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Tax-forfeited revenue released to 49 counties

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.

Counties receiving more than $5,000 including:

  • Adams County—$8,484.03 (14 parcels)
  • Bolivar—$5,400.23 (15 parcels)
  • Coahoma—$8,394.34 (11 parcels)
  • Forrest—$34,786.89 (85 parcels)
  • Hancock—$8,653.19 (75 parcels)
  • Harrison—$25,990.25 (30 parcels)
  • Hinds—$217,709.49 (294 parcels)
  • Holmes—7,735.77 (17 parcels)
  • Humphreys—$6,040.33 (16 parcels)
  • Jackson—$6,024.27 (187 parcels)
  • Jones—$39,560.89 (42 parcels)
  • Lauderdale—$10,063.97 (10 parcels)
  • Leflore—$7,007.06 (10 parcels)
  • Madison—$9,555.89 (14 parcels)
  • Panola—$8,318.19 (3 parcels)
  • Pearl River—$17,023.02 (69 parcels)
  • Rankin—$31,805.15 (70 parcels)
  • Warren—$11,397.42 (19 parcels)
  • Washington—$10,989.13 (23 parcels)

“This distribution represents almost 1,100 parcels which are now back on the tax rolls and in productive use in these counties,” Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said. “We are grateful for the partnerships we have with local government officials who help us spread the word about auctions to increase sales and decrease the State’s inventory.”

In recent years, successful auctions in Bay St. Louis, Hinds County, Jackson, Leflore County, McComb, Meridian, Pearl River County, Rankin County, Washington County, Waveland, Vicksburg, and Yazoo City have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Mississippi schools, municipalities, and counties.

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