Posts Tagged ‘penalty’

Yacht-builder cited by OSHA for safety, health violations

GULFPORT — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Trinity Yachts, LLC with four repeat, 14 serious and two other-than-serious safety and health violations. The May inspection was a result of a complaint OSHA received about the shipbuilding facility in Gulfport. Proposed penalties total $177,100. “Trinity Yachts LLC has an […] [...]

Manufacturer fined by MDEQ for hazardous waste storage

AMORY — An steel tube maker in Amory is paying a nearly $40,000 civil fine for storing hazardous waste too long. True Temper Sports agreed in September to pay the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality $39,655 for holding eight drums of hazardous waste longer than the 90 days allowed under federal rules. A Sept. 12 […] [...]

Aircraft painting firm fined for bad records, environmental permit lapse

GREENVILLE — A Greenville aircraft painting firm is paying a $19,000 civil fine for failing to maintain records and renew its environmental permit on time Leading Edge Aviation Services agreed in September to pay the fine to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. A Sept. 26 order published by the department says that Leading Edge […] [...]

Foodservice company draws MDEQ fine for wastewater

PEARL — A foodservice company is paying an $18,000 civil fine for dumping wastewater into Jackson’s sewer system for 11 years without a permit. Valley Services agreed in March to pay the fine to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. An order published by the department says the company’s Pearl facility has been discharging wastewater […] [...]

County to pay MDEQ fine for trash in installments

CORINTH — Alcorn County will pay a civil penalty to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality for violations at local rubbish site. The Daily Corinthian reports the board of supervisors agreed to pay $15,000 in two installments. The Mississippi Commission on Environmental Quality cited the county for failing to prevent disposal of unauthorized waste in […] [...]

Feds want nearly $1M in restitution from former attorney

by Associated Press Published: March 21,2013

Tags: attorney, cdriminal, crime, federal government, fine, fraud, insurance, law, lawyer, legal, penalty, restitution, tax, tax fraud, wire fraud

ABERDEEN — The U.S. government is seeking $914,162 in restitution unpaid by a former Mississippi attorney convicted in a tax and mail fraud case in 2009. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports prosecutors filed a payment affidavit this week in U.S. District Court in Oxford. U.S. District Judge Sharion Aycock has scheduled an April 2 […] [...]

OSHA finds 43 violations following fatality at poultry company

MOSELLE — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Southern Hens Inc. with 43 safety and health violations following the death of a worker who slipped and fell into an unguarded screw conveyor while cleaning the conveyor at the company’s Moselle facility. OSHA initiated the inspection Sept. 9, 2012, in […] [...]

OSHA cites manufacturer after two workers are killed

by Associated Press Published: November 26,2012

Tags: accident, citation, death, fatality, manufacture, manufacturer, manufacturing, penalty, plant, wellness, workplace safety

PASCAGOULA — Mississippi Phosphates Corp. has been cited by the government for 40 safety and health violations following the deaths of two workers in separate incidents at the company’s Pascagoula plant. Occupational Safety and Health Administration say in a news release it has proposed penalties of $165,900. The company has 10 days to appeal. On […] [...]

Legislator resigns, fined for steering contracts to family

BRANDON — A five-year Mississippi House member has resigned and agreed to pay a $10,000 fine to resolve an ethics case the state brought against him over public contracts that went to his family’s printing company — a fraction of the amount he originally was ordered to pay. Republican Rep. Kevin McGee, 42, of Brandon, […] [...]

Former tax service owner’s conviction upheld

HOLLANDALE — The conviction of the owner of a Mississippi income tax service has been upheld by a federal appeals court. Mary Wesley of Hollandale was convicted in 2011 of filing doctored tax returns to the Internal Revenue Service. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to repay $5.5 million. Wesley was […] [...]

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