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Natchez receives 28 applications for convention director

Nearly 30 candidates have applied to be the next director of the Natchez Convention and Visitors Bureau. Mayor Darryl Grennell tells The Natchez Democrat 28 applications have been submitted and are currently being reviewed by the committee charged with vetting applicants. The director position was left vacant after former director Kevin Kirby was terminated in April following ongoing personnel issues ...

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Hotel Vue names new chef

Brad Seyfarth was recently named Executive Chef for Hotel Vue located Natchez. The announcement was made by Wendy Grandin, General Manager of the 91-room property. Seyfarth previously served as Executive Chef at Monmouth and Dunleith Plantations. His primary responsibilities include managing all aspects of the culinary department while promoting southern hospitality and maintaining the highest quality food standards.

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World Energy acquires Elevance Renewable Sciences

A biofuels company has purchased Elevance’s biorefinery facility in Natchez and may potentially add 15 jobs at the plant. The Natchez Democrat reports World Energy announced Wednesday it had purchased from Elevance Renewable Sciences. World Energy has been supplying certified biodiesel from the plant under a production contract with Elevance since January 2013. Natchez Inc. Executive Director Chandler Russ says ...

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Commission requires owner to stabilize endangered house

The owners of one of the state’s most endangered historic mansions have until October to submit plans to Natchez officials to stabilize the house. The Natchez Democrat reports (http://bit.ly/2ax5pt9) the Natchez Preservation Commission recently set a 90-day deadline for Frances Oberlin Stephens and Sam Oberlin, who own Melmont, which was placed on the Mississippi Heritage Trust’s most endangered historic places ...

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