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Christ United Methodist Church will soon be celebrating the completion of a project that will give members a place to honor their loved ones and reflect on their memories.
On July 23, a consecration ceremony will be held for the church’s new columbarium and prayer garden.
While Jackson city officials had not decided how and if they were going to fund the complete reconstruction of one section of North State Street, they have signed off on plans to repave another.
Flash flooding on the Northside and across the city seems to be job number one for Ward Seven Councilwoman Virgi Lindsay.
Lindsay’s second council meeting was on July 18, and one of the first two items she sponsored on the agenda was an item to discussing “flooding issues in our communities.”
An advisory board that will help determine how the state spends millions of dollars in new infrastructure money in Jackson could begin meeting by the end of the summer.
The panel will advise the Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) on how to use funds set aside for the new “capitol complex improvement district,” or CCID.
Contractors were expected to be back on the job this week, to continue repaving work on Briarwood Drive and Ridgewood Road.
Work got off to a fast start in late May, with crews milling and overlaying portions of streets with the initial base coat of asphalt.
Plans to beautify the Eastover neighborhood are moving forward following a vote by the Jackson City Council.
The council recently approved entering into an agreement with the Greater Eastover Neighborhood Foundation (GENF) to allow the neighborhood to improve two public bridges in the neighborhood.