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An online tool aimed at helping Jackson entrepreneurs open a new business within the city is now live.
The city of Jackson will begin it’s fall fire hydrant flushing program Monday, Sept. 19.Flushing will start in the southwest section of the city and will finish in the northeast section roughly three weeks later.
Beginning Saturday, Oct. 22, the city of Jackson has contracted with United Waste to pick up bagged leaves curbside this autumn.
Eyeing a substantial and rapidly unsustainable increase in pension costs and a steady decline in fire-related calls to the Jackson Fire Department, city staff are taking into consideration a federal grant.