‘Low speed vehicles,’ not golf carts ordinance
A proposed ordinance to regulate low speed vehicles on town streets is headed to a July 31 public hearing.
Alderman considered revisions to and asked questions about a draft ordinance that was presented to the town board on July 1.
Mayor Chuck Cariker opened the agenda item by saying that he was “tasked to draft an ordinance.
“I think it would be a good thing for the community, but it’s not my ordinance,” Cariker said. “I support it, but I will do whatever the wishes of the board are.”
County changes housing admin., updates personnel policy
A nonprofit corporation established in April this year has gained the contract to administer Tunica County’s housing program.
Tunica County Housing, Inc., led by Mardis Jones of Tunica, will receive $12,000 per month to administer housing rehabilitation and the county’s first-time homebuyers program.
Jones and Cedric Jackson have been employed by the North Delta Regional Housing Authority, which formerly had the administration contract.
New Strangers Rest is rising from the ruins
Today there are only flags marking the footprint of what will become the new sanctuary and Sunday School rooms for New Strangers Rest Baptist Church in South Tunica County. But soon, the new building itself will rise from the site of a devastating tornado that damaged the original church beyond repair last December.
No one was injured in the storm, Lenair said.
“Our sure foundation is in Jesus Christ, who never fails.”
Brazilian Dance to perform at televised gospel awards show
Local nonprofit dance company Brazilian Dance Inc. will soon grace the big screen as it is scheduled to perform at the televised 6th Annual Rhythm of Gospel Awards Show in Birmingham, Alabama on July 25 and 26.
Shamia Thomas, owner of Brazilian Dance Inc., said the opportunity came about through diligence and hard work. She started Brazilian Dance, Inc. in 2010 to teach youth the art of dance.
After researching events that fit with her organization’s mission, she discovered the award show and reached out its staff to share information about her dance company. Not too long later, she received an invitation for Brazilian Dance Inc to perform not once but twice that weekend.
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