmakers say they’ve agreed on a bond package of about $200 million for the coming year. Senate Finance Committee chairman Joey Fillingane says that includes about $96 million to be divided among the eight universities, including the University of Mississippi Medical Center. The package also has about $25 million for community […] [...]

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