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City’s Contract with Groundworx Deemed Unconstitutional By Judge in Blanton’s Motion to Dismiss


The City of Hattiesburg’s contract with Groundworx has been ruled unconstitutional by Chancery Judge Ronald Doleac. You can read the ruling below.

Ward 4 Counciwoman Mary Dryden voted for the contract.  Dryden’s in laws stood to make an estimated $12 to $18 million dollars on the contract by leasing and/or selling thousands of acres of land. Dryden was a vocal supporter of Groundworx. Read more on that here.



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