The state is moving forward in implementing the CCID master plan, as evidenced by recent hires for seven projects.
The CCID is the Capitol Complex Improvement District. Each year the state will provide an additional allocation to fund public improvements in the district, such as road overlays and beautification.
Wet weather continues to slow down the North State Street Reconstruc-tion Project.
The roughly $22 million project includes rebuilding a roughly two-mile section of the busy roadway from Hartfield Street to Sheppard Road.
Jackson is one step closer to issuing $35 million in road bonds, thanks to a recent vote by the city’s one-percent infrastructure tax oversight commission.
Last week, oversight members approved the mayor’s request to leverage bond money to issue up to $35 million in long-term debt.
Jackson’s motion to dismiss the attorneys in the city’s water shutoff case will be heard by Judge Tiffany Grove next month.
This morning, Chancellor Grove set a hearing for 1:30 p.m., Thursday, August 8, to hear arguments in the city’s motion to dismiss three attorneys representing plaintiffs in the matter.
It could soon be easier for Northsiders to report that neighbor with overgrown grass or a car parked in the yard.
Several major changes are on tap for Jackson’s community improvement division, the division that oversees code enforcement.
Be careful traveling along Briarwood Road west of I-55 North. An exposed pipe is located in the right east-bound lane headed toward the interstate. It is located near the Briarwood and Keele Street intersection. Engineering Manager Charles Williams said the pipe is a water valve top that is missing.