Posts Tagged ‘hearing’

Owner of historic house challenging condemnation order

VICKSBURG — The city board in Vicksburg will hear a challenge on Oct. 21 from Beck House owner Robert Rosenthall to a condemnation order. Rosenthall argues in his appeal that the city’s order to make him fix the 138-year-old house is discriminatory and designed to make him lose his property. Building and inspection director Victor […] [...]

Hearings at end, lawmakers start to craft budget

JACKSON — Now that budget hearings are over, Mississippi lawmakers face a long process of deciding how to spend tax dollars for fiscal 2015, which begins July 1. The 14 members of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee held four days of public hearings last week and quizzed agency leaders about how money is already being […] [...]

Aldermen delay decision on beer sales after hearing opposition

by Associated Press Published: September 5,2013

Tags: alcohol, beer, beer sales, board of aldermen, city, city government, City of Winona, drinking, hearing, municipal, municipality

WINONA — The Winona Board of Aldermen put off a decision Tuesday night on whether to allow beer sales on Sunday after dozens of people spoke against the proposal. WCBI reports about 50 people attended the public hearing, but only four spoke in favor of permitting Sunday sales. Three businesses submitted petitions in favor of […] [...]

Court to heal appeal of breach of contract ruling

JACKSON — The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear oral arguments June 5 in a Jackson hospital’s appeal of a $2.27 million judgment for a doctor in a breach of contract lawsuit. Dr. Adolfo Morales, an ophthalmologist, had alleged Central Mississippi Medical Center breached a physician recruitment contract in 2004, which would have allowed him to […] [...]

Suspect in ricin-laced letters to be in court for detention hearing

TUPELO — The first time James Everett Dutshcke’s name came up in court regarding ricin-laced letters sent to President Barack Obama and others, he wasn’t the man charged in the case. And it was a defense lawyer for the first man to fall under suspicion, not the government, pointing the finger at Dutschke. That was […] [...]

Hearing of man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to continue

OXFORD — The man charged with mailing ricin-laced letters to the president and a senator was expected back in court today, and the hearing could reveal what evidence authorities have collected from searches of his home and vehicle. Through his lawyer, Paul Kevin Curtis has denied any involvement in the letters sent to President Barack […] [...]

Judge rejects BP’s request to block oil spill payouts

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge has rejected BP’s request to block what could be billions of dollars in settlement payouts to businesses who claim the company’s 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico cost them money. Before a hearing today, U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier already had upheld court-appointed claims administrator Patrick Juneau’s […] [...]

Abortion clinic preparing for license revocation hearing

by Associated Press Published: February 28,2013

Tags: abortion, baby, birth, clinic, health, health care, hearing, license, medical, medicine, state government, state law

JACKSON — Mississippi’s only abortion clinic is scheduled for an April 18 license revocation hearing before the state Department of Health, and officials say a decision could come days or weeks later. The Health Department told the clinic in late January that it intends to take away its license because the facility had failed to […] [...]

Judge to hear petition to block sand drying plant

by Associated Press Published: February 20,2013

Tags: bench, court, hearing, home, judge, judicial, judiciary, justice, manufacture, manufacturer, manufacturing, petition, plant, protest, resident, sand, sand-drying

POPLARVILLE — A Pearl River County judge has scheduled a hearing tomorrow on a petition from some residents seeking to block development of five acres near the construction site of a sand drying plant in Picayune. The Alliance Consulting Group is locating the plant on 30 acres between Nicholson and Picayune. The $30-million plant would […] [...]

Change of plea hearing set for ex-teller accused of theft

by Associated Press Published: February 18,2013

Tags: bank, banking, bench, court, crime, embezzle, finance, financial institution, hearing, judge, judicial, judiciary, justice, law, legal, plea, theft, vault

PICAYUNE — A change of plea hearing is scheduled tomorrow for the former head teller of a Picayune bank accused of participating in the theft of $117,000 from a bank vault at Union Planters Bank. Vonetta Jordan, of Poplarville, is charged with bank fraud, conspiracy to commit mail fraud and 12 counts of making false […] [...]

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