Adams County is seeking a purchase clerk. Click HERE for job description.
The dates for the 2022 Spring Regional PDD Meetings have been set. Please see the attached schedule for meeting dates and times. Location of meeting will be confirmed soon.
As you know, these regional meetings are important for several reasons; we will be holding elections to the MAS Board of Directors, Legislative and Nominating committee as well as recapping the 2022 legislative session.
On Wednesday, February 2, 2022 Governor Tate Reeves signed into law Senate Bill 2095, also known as the “Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act (MMCA)” legalizing medical cannabis.
Please click HERE to view letter from the State Auditor's Office regarding frequently asked questions on American Recue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds expenditure and loss revenue.
The Mississippi Association of Supervisors is now accepting advertising contracts for the 2022 publication cycle of the Mississippi Supervisor magazine. The Mississippi Supervisor is a quarterly publication, with new issues published following each of the Association’s conferences. *Moving forward all ads will be published in color.
Who Reads the Mississippi Supervisor?
Over 1,000 Mississippi, Regional and National Readers:
The Lieutenant Governor’s office has discussed with MAS the possibility of the Mississippi Legislature setting up a matching funds program using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding received by the State to supplement local ARPA-eligible projects. MAS is recommending that each county interested in obtaining matching ARPA funding from the State submit a very detailed proposal to its local legislative delegation and request that the proposal be submitted to the Legislature, including the Lt. Governor’s office, on behalf of the county.
Update on The Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund (ERBRF) Round 1 and 2: The Project Selection Process and the Role of the Emergency Road and Bridge Repair Fund Advisory Board
ERBRF Round 1
UPDATE as of December 1, 2021
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law) has been passed. The match requirement for the Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) funds has been removed. Please continue to use the existing application, noting that the match requirement is no longer necessary. ***
MAS has been informed that Treasury sent the following email to counties yesterday (Monday, August 30, 2021).
Dear Official in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi:
As Hurricane Ida impacts your region, the Department of Treasury sends our best wishes for your health and safety.