Posts Tagged ‘city of Oxford’

Double roundabout project to get underway next week

OXFORD — The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is set to begin a double roundabout project at Old Taylor Road in Oxford. The project will construct a double roundabout at the Old Taylor Road and Highway 6 intersection. There will be one roundabout on either side of the Old Taylor Road Bridge over Highway 6. […] [...]

City sets new ordinance for adult business

OXFORD — The city of Oxford has a new ordinance regulating adult businesses. The Oxford Eagle reports that the board of aldermen adopted the ordinance this past week. The ordinance that sets up two adult entertainment districts inside the city limits where clubs could operate. The city had an ordinance before 2004 that was less […] [...]

Public meeting called to mull future of convention center

OXFORD — The city of Oxford is planning a public meeting for Dec. 17 about the future of a local convention center. The city took back control of the Oxford Conference Center in November from the Oxford Tourism Council. Mayor Pat Patterson said at that time that no decisions had been made as to its […] [...]

Aldermen review adult business ordinance, call public hearing

by Associated Press Published: December 5,2013

Tags: adult business, board of aldermen, city government, city of Oxford, ordinance, Pope Mallette, public hearing

OXFORD — The city of Oxford is holding a public hearing on Dec. 17 on a new ordinance regulating adult businesses. The Oxford Board of Aldermen reviewed a proposed ordinance this week. When the city rewrote its land development codes in 2004, the original adult entertainment ordinance was inadvertently left out. The ordinance restricted adult […] [...]

City mulling plan to use waste for electricity, water purification

OXFORD — The city Oxford is exploring a partnership using municipal sewage to generate electricity while purifying wastewater. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports that the city is looking at a proposal from Synergy-World Energy LLC and Langenburg Technologies LLC. Public Works director Bart Robinson says the company will pull organic materials from the city’s […] [...]

Aldermen mulling ordinance change to allow for pedicabs

by Associated Press Published: November 7,2013

Tags: cab, city government, city of Oxford, Hiram Eastland, Oxford Board of Aldermen, pedicab, taxi, transportation

OXFORD — The Oxford Board of Aldermen will consider changing the city’s taxi law to allow for at least two new pedicab companies to provide service around downtown Oxford. The proposed change to the ordinance had a first reading at Tuesday’s board meeting. If approved, the law would allow pedicabs to operate in Oxford on […] [...]

Baptist receives CON for new hospital construction

OXFORD — Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi has been given state approval to build a new infusion services department building. The Mississippi State Department of Health issued a certificate of need for the project yesterday. Mississippi requires a CON in a process designed to avoid duplication of health care services and control costs. The total capital […] [...]

Commission approves measure banning guns from parks, centers

OXFORD — The Oxford Park Commission has voted to put up signs indicating that guns are not allowed at Oxford’s parks and activity centers. Deputy director Bubba Robinson told the commission that guns have dropped out of bags in the Oxford Activity Center in the past. Robinson said he believes it’s time for the commission […] [...]

Aldermen give nod to cold beer sales in city limits

by Associated Press Published: August 21,2013

Tags: alderman, beer, board of aldermen, city, city government, city of Oxford, ordinance, Robyn Tannehill, Ulysses Howell, vote

OXFORD — The Board of Aldermen has voted to permit the sale of cold beer in stores in Oxford. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported the vote yesterday also extends store sales of beer and light wine to Sundays. Sunday sale hours are restricted to 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., mirroring those given to restaurants […] [...]

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