Board of Supervisors


  • 9 a.m.
  • 1st Monday of every month
  • 2915 Canty Street

    Pascagoula, MS 39567-4239

Holiday meetings are moved to the next non-holiday. Regular meetings are typically recessed and then resumed on the 3rd Monday.  This is decided at the meetings.

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

The Agendas are prepared the week prior to the Board meeting by the County Administrator’s office. To request an item be placed on the agenda contact that office no later than noon on Wednesday before the Board meeting with any required paperwork.  The County Administrator’s number is 228-769-3088.

Minute Summaries

The Minutes Summaries of the meetings of the Board of Supervisors of Jackson County, are prepared by the Chancery Clerk and are unofficial.  The summaries are not a part of the official Minutes or the official records of said County. The online summaries do not include attachments.

Official Minutes

Starting January 2015, Official Minutes are available above in the new Minutes and Agenda Tool. Past Official minutes may be reviewed in the Archives Department at 2915 Canty Street, during normal business hours. A public work station has been set up in the Archives Department which allows the public to view the official minutes from September 7, 2007 forward. Official Minute Books prior to September 7, 2007 are also located in the Archives Department.


Barry Cumbest, District 1

Portrait of Barry Cumbest

Ennit Morris, District 2

Ennit Morris

Ken Taylor, District 3

Portrait of Ken Taylor

Troy Ross, District 4

Portrait of Troy Ross

Randy Bosarge, District 5

Portrait of Randy Borsage


The Jackson County Board of Supervisors is responsible for the management of county government and a number of special districts. The five supervisors are elected by district to four-year terms by the citizens of Jackson County. There are no term limits. Board members serve residents in districts of different geographical size, but each district has approximately equal population.

Board's Primary Duties

  • Adopt an annual budget
  • Establish the annual property tax rate
  • Set policies, goals and objective to direct the County's growth and development
  • Adopt and provide for ordinances, rules and regulations as necessary for the general welfare of the County
  • Carry out other responsibilities set forth by Mississippi State statutes

At the beginning of each year, the Board chooses from its members a president and a vice president to serve during the following year. The president presides at Board meetings and signs documents in the name of the county. The vice president substitutes when the president is absent.

Board & Commission Appointments

The Board of Supervisors is also responsible for appointing members to a number of boards and commissions that serve the Jackson County communities.