Posts Tagged ‘ordinance’

Aldermen approve ordinance governing new liquor law

by Associated Press Published: January 3,2013

Tags: alcohol, city, government, hospitality, law, liquor, municipal, municipality, ordinance, restaurant, tourism, tourist, vacation, visitor

CORINTH — The Corinth Board of Aldermen has approved an ordinance governing the sale of liquor inside the city. Corinth voters approved the sale of alcoholic beverages in a Dec. 11 special election. The ordinance was approved yesterday. The Daily Corinthian reports the ordinance generally mirrors the regulations of the state’s Alcoholic Beverage Control division. […] [...]

Public hearing called to discuss subdivision development

VICKSBURG — Warren County will hold a public hearing on Jan. 22 on proposed changes to the county’s ordinance on subdivision development. The Vicksburg Post reports versions of a revised ordinance have discussed by the board of supervisors for months. The county is considering a prohibition on the sale of residential lots until roads are […] [...]

Officials to decide if hooka lounge violates smoking ban

by Associated Press Published: October 4,2012

Tags: city, expansion, government, hooka, law, lounge, municipal, municipality, official, ordinance, retail, smoke, smoking, smoking ban

CORINTH — Alex Al-Quawwas wants to expand his business with a hookah lounge, where people would be able to smoke a non-tobacco product using a hookah. The issue before Corinth officials is whether the activity violates the city’s public smoking ban, according to the Daily Corinthian. A hookah is an instrument generally used for smoking […] [...]

Alderman wants pre-storm cleanup by businesses, contractors

LONG BEACH — Alderman Mark Lishen says Long Beach should require businesses and construction sites to make sure their building materials, trash and trash containers won’t become battering rams in hurricanes. He tells WLOX-TV he wants an ordinance to make sure that such things are secured or removed before hurricanes arrive on shore. Lishen’s current […] [...]

City mulling new ordinances to match growth

by Associated Press Published: August 30,2012

Tags: city, digging, growth, law, municipal government, municipality, ordinance, population, regulation, trenching

OXFORD — As Oxford continues to grow, so does the demand for the availability of telecommunications for its citizens, which is why some new city ordinances are about to be adopted. For instance, to ensure the city maintains control of work performed within the city rights of way, the Oxford Board of Aldermen is considering […] [...]

Outdoor advertising company suing over city’s sign ordinance

OXFORD — An outdoor advertising company has sued the city of Oxford in federal and local courts to keep its billboards where they are. The Oxford Eagle reports the lawsuits by Lamar OCI South Corp. are in response to Oxford’s 2004 change its sign ordinance to limit billboards to industrial-zoned areas only. Lamar’s lawsuit filed […] [...]

Councilmen repeal convenience store security ordinance

by Associated Press Published: February 14,2012

Tags: convenience stores, crimes, killings, law, municipal government, ordinance, repeal, retail, retailers, robberies, safety, security, shootings

JACKSON — The Jackson City Council has reversed course on a law that a majority now agrees is too burdensome on the 24-hour convenience stores it sought to protect. By a 4-0 vote, council members voted yesterday to repeal the law, which required the stores to have a security guard on duty from midnight to […] [...]

Food truck ordinance heads for Jackson City Council vote

by Ted Carter Published: June 26,2011

Tags: food, ordinance, vending, vending carts, vending trucks

Don’t rush down to the corner looking for a food vending truck just yet. Jackson City Councilman Quentin Whitwell’s plan for licensing food vending trucks and vending carts throughout the city received a public hearing last Tuesday but won’t get a final council vote until July 28, at the earliest. >>See complete story [...]

Ordinance would set stage for truck-side cuisine in Jackson

City Councilman Quentin Whitwell has cooked up an idea he thinks will add to Jackson’s “coolness” quotient and give an economic boost to boot. >>>SEE COMPLETE STORY<<< [...]

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