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As Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker looks back on the accomplishments during his first year in office, he said the Hub City’s financial status will shape his administration’s future and the success of later administrations.
Touted as one of Hattiesburg’s “most ambitious water and sewer replacement projects to date” under the current administration, Mayor Toby Barker announced a $3.7 million infrastructure makeover Monday afternoon for Camp Street and surrounding areas.
What one Lamar County Supervisor termed as “not a perfect document” was approved by a 3-2 vote Monday morning by the Board of Supervisors as months of wrangling and rewriting ended with the passage of the garbage ordinance.
Samuel Allen had not planned to compete in Marine Service Technology at the state level, but it certainly paid off for the upcoming Lumberton High School junior.
Lamar County teachers will regain $100 that was lost from their local supplement and each administrator will get back a lost day of pay, according to the fiscal year 2019 proposed budget that was presented recently.
Thirty-four-year-old habits are hard to break for former Lumberton Superintendent Dr. Linda L. Smith.