The future direction of Saltillo could be determined in the next 10 days, and city leaders are asking the public to help in the process.
The city will be the first in the state to participate in the Mississippi Vision Plan process, which is sponsored by the Mississippi Main Street Association. It will combine the input of outside experts and local residents to set a plan for Saltillo’s Main Street.
On today’s episode, Daily Journal reporter William Moore (6:46) joins Derek and Brad to talk more about the three-day process, how you can help and what may result from it.
Also, Capitol Bureau chief Bobby Harrison (12:32) discusses recent hearings by legislators trying to cut down on travel expenses by state agencies. Bobby (15:23) also looks at the latest state revenue reports, which showed continuing declines in sales tax collections.
Food editor Ginna Parsons (22:36) highlights today’s food section – St. James Food Bazaar, pork chops with apples, ding-dong cake and more.