Unique program fills gap for veterans
The young man maintained the watchful attitude of a soldier, quietly nodding at those who greeted him, all the while keeping his young charge – a 14 month old female golden retriever named Ruby – in check.
Tyler Craft doesn’t show it, but he’s a veteran of the Iraq war, “blown up,” as he describes it, in 2004. Craft is one of more than 60,000 veterans disabled in Iraq and Afghanistan; 300,000 diagnosed with post traumatic stress; and 5,000 who are amputees.
GreenTech on track
Local and state economic development officials remain confident that GreenTech Automotive will make good on its commitment to build cars in Tunica County by year’s end in 2014 – despite recent intense scrutiny by the national media of the company and its political connections.
“People have been on the payroll for over five years,” Tunica County Chamber of Commerce CEO and economic development foundation chief Lyn Arnold said in an interview August 2.
“Two important things to know: Charles Wang has been a constant, and the engineers have been the same.”
No answers yet on tax protests
The Tunica County Tax Assessor’s Office stands behind its current property assessments.
Tax consultant Bill Bryant defended several assessments or valuations of property for tax purposes during last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Tunica County heard protests from four casinos – Fitzgeralds, Resorts, Hollywood and Bally’s – and two other businesses.
Two men representing the casino properties collectively challenged the method being used by the county to calculate the assessments.
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