CONGRESSMAN MICHAEL GUEST: Will the U.S. Default on Its Debt?

Dear Friend, When it comes to the debt ceiling, Republicans and Democrats agree on one thing: The United States should not default on its debts. It all comes down to what actions are taken, and the ball is in the court of the Democrats. By controlling the House, Senate, and White House, Democrats are positioned to address the debt ceiling, … Read more

Congratulations to CCTC Student of the Month Christian Reed!

Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) member Thrash Construction presented a gift to Canton Career & Technical Center student Christian Reed.  Christian, a junior in the Construction program was selected CCTC Student of the Month.                  Pictured are (l-r):                 Jan Collins, MCBL&F Executive Director                 Jimmy Madison, CCTC Construction Instructor                 Luke Walker, … Read more

MCCT & MCBL&F Award Grant to CHS Teacher Teena Ruth

The Madison County Community Trust (MCCT) and the Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) awarded Canton Public Schools Master Teacher of Personal Finance Teena Ruth with a grant to attend the national Jump$tart Conference.  She was prepared to teach this course by the MS Council on Economic Education.  Teachers, sponsors, speakers, exhibitors, and other … Read more

MCEDA Report September Tax Diversions

MCEDA REPORT: Above are the tax diversions for September, as well as the numbers reflecting the conclusion of our Fiscal Year. The County had positive growth every single month this Fiscal Year, contributing to 12.84% growth for the year. Every municipality in the county showed extremely positive growth as compared to last year’s Fiscal Year. … Read more

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Provided by Tim Bryan, Madison County Engineer 

Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann Makes Remarks at MCBL&F September Board Meeting

Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann was welcomed by Chairman Wesley Goings, C Spire, as guest speaker for theMadison County Business League & Foundation Board of Directors meeting on September 16th.Lt. Governor Hosemann presented remarks about the 2020 and 2021 legislative sessions and looking ahead to topics for the 2022 session. Click here to view his remarks