When the state Legislature passed the ill-conceived law subsidizing retail outlets, it could never have foreseen the result would be a huge zoning crisis in Ridgeland. Such is the law of unintended consequences.
Behind my house on the Rebel Drive cul-de-sac is an old graveyard of several acres. Its ownership is unclear. Since our one neighbor who owns a bushhog has moved to Madison, the graveyard is returning to the woods it used to be when we first moved in 13 years ago.
As soon as the Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC) ordered $350 million in electricity bill refunds, Mississippi Power Company (MPC) was back at the commission filing for yet another rate increase.
I was in New orleans recently, enjoying a delicious redfish, when I began to wonder how many redfish were consumed on a typical Saturday night in New Orleans. Where do they all come from? Commercial redfish fishing has been banned for decades.