Posts Tagged ‘shopper’

Another financial plan for proposed mall earns approval

SOUTHAVEN — A new financing plan has surfaced to pay for roads, water and sewer for a proposed outlet mall to be built in Southaven. The Commercial Appeal reports Southaven Board of Aldermen and the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors agreed last year to a $15-million tax increment financing plan to offset the costs of […] [...]

City looking to hire consultant to recruit retailers

HORN LAKE — The city of Horn Lake is proceeding with plans to hire a consultant to help the city attract retail development. Mayor Allen Latimer and aldermen agree outside help is needed to bolster the city’s efforts to compete with neighboring Southaven and Olive Branch, as well as other Memphis area communities battling for […] [...]

Council approves measures needed for construction of new mall

D’IBERVILLE — The D’Iberville City Council has approved the zoning change and variances Gulf Coast Galleria needed for the go-ahead and the developers expect to start construction of the mall in the spring. The Sun Herald reports those attending yesterday’s meeting applauded when Mayor Rusty Quave introduced the team of developers who are going to […] [...]

Developer submits plan for one-million-square-foot mall development

D’IBERVILLE — Plans for Gulf Coast Galleria — a million-square-foot mall with restaurants, shops and a hotel along Interstate 10 — have been submitted to the D’Iberville Planning Department. Developer Robert Mandal with Ramco Development tells The Sun Herald the mall will be more than 750,000 square feet, with the hotel and other buildings adding […] [...]

State agency providing funds for Delta city beautification

GREENWOOD — Transportation funds will help the City of Greenwood continue its beautification of downtown. The city is planning new sidewalks and street lamps for Main Street to produce a cohesive look and feel among city blocks. Mayor Carolyn McAdams tells the Greenwood Commonwealth the city will get $1.12 million from the Mississippi Department of Transportation. […] [...]

Hancock sees greatly improved numbers, but still posts losses

by MBJ Staff Published: April 29,2013

Tags: cloth, earnings, fabric, loss, retail, retailer, retailing, revenue, sales, sew, shop, shopper, shopping, store

BALDWYN — Hancock Fabrics Inc. is reporting improved financial results for its fourth quarter ended Jan. 26 and full fifty-two weeks of fiscal 2012. For the quarter, net sales increased to $81.7 million, compared to $81.4 million for the fourth quarter of last year. Comparable store sales for the quarter increased 1.4 percent on top […] [...]

Survey: State lost $616.5M in online sales taxes over last five years

by Associated Press Published: April 25,2013

Tags: computer, ecommerce, Internet, online, sales, Sales Tax, shop, shopper, shopping, survey, tax, tax collection

ACROSS MISSISSIPPI — Mississippi lost at least $616.5 million in online sales tax collections during the five-year period from 2007 until 2012, a survey says. Mississippi and other states could soon have the option to collect sales taxes on Internet purchases if the U.S. Senate approves, as expected, the Marketplace Fairness Act, legislation that would […] [...]

National Trust names Coast city as award winner

by MBJ Staff Published: April 19,2013

Tags: award, culture, downtown, history, hurricane, oil spill, preservation, retail, shop, shopper, shopping

OCEAN SPRINGS — The National Trust for Historic Preservation has selected the city of Ocean Springs as a 2013 Great American Main Street Awards (GAMSA) winner. Recognized as a leader in implementing the Main Street Four-Point Approach, embracing historic preservation practices and building strategic partnerships, Ocean Springs Main Street was honored at the annual National Main Streets Conference […] [...]

Demolition to begin at sites for retail center, casino

D’IBERVILLE — The city of D’Iberville is clearing the way for another major retail center along Interstate 10 and a casino on Back Bay. A developer has acquired nearly 80 acres at the I-10 junction with Interstate 110. The homes and businesses there will come down by the end of the year and Mayor Rusty […] [...]

City faces shortfall as tax collections continue to decline

COLUMBUS — Sales tax collections continue to lag behind last year’s revenue, raising questions about whether the city will have to amend its budget or dip into reserves to make up the difference. The Commercial Dispatch reports January revenue was reported at about $626,000, a drop of more than $24,000 from the same period in […] [...]

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