Thursday, April 14, 2011
Energy Expo Thursday in Holly Springs
Andre’ DeBerry, mayor of Holly Springs, along with Brandon Presley, Mississippi Public Service commissioner, Northern District, will host an Energy Expo on April 14 from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. at 610 N. Memphis Street, Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building.
Experts from the Tennessee Valley Authority will be on hand to provide information to residents and walk them through an on-line home energy evaluation. Energy efficiency kits will also be available to residents who complete the evaluation on site.
“The expo will be a chance for people in the area to find out what kind of energy efficiency services and products are available,” said Don Hollingsworth, general manager, Holly Springs Utility Department. “We encourage all citizens to attend and learn about ways to save on their electric bill.”
For more information on the expo, please call Hollingsworth at 662-252-4411, ext. 1224.
Wide load restriction set for eight weeks
The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) would like to inform motorists of the upcoming wide load restriction in Marshall County.
Beginning at 7 a.m., April 11, MDOT will impose a wide load restriction on Highway 78 in Marshall County. Trucks with loads wider than 12 feet will not be allowed in this area for the duration of the improvement project and will be rerouted from Highway 78 to Mississippi 178 between Ingrams Mill (Exit 6) and west Holly Springs (Exit 26) to allow crews to begin necessary road improvements.
The wide load restriction will be in effect for approximately eight weeks.
MDOT regrets any inconveniences this wide load restriction may cause.
Williams manager of new Farmers Market
The Holly Springs Farmers Market, sponsored by the Holly Springs Main Street Association, announces that Suzann Williams has been retained as the market manager for the inaugural season.
Williams brings, with her superb organizational skills, a love for all things Holly Springs and is doing a great job in her role as market manager, according to Gary Adams, chairman of the organizing committee.
Please note the start date for the market has been moved from Saturday, May 7, to Saturday, May 14.
“We hope to see you there,” Adams said.
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