Justin Vicory Mississippi Clarion Ledger Published 3:21 p.m. UTC Jun 24, 2018 Through the years Jackson has seen several economic development possibilities that for one reason or another never panned out. Some of the projects still could bear fruit while others lost steam altogether and there's nothing on the horizon to suggest they'll ever come back. The fallout from this century's worst economic recession played a role in kneecapping momentum in many cases, and inconsistency from frequently changing mayoral administrations has hampered even short-term plans on developments. The series: downtown.clarionledger.com Jackson has had five mayors in less than 10 years. All have had ivarying ideas for what direction to take on large development projects but little continuity between administrations. Old Capitol Green A $1.1 billion sprawling, mixed-use development along Commerce Street never got off the ground. The Old Capitol Green project … [Read more...] about What could’ve been? Some of downtown Jackson’s development misses
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Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Whatever Happened to ... the VIP Ocean Club hot spot? The Ocean Club catered to an “older” and upscale crowd with an enormous sound-and-light system, valet parking and bathroom attendants. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Alan Morrell, Special to Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 7:00 a.m. ET April 14, 2018 CLOSE A look back at the past and the places that became a part of Rochester's roots. Wochit CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE The Ocean Club was a … [Read more...] about Whatever Happened to … the VIP Ocean Club hot spot?
ANNAPOLIS — By the last week of the 2018 General Assembly session, several bills from local legislators had made it through both chambers and may become law. The flurry of Sine Die activity on Monday could add to their number.Sen. Michael Hough (R-District 4) introduced Senate Bill 963 on behalf of Gov. Larry Hogan (R), who would almost certainly sign the bill into law if a committee can hammer out the differences between the chambers’ different amendments to it. As of Friday night, the House and the Senate had not ironed it out.The proposal creates a state Victim Services Unit and makes it responsible for the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board along with the program for sexual assault forensic examinations.It will be tasked with coordinating and improving restitution services.The Frederick County Delegation passed its ethics reform bill, House Bill 630. It includes representatives of developers with pending land-use and zoning change application in the group of people … [Read more...] about Local bills clear General Assembly as the end looms
A proposed bill that would have insurers cover trips to local health departments aims to increase access to health care in rural counties.House Bill 1132 would require insurers, nonprofit health service plans, and health maintenance organizations that use a provider panel to make sure that all enrollees can access local health departments and covered services through those departments. Some carriers already contract with local providers, so the proposal would expand and require that coverage.The Frederick County Health Department covers patients using Medicare and Medicaid, as well as uninsured low-income patients, according to Dr. Barbara A. Brookmyer, county health officer.Frederick Delegate Karen Lewis Young (D-District 3A) became the bill’s sponsor after the original sponsor, Delegate Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk (D-Prince George’s), suggested Lewis Young take the lead to free Pena-Melnyk to work on other legislation. Lewis Young sits on several health subcommittees and … [Read more...] about Local health department insurance bill moving through Senate