Posts Tagged ‘Lee County Board of Supervisors’

Justice Court judge announces retirement, cites health issues

TUPELO — Longtime Lee County Justice Court Judge Pat Carr is resigning effective May 31. Carr cited health reasons in his resignation letter to the board of supervisors Monday. A special election to fill the remainder of the term is scheduled for Nov. 4. The job pays $47,844 annually. Supervisors appointed Tupelo attorney Dennis Voge […] [...]

Incubator expansion gets nod

Tupelo – The Lee County Board of Supervisors and the Community Development Foundation (CDF) have officially been approved by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration (EDA), for the phase II expansion of the Renasant Center for IDEAs, Tupelo/Lee County’s regional business incubator, with application made through Three Rivers Planning & Development District. The […] [...]

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