Posts Tagged ‘state goverment’

City looking at cutting services, workers due to overpaid taxes

BRANDON — Mayor Butch Lee says the city of Brandon may have to cut services and have layoffs in part from having to repay the state for sales taxes it overpaid the city. The state Department of Revenue says Brandon was overpaid about $1.5 million in sales taxes from 2010 to 2012, money collected from […] [...]

Barbour’s budget would use half of rainy day money

by Published: November 16,2010

Tags: state budget, state goverment

JACKSON — Republican Gov. Haley Barbour is recommending 8 percent cuts for most Mississippi government agencies for the budget year that begins July 1. Funding for elementary and secondary schools would be about the same as this year, while support for community colleges and universities would drop about 3.1 percent each under the budget proposal […] [...]

SoS, DFA reduce filing fees

by Published: January 6,2010

Tags: government regulations, state agency, state goverment

JACKSON — The Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office announced that the fee for filing corporate annual reports online has been reduced from $25 to $22. The new fee became effective Jan. 4. This reduction in fees only applies to those annual reports filed using the Secretary of State’s online filing system. In addition, the Department […] [...]

GOMA to meet on Governor’s Action Plan

by Published: July 28,2009

Tags: environment, state goverment

MOBILE, Ala. — The Gulf of Mexico Alliance (GOMA) will convene to address the health of the Gulf Region in Mobile, Ala. this week, drawing a diverse array of representatives from the five Gulf States, Washington D.C., and Mexico. From August 4-6, participants will gather to discuss implementation of the 2009 Governor’s Action Plan, which […] [...]

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