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BILL CRAWFORD: McCullough will have hands full at MDA

Eminently qualified to head up the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA), Glenn McCullough won’t have a cakewalk.   Gov. Phil Bryant announced McCullough’s appointment last Thursday, saying, “He can build a consensus and get things done. We have great momentum in Mississippi, and Glenn will take that success to the next level.”   First, though, McCullough must grapple with budget and ...

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Gov. Bryant expects to name new College Board member soon

JACKSON — Mississippi Gov. Bryant says he will act quickly to choose a new member for the state College Board. Glenn McCullough of Tupelo was confirmed to the 12-person board during the recent legislative session, but Bryant announced Thursday that McCullough will become director of the state’s job creation agency, the Mississippi Development Authority. McCullough had been scheduled to start ...

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Gov. Bryant expects to name new College Board member soon

JACKSON — Mississippi Gov. Bryant says he will act quickly to choose a new member for the state College Board. Glenn McCullough of Tupelo was confirmed to the 12-person board during the recent legislative session, but Bryant announced Thursday that McCullough will become director of the state’s job creation agency, the Mississippi Development Authority. McCullough had been scheduled to start ...

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Mississippian Glenn McCullough Jr. gets nod as new MDA chief

By TED CARTER An executive search that never left Mississippi has led to the appointment of Glenn L. McCullough Jr., former mayor of Tupelo and chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority board, as executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority. Speaking to luncheon guests at the Mississippi Economic Council’s annual meeting, Gov. Phil Bryant said he kept the search within ...

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Source: McCullough a leading candidate for MDA job

        By JACK WEATHERLY Glenn L. McCullough Jr., former mayor of Tupelo and chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority board, is a leading candidate to become executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority, according to a source familiar with the situation. McCullough said in a telephone interview with the Mississippi Business Journal  Thursday afternoon that “the MDA is very important ...

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Advance Mississippi hosts energy panel for legislators

JACKSON — Advance Mississippi hosted its 2011 Energy Update panel for legislators at the Jackson Marriott hotel last week. >> Dr. Sumesh Arora, director of strategic biomass solutions at the Mississippi Technology Alliance, said national media is recognizing Mississippi as a leader in green energy. Approximately 100 renewable energy and energy-efficiency projects that represent a $2-billion investment in the state ...

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Debt crisis

If TVA doesn’t get approval from Congress to raise its debt ceiling of $30 billion, ratepayers may be forced to pay the price   The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has a goal to be a national leader in clean energy and increased nuclear production. But to do this, the federal power producer needs money, and its credit could soon be dried ...

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European company to put biomass power plants in Miss.

London-based Meridian Power announced this month that it has selected former Tupelo mayor and Advance Mississippi Chairman Glenn L. McCullough Jr. as chairman of its biomass businesses in the United States. The company has chosen Mississippi to be the site of its first power plant, due to the abundance of timber biomass in the state. Meridian Power plans to develop ...

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