Plans to annex about 160 across in south Oxford, known as the Callicutt property are moving along with an annexation hearing set for May. (April 8, 2014, Page 1)
The Oxford Board of Aldermen voted Tuesday to move foward with plans to annex about 150 acres south of County Road 300. In other aldermen business, Oxford Electric Superintendent Rob Neely reported TVA will be raising rates 1.5 percent which will mean a $1.50 increase per 1,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity. Read about these and other actions, and discussions, taken by the board in today’s EAGLE. (September 4, 2013, Page 1)
Board of Aldermen approved a site plan amendment for Falkner Flats, a 618-bed development off Old Taylor Road, although two aldermen voted against it due to increased traffic and construction projects planned for the road by MDOT and Baptist Memorial Hospital. (March 20, 2013, Page 1, 2)
Attorneys on both sides of an annexation dispute have 30 days to submit final arguments in writing to Chancery Judge Ed Roberts, who will decide whether the land that Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi has selected as the location of its new $300 million replacement hospital will be included in the city limits. (December 19, 2012, Page 2)
The city of Oxford is looking into annexing about 150 acres east of County Road 300, south of where Baptist will be putting its new hospital, to help provide another through-way from South Lamar to Old Taylor Road. Read about this and other business from Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting in today’s EAGLE. (November 21, 2012, Page 1, 9)
Representatives from Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi asked both local governing boards Tuesday to amend an agreement that a new $250 million hospital will be build within the city limits to allow Baptist to build on property that is both inside and outside of the city which is located between Old Taylor Road and South Lamar, not far from the existing hospital. Both boards voted to accept the amended agreement. (April 18, 2012, Page 1)
There’s a turf war going on in Thacker Heights.
This time, it’s the not the Jets and the Sharks — it’s canines from the county versus city residents. (June 29, 2010, Page 1)