Coahoma County to receive nearly $8,400 from tax-forfeited property sales

By STAFF REPORTS,

JACKSON — The Secretary of State’s Office is releasing $507,404.48 to 49 counties across the state, and cities and schools within those counties, representing proceeds from recent tax-forfeited property sales. 

Among the counties receiving more than $5,000 is Coahoma County, which will receive $8,394.34 from 11 parcels.

 
 
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