Hernando mayor says town's economy is picking up | News
Good signs for the economy in one North Mississippi town.
Hernando Mayor Chip Johnson said all indicators are pointing to an economic turnaround.
In his state-of-the-city address earlier this week, the mayor said housing starts, new subdivisions and sales tax collections all are pointing up.
According to the Commercial Appeal single-Family building permits are up significantly this year.
Sales taxes showed an increase of about four percent.