December 9, 2010
No cards; tax bills arrive in envelopes
The first week in December is when the Marshall County tax collector’s office starts sending out “Christmas cards” for the 2010 property tax year. This year, the format of real property tax notices has been changed to a sheet-style notice mailed in an envelope.
The cards were changed mostly because the postage meter was covering up some of the important tax information on the cards, said Betty Byrd, tax collector.
Zoning hears several requests
The Marshall County zoning board approved a mining permit that owners say will be used to borrow dirt to build I-269 near their property on Wingo Road.
The property is near the Chickasaw Trails Industrial Park, but not in it.
World War II veteran keeps memories alive
The community building at Northcentral Electric was packed for the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon in November. Northcentral general manager Kevin Doddridge had the program and invited his grandfather-in-law to speak about challenges in World War II.
Holly Springs police respond to burglaries and more incidents
Holly Springs police officers issued the following incident reports last week, according to chief Robert Pearson.
Lamar woman sentenced
Sheanika Faulkner, 31, of Lamar, was sentenced Friday by United States District Judge W. Allen Pepper in Greenville for filing false claims with the federal government.
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