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Ribbon Cutting for new Highway Patrol/Driver's License Office

More than 50 people attended a ribbon cutting on Nov. 19 to mark the official opening of the new Highway Patrol/Driver’s License Office in Gautier on Highway 57. The $254,900 facility is 2,000 square feet with a waiting area that will accommodate 36 people.  The building, which replaces the Pascagoula office, has actually been open for business to the public for driver’s license testing and issuance for the past couple weeks. The new phone number is 228-818-8340.

Posted on Thursday, November 21, 2013
November 15 proclaimed America Recycles Day in Jackson County
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors has proclaimed November 15 as America Recycles Day in Jackson County. America Recycles Day, an initiative of Keep America Beautiful, is a nationally recognized day dedicated to celebrate and learn more about recycling programs in our own communities.
Posted on Thursday, November 07, 2013
JC Board Proclaims Nov. 8 as “National Adoption Day in Jackson County”

The Jackson County Board of Supervisors proclaimed Friday, November 8 as “National Adoption Day in Jackson County” during their board meeting today. Friday will be memorable day for 14 Jackson County children and their foster families as they become official, permanent families.

Posted on Monday, November 04, 2013
JC Board proclaims October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Jackson County Board of Supervisors proclaimed October 2013 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in Jackson County during their October 7 board meeting. Representatives from Adrienne’s House, a satellite domestic violence shelter of the Gulf Coast Women’s Center for Nonviolence, attended the meeting to accept the proclamation and address the audience.
Posted on Monday, October 07, 2013
Recycling gets more convenient at Jackson County facilities
Jackson County’s next step in “recycling convenience” has been delivered! Ten 2-in-1 containers have been placed at high traffic County facilities to encourage more recycling. The new 55 gallon containers have designated sides – one for trash and litter and the other for commonly used recyclables such as plastic and glass bottles, cans, and newspapers.  They are located at both recreational and office facilities.
Posted on Thursday, September 26, 2013
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