Posts Tagged ‘homeowner’

Fight over controversial movie theater continues

OLIVE BRANCH — An Olive Branch community remains in the lurch about whether a controversial movie theater will be constructed near its homes. The Commercial Appeal reports the developer has filed an appeal in DeSoto County Circuit Court about Board of Aldermen decisions he said are preventing a theater from being developed near Wedgewood subdivision. […] [...]

Selectmen vote down proposed rental property ordinance

by Associated Press Published: March 13,2013

Tags: city government, homeowner, license, ordinance, real estate, rent, rental, renter, residential

MCCOMB — The McComb Board of Selectmen has defeated a proposal to require rental property owners to obtain a privilege license and have their properties inspected annually. The Enterprise-Journal reports the board voted 4-2 against the proposed ordinance. Urban planner Laurence Leyens had told board members this past week that people make a living from […] [...]

Man gets 12 years in prison for Katrina-related construction fraud

WIGGINS — A former Wiggins businessman has been sentenced to serve 12 years in prison for defrauding south Mississippi homeowners who had hired him to fix their properties after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005. Harrison County Circuit Judge John Gargiulo sentenced 53-year-old Charles Lynn Reeder earlier this week to a total of 15 years in […] [...]

Neighborhoods still being tested for pollutants from plant

HATTIESBURG — Officials have been conducting testing at and near the former Hercules plant to determine whether contaminants have spread into surrounding neighborhoods. Testing is being conducted by officials with the state Department of Environmental Quality, the Environmental Protection Agency and Ashland Inc., Hercules’ parent company at wells within a half-mile radius of the former […] [...]

Supervisor: Would be ‘catastrophic’ if hospital defaulted on payment

NATCHEZ — Natchez Regional Medical Center wants to take Adams County’s taxpayers off the hook as cosigners for its revenue bond. The Natchez Democrat reports the Mississippi Development Bank in 2006 required the hospital to show collateral before it would reissue the revenue bond. Adams County pledged a 5-mill standby tax that would not be […] [...]

AG reminding consumers of settlement deadline

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood is reminding Mississippians that all claims applications covered by the National Mortgage Settlement are due Jan. 18. The State of Mississippi joined 49 other states in a $25-billion joint state-federal mortgage servicing settlement with the nation’s five largest mortgage servicers over unacceptable mortgage servicing practices. Mississippi was awarded $47.1 […] [...]

FNC index shows continuing rise in U.S. home prices

by MBJ Staff Published: January 14,2013

Tags: demand, home, homeowner, house, index, market, mortgage, price, property, real estate, residence, resident, residential, supply, value

OXFORD — The latest FNC Residential Price Index (RPI) shows that the recovery of U.S. property values has continued through November — the ninth consecutive month of price gains driven largely by rising homes sales and moderate economic growth. An imbalance between rising demand and limited supply continues to be an important factor for sustained […] [...]

Better flood rating drops residents’ insurance premiums

by Associated Press Published: December 28,2012

Tags: disaster, flood, flooding, home, homeowner, house, insurance, land, premuim, property, rain, rating, real estate, residence, rewsident, Weather

PICAYUNE — An improved flood prone rating means Pearl River County residents will see a 10 percent reduction in monthly insurance premiums. The Picayune Item reports county planner Ed Pinero Jr. says the county has moved from an insurance rating of 10 to 8. The lower the rating, the lower the premiums. Pinero says the […] [...]

County petitioning FEMA to enter ‘buyout’ program

PICAYUNE — Pearl River County officials say about 25 properties could be eligible for a “buyout” program to help some flood-prone residents. County planner Ed Pinero Jr. tells the Picayune Item about six property owners so far have said they want to participate in the program. The Federal Emergency Management Agency would have to approve […] [...]

City taking residents to court over flood plain ordinance

by Associated Press Published: November 28,2012

Tags: bench, city, court, flood, flood plain, government, home, homeowner, house, insurance, judge, judicial, judiciary, justice, municipal, municipality, residence, resident

MOSS POINT — Moss Point officials hope a city judge will set a court date in December to determine if 47 properties must comply with rules to elevate homes in flood plains. Andrew R. Beamon, who became director of the city’s building inspection office in July, tells the Mississippi Press he expects Municipal Judge Maxine […] [...]

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