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The mission of the Madison County Business League is to bring together, under one organization, the voice of numerous entities in order to establish a clear and concise message for the future. This organization, which is comprised of elected, appointed, business and individual leaders of Madison County, will enable all partners in business and economic development to participate collectively in bringing together the overall vision for Madison County.
The Madison County Business League is proud to announce the results of the
2013 Board of Directors Election Read More
The legislature this year tried to do things that made financial sense.We put savings first. We put $250 million straight into the state's savings account. Read More
The Madison County Business Is extremely proud and honored to call St. Andrew’s Madison County’s very own! Congratulations to the administration, faculty, staff and students for this outstanding accomplishment. Now the country knows what we have known all along! Read More
We are pleased to announce the Board of Directions Election Candidates for 2013: Read More
Economic development is very competitive, and the key to competing for projects is for a community to have marketable assets. Madison County has these assets, and now, thanks to a partnership with the Walker family, we can offer nearly 2,000 acres for development which will put us on the map for competing for large economic development projects that provide high-paying jobs. Read More
Over 125 guests, elected officials and business leaders attended the Panther Creek Commerce Center Mega Site Announcement held on Wednesday, April 10, 2013, on site in Madison County at the intersection of Nissan Parkway West and Hwy 22. Tim Coursey, Executive Director of the Madison County Economic Development Authority, was presented with a site qualification plaque by Entergy MS President & CEO Haley Fisackerly and Entergy’s Director of Economic Development John Turner. Details of the site are listed on the profile below. Read More
On Tuesday, April 16th, 2013, the members of Leadership Madison County will spend their final session exploring the question, “What makes a City an enduring place?”, as they tour and hear current leaders talk about public treasures that have mapped the path to Madison County’s position as a preferred place to live. Read More
JACKSON - The Mississippi House gave its final approval today to a bill that will help create 800-1,000 new jobs at the Nissan plant in Madison County. The bill had been held on a motion to reconsider. It now goes to Gov. Phil Bryant for his consideration. Read More
When you elected me your State Senator for Madison, Ridgeland, Gluckstadt and Northeast Jackson, I committed to focus on: growing the state's economy, controlling spending and keeping your taxes low. You also told me to help control crime and keep your neighborhoods safe. Read More
Madison County Economic Development Authority, The State of Mississippi, Mississippi Development Authority, and Entergy Mississippi, Inc., cordially invite you to attend a Mega Site Qualification Announcement. Read More