‘Ranks High’

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Museum Boulevard high priority according to CCID criteria

Jackson taxpayers will be spending nearly $2 million in new infrastructure funds to repave Museum Boulevard, while far worse – and far busier – streets in the city remain untouched.




City considers revising gating ordinance again; applications withdrawn

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Third time could be the charm when it comes to the city of Jackson’s public access gating ordinance.

Less than two years after it was amended, the city council could again be considering amending the city’s gating rules.

The news comes following two contentious public hearings for gates on the Northside.


They’re Back!

By ANTHONY WARREN,

After an unusually wet winter and spring, buffalo gnats are back on the Northside.

Again.

The pests are not only a nuisance, but a painful reminder for Northsiders to douse themselves in bug spray, put on netting or long sleeves before going outside.







One Call

By ANTHONY WARREN,

County steps up assistance in pothole repairs for the city

Pothole relief is coming to the Northside by way of District One Supervisor Robert Graham.

The supervisor is urging residents to dial him directly when they have pothole problems, and county crews will fix them.





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