The 2017-2018 Madison Central High School PTO board members are (from left, back) Dara Bariola, Holly Dean, Marcy Scoggins, Collin Hutchinson, Sandra Strain, Julie Tipton, Terri Iupe, Stephene Johns, Kelly Riley, Jennifer Ishee; (fourth row) Mitcie Reid, Tammy Barham, Penny Melvin, Tracey Thrash, Charlie Price, Kim Whitten, Alicia Knotts, Lisa
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Students listed to the honor roll at Madison Ridgeland Academy for the first nine weeks include:
“The tables have turned in so many ways and this will be the last time I have everybody over for Thanksgiving dinner,” I had said earlier this fall to my two daughters-in-law, Gail and Binnie Jo.
“You’ve said this for as many years as I can remember,” Binnie Jo answered. “And I’ve been in this family for over 20 years.”
Neighborhood developers might need to begin implementing centralized mailbox units in new subdivisions in Madison County, possibly eliminating curbside mail service in future developments.
Jackson city officials hope 2018 will be the year the lawmakers will bring back a tool that promises to give neighborhoods another tool to improve quality of life.
Recently, the city council passed a resolution in support of “community improvement districts” or CIDs.
Developers are hoping to put a carwash on Lake Harbour Drive, but the Ridgeland planning and zoning board has recommended the board of aldermen reject the proposal.
A public hearing will be held December 19 at city hall during a regular board of aldermen meeting.
Jim Wikirson is executive director of the Fondren Renaissance Foundation (FRF) and a member of JXNUNITED, a group of neighborhood association leaders that meets regularly to discuss common concerns. He recently spoke to Sun Senior Staff Writer Anthony Warren about the group.
So what is JXNUNITED? How did it start?