Posts Tagged ‘Madison County’

Investors in Northbrook complex say Ridgeland targeting its own collateral for demolition

Investors who bought $7.9 million in bonds the City of Ridgeland issued to fix up the Northbrook apartment complex say they face the prospect Ridgeland will force demolition of the very buildings the City used to secure the debt. The investors, CAP IV Ridgeland LLC, hope a pledge they say the City made not to […] [...]

AWAITING ITS FATE: Gables complex may have to shrink to meet law

Having lost in a bid for a reprieve from Ridgeland city officials, The Gables apartment complex has started the new year with the prospect of having to demolish a number of units in order to meet new building density limits. A zoning law adopted last February designates apartment complexes with over 10 units an acre […] [...]

Madison Circuit Clerk Westbrook won’t seek seventh term

by Published: January 12,2015

Tags: Business, Canton, Lee Westbrook, Madison County, Mississippi, NEWS

CANTON — Madison County Circuit Clerk Lee Westbrook will retire this year, ending a 30-year career with in county government and six terms in office. Before her election as circuit clerk in a special election in November 1994, Westbrook was secretary to the Board of Supervisors. Westbrook tells the Madison County Journal that she has […] [...]

Madison County’s tax assessor looking for homestead tax fraud

CANTON — Madison County’s tax assessor is asking local homeowner’s associations to help identify rental properties in their neighborhoods. Tax Assessor Gerald Barber told the Madison County Journal the groups can help in cracking down on homestead exemption fraud. Under homestead exemption, the state encourages people to own homes by exempting the houses from some […] [...]

Voters in Rankin County approve liquor sales on Ross Barnett Reservoir

RANKIN COUNTY — Residents have approved liquor sales at restaurants on the Rankin County side of the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Complete but unofficial returns show more than 80 percent of those voting yesterday approved the liquor sales. Eligible voters were residents who live on property owned by the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District and […] [...]

Madison County’s Creative Economy Council to host after-hours event

by Published: September 15,2014

Tags: Business, Jan Collins, Madison, Madison County, Mississippi, NEWS

The Madison County Creative Economy Council (MCCEC) will host a business after hours event on Thursday, Sept. 25 featuring music, exhibitors, refreshments and networking at the Farmer’s Table Cooking School at the Town of Livingston. The group’s goal is to build business-to-business relationships within Madison County, and it works to promote and celebrate Madison County’s […] [...]

Madison County voters could be asked to approve yet more bonds

CANTON — Madison County Superintendent Ronnie McGehee says the school system will likely ask voters to approve another bond issue within the next three years. McGehee tells the Madison County Journal by 2016, the need for another middle school, a separate 9th-grade building at Germantown High School or both will justify the cost. Germantown High […] [...]

Playing through — New ownership saves Deerfield Golf Course from closure

by Published: June 6,2014

Tags: Business, Golf, Madison County, Mississippi

The new owners of Deerfield Golf Course in Madison County are working long hours after saving what was once one of Mississippi’s top-ranked golf courses from becoming a casualty of bankruptcy. Everywhere they look, the ownership team and 22-person staff sees challenges and needs. However, they also see opportunities and feel good that they are […] [...]

MAKING THE RIGHT MOVES — Krilakis owner happy with results after relocating restaurant to Ridgeland

by Published: May 5,2014

Tags: Business, Madison County, Mississippi, restaurants, Ridgeland

Moving a successful business from one town to another town can be a risky thing. However, the move for Krilakis, a Greek restaurant, from Byram to Ridgeland in 2011 has been good. Owner Drew Creel admits he was nervous about the move, which took him out of his comfort zone. “We’ve had a great response […] [...]

New restaurant set to start R’evolution in Ridgeland

By Sarah Dill Reily Gov. Phil Bryant admitted he doesn’t make it to many restaurant announcements to sample gumbo. “This one is very special,” he said. One day earlier the governor was photographed cutting the ribbon on the NASA SpaceX testing partnership in Hancock County. This day, Bryant welcomed iconic chefs John Folse and Rick […] [...]

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