Posts Tagged ‘Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann’

City, county sell 24 parcels of tax-forfeited property

PIKE COUNTY — A recent sale of tax-forfeited lands in McComb and Pike County generated approximately $37,706. “Tax-forfeited lands lie dormant with the state and do not generate any money for our counties and our municipalities,” says Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann. “The sale of these tax-forfeited lands not only generated $37,706, but will also generate […] [...]

Tax credit ‘pass-through’ part of Hosemann’s business legislation proposals

One piece of Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann’s legislative bundle seeks to wring more use out of a jobs tax credit the state makes available to business start-ups in Mississippi. What the bill would do is allow for an employee “pass-through” of a jobs tax credit that currently benefits only business owners. “What it does […] [...]

Negotiations are not dead just yet

Developer says he prefers sell option, and he will respond to whatever state decides to do The District at Eastover, a proposed $150-million mixed-use development at the Old Blind School property in Jackson, may have new life. Just before lawmakers took a session break in early April, Gov. Haley Barbour vetoed a bill that would […] [...]

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