New Deal?

By ANTHONY WARREN,

City officials working to reduce consent decree costs

A new deal could be in the works when it comes to the capital city’s sewer consent decree. However, that doesn’t mean Jackson will be off the hook when it comes to making some $400 million in repairs to bring its system into compliance with federal law.

Saying Little

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Contractors offer few details about delays in repaving

Contractors are saying little about the delays with the city of Jackson’s $4.7 million major street resurfacing contract.

Superior Asphalt, the prime firm handling the work, couldn’t be reached for comment.

Public meeting scheduled August 22 on plans to amend gating ordinance

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Northsiders will have a chance to sound off later this month on plans to amend the city of Jackson’s gating ordinance.

A public meeting is slated for Tuesday, August 22 at 5:30 p.m. to discuss changes to the rules allowing public access gates.

The meeting will be held at Jackson City Hall in council chambers.

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