During today’s board meeting, Jackson County Supervisors found that the property located at 1515 Government Street in Ocean Springs, also known as the “old Swingster property”, has ceased to be useful for county purposes and authorized the advertising of bids and notice of intention to sell.
Jackson County Board of Supervisors 2017 President Troy Ross presented the 2017 State of the County address today, January 25.
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors will hold a Public Open-House Meeting regarding potential enhancements to the 4.4 miles of Ocean Springs Road between Highway 90 and Highway 57 on Thursday, November 17 Between 5-7 p.m. at the Ocean Springs Civic Center(3730 Bienville Blvd).
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors will hold two come-and-go Public Meetings in November to gather feedback on a proposed Multi-Use Pathway that would run adjacent to Highway 90, and connect the 8 ½ miles between the current pathway in Gautier and Bechtel Blvd in Ocean Springs.
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors is pleased to announce the publication of the County’s fiscal year 2015 audit report. The audit report resulted in a full unmodified opinion and no written findings on the Jackson County Financial Statements.
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors, on September 12, 2016, approved an Order setting the levy for County Ad Valorem Taxes for Fiscal year 2016/2017 including road district, school, and all other taxing districts of Jackson County, MS.
A Groundbreaking Ceremony was held on July 21 for the Yellow Jacket Road/Old Fort Bayou Road Intersection Project in St. Martin. This $2.44 Million joint project is funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and appropriated through the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) with a 20 percent local match from Jackson County.
Governor Phil Bryant announced yesterday that Jackson County could receive $10.2 million in RESTORE Act funds for the County’s Corridor Connector, a multi-lane roadway that will run north of and parallel to I-10 to provide a critical link between major commercial developments in the St. Martin and D’Iberville area.
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors invites the public to a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House for the new “Bruce W. Evans” Jackson County Adult Detention Center on Thursday, October 29. The ceremony will begin at 10:08 a.m. under the sally port of the new jail located at 3840 Fair Street in Pascagoula. The start time is a reflection of Police Code 10-8 meaning “in service”. After the event, the facility will be open to the public until 3 p.m.