Posts Tagged ‘expense’

Port, consultant at odds over expenses; contract may be terminated

GULFPORT — The state port of Gulfport is negotiating reductions in contract costs with CH2M Hill, the global consulting and engineering firm that conceived ambitious expansion plans unveiled in 2008 but since curtailed. “It’s my opinion we really don’t need all their services they offer and the expenses that are going along with it,” said […] [...]

City officials facing nearly $3M deficit; must cut expenses

GULFPORT — Gulfport officials must cut expenses for the coming year to avoid a potential budget deficit of $2.8 million. A majority of council members said during the first work session on the budget yesterday the economy is too bad to subject residents to a tax increase. Revenue is stagnant, and federal grant funding for […] [...]

Auditor: Legislature’s salaries, expenses totaled nearly $7.5M

by Associated Press Published: June 20,2013

Tags: COST, expense, government, lawmaker, legislative, legislator, pay, salary, state government; legislature, taxpayer money

JACKSON — Mississippi spent nearly $7.5 million for salaries and expenses of state lawmakers during the 11 months that ended in early April, according to a new report from the state auditor’s office. That breaks down to nearly $5.2 million for the House of Representatives and $2.3 million for the Senate. The report is dated […] [...]

Utility’s earnings take big hit during third quarter

NEW ORLEANS — Entergy Corporation reported third quarter 2012 as-reported earnings of $337.1 million, or $1.89 per share, compared with $628.1 million, or $3.53 per share, for third quarter 2011. On an operational basis, Entergy’s third quarter 2012 earnings were $347.7 million, or $1.95 per share, compared with $628.1 million, or $3.53 per share, in […] [...]

Lawmakers to take hard look at saving money on prisons

JACKSON — Mississippi lawmakers say they want to examine sentencing, parole and corrections practices to see if the state can find ways to save money on prisons. Two state House committees — Corrections and Judiciary B — met jointly yesterday to hear from judges, prosecutors, the Parole Board chairman and the corrections commissioner. “We’re going […] [...]

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