Officials, others scrutinize county’s past spending
While the Tunica County Board of Supervisors figures out how to pay the county’s current bills, some local citizens are digging through the county’s past for an understanding of its structure and finances.
Barbara Tuchel, member of Tunicans for Transparency in Government, and District 4 Supervisor Henry Nickson, Jr. are among those suspicious about past dealings of the county. District 1 Supervisor James Dunn, who has been a board member for more than 30 years, said most major decisions have been and are still made with expert advice on hand.
Tuchel said members of her organization are curious about some component units of the county that are set up as nonprofits. She said they are also seeking clarity about expenditures.
“The money isn’t coming in, and, to my understanding, it wasn’t handled properly in the past,” she said.
Town crews (above) work on a large, old oak tree and the top of a second tree on town property near Tunica United Methodist Church, following strong winds and heavy rain that moved through the area in the early morning hours Monday.
Tunica gets Festival Ready (Schedule of Events)
Rivergate gets the ‘arts treatment’
“Art you can sit in” is the catchy theme of the Tunica Arts Council’s 2014 partnership with the Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Rivergate Festival.
Colorfully-decorated Adirondack chairs are cropping up in downtown Tunica, as over 15 businesses and individuals get their creative juices flowing.
“Chairs were provided by the Chamber and Clayton Mercantile for participants to paint,” explained Arts Council president Keri Graves. “We are really looking forward to seeing the art displayed around town.”
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