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    As part of the City of Tupelo Major Thoroughfare Program’s long range transportation planning process, a public survey regarding a variety of transportation related issues has been published in order to solicit and gather critical information from the public about this very important infrastructure system.  The resulting information will be utilized during the planning process by our consultant, Civil Link, in order to better ascertain the current impacts (existing conditions, safety concerns, problem areas, pedestrian and alternate transportation, traffic signals, maintenance, etc.) associated with the transportation system within the City of Tupelo.

     Please take a few moments to complete the referenced survey so that we may have the aid of your experience as is relates to this issue.  Your participation will be very beneficial to this project and the resulting survey data will be instrumental in determining the future of the transportation system within the City of Tupelo through the year 2035.

     The online survey is located at the following link:  http://civil-link.com/survey/




    paper shredFrom Sherrie Cochran, City Environmental Planner:

    This year’s event was a HUGE SUCCESS and appears to be the best one yet!!!  A special thanks to each of you who gave of your time to help make this event possible. CINTAS did an awesome job of  shredding the documents.  We hope this is just the beginning and look forward to partnering with them at future events. 

     The  numbers were  up overall and in most locations.  

     Here are the numbers for both pounds and consumers:

     POUNDS

    Jackson……………………36,750 lbs (up from 20,000 last year)

    Tupelo……………………..21,000 lbs (up from 6,900 last year)

    Meridian………………….12,600 lbs (up from 5,000 last year)

    D ’Iberville………………..8,000 lbs (up from 3,720 last year)

    Hattiesburg………………8,000 lbs (up from 6,500 last year)

    Vicksburg………………….7,700 lbs (down from 8,000 last year)

     Total pounds shred 2014……………………94,050

    Total pounds shred 2013……………………50,120

     CONSUMERS

    Jackson 441 (up from 243 last year)

    Tupelo 355 (down from 375 last year)

    Meridian 216 (up from 84 last year)

    D’Iberville 185 (up from 118 last year)

    Hattiesburg 180 (up from 159 last year)

    Vicksburg 136 (down from 139 last year)

     Total consumers 2014………………………1,513

    Total consumers 2013……………………….1,118

     This year we partnered with Magnolia Data Solutions (MDS).  MDS is  Mississippi’s only certified electronic recycling facility.  During the Community Shred day, MDS  offered consumers a way to destroy their electronic items that contained sensitive data.  This was a huge success!  We hope to partner with MDS again next year.  Here are the numbers as they were reported by MDS.

     EQUIPMENT DESTROYED

    Computer/laptops – 137 units

    Hard drives shredded on site – approximately 261  units

    Cell phones shredded on site – approximately 52 units

    Backup tapes/cds/cassettes – approximately 30 pounds

     Cards were made available to  consumers at all other locations.  These cards will allow them a ONE-TIME opportunity to bring up to five of their electronic items to the MDS  Jackson MS facility.  The  cards expire January 1, 2015.  We will get  an update from MDS on how many consumers utilize this opportunity and what equipment they bring.

     


    It is time again for Residential Rental Registration.  Registrations are good October 1 – September 30 and must be renewed each year.  For more information please contact Nikki Burton at 662-841-6510 or nikki.burton@tupeloms.gov.  To fill out a new registration form please follow the following link:

    RENTAL REGISTRATION FORM


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