Posts Tagged ‘City of Pascagoula’

FEMA forgives Coast city’s $5M-plus Katrina debt

PASCAGOULA — More than $5 million in loans approved for the city of Pascagoula after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 have been forgiven by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. The city was notified of the decision this week. After the storm, many businesses and services in Pascagoula shut down, causing the city to lose millions in […] [...]

Sale completed, cemetery finally out of receivership

PASCAGOULA — The sale to place Jackson County Memorial Park in Pascagoula back into private ownership has been completed. “This is the end of a long road for Jackson County Memorial Park,” says Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. “Putting this cemetery back into private ownership provides stability for this cemetery moving forward. The new owner […] [...]

City gets Brownfields grants for vacant properties

PASCAGOULA — The city of Pascagoula has funds available that could help landowners who want to develop a vacant building or site. Pascagoula has two Brownfields grants —- for $200,000 each — from the EPA to be used for environmental assessments, one for petroleum sites and the other for hazardous waste. “You get these properties […] [...]

Communities buy more time for Katrina aid forgiveness

MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST — With the deadline extended for federal forgiveness on Hurricane Katrina disaster loans, political entities on the Mississippi Coast are asking one last time. The cancellation deadline has been extended to April 2014, former Bay St. Louis Mayor Eddie Favre told the Sun Herald. In addition, political jurisdictions are allowed to show […] [...]

Pascagoula officials mull options as Court mulls fate of tax law

by Published: June 20,2011

Tags: City of Pascagoula, Jackson County, property tax

The Mississippi Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week related to a property tax distribution dispute between the City of Pascagoula and Jackson County. While city officials await the high court’s decision, they’re mulling their options in the event the ruling doesn’t go their way. >>> SEE COMPLETE STORY <<< [...]

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