Get Ready: Representative Anderson’s 2014 State of the District Address:
Although no concrete date has been set, Representative Jeramey Anderson of Mississippi's 110th House District will deliver his first State of the District Address during the month of November in the City of Moss Point, MS.
The Representative's Office is committed to ensuring that there are plenty of ways for constituents to take part in the State of the District, including a new way to watch the speech and share exclusive graphics with your social networks, and opportunities to discuss Representative Anderson’s remarks immediately following the address.
If you plan on watching from home, we will be streaming a version of the speech on JerameyAnderson.com/SOTD. You can also tune in on Facebook, YouTube, and through our mobile app.
In the meantime, here’s how to stay updated, and learn more about how you can watch, share and discuss the speech.
• Get email updates: Sign up and make sure you’re among the first to get exclusive content before and after the speech by visitingwww.JERAMEYANDERSON.com.
• Follow us on Twitter: Make sure you’re following @RepJAnderson on Twitter for news and real-time updates before, during and after the address, and post using #SOTD110.
• JerameyAnderson.com/SOTD: Officially launching early next week,JerameyAnderson.com/SOTD will be your number one resource for all things State of the District, and the best place to watch the Representative’s address.
Want to learn more about the State of the District, please contact the Office of the Representative Tuesday – Friday (9am – 5pm) 228.285.8183.
Representative Jeramey Anderson gets comprehensive Distinctive License Plate bill for Supporters of Moss Point High School Passed.
Today, Representative Jeramey Anderson (D-District 110) announced that his office will move forward with the process to get distinctive license plates for the supporters of Moss Point High School.
During this past session, Representative Anderson drafted House Bill 1106 to establish special license plates for the supporters of Moss Point High School, which was then merged with Senate Bill 2472 before it was signed into law by the Governor on April 4, 2014.
Representative Anderson said, “Moss Point has a large population of supports and alumni. Slightly less than twelve thousand people of driving age reside in the city of Moss Point, with many supporters returning each year and many willing to support this project. I will be meeting with school district officials this week to discuss the new law. We are opening the designing process up to the community, students, parents, alumni and the general public can now log on to our website (www.JERAMEYANDERSON.com) to download a copy or stop by our district office (4836 Main St. Moss Point, MS) to pick up a design submission form.”
Applications to submit designs are available (Aug. 20th – Sept. 6th) and you may now pre-order your distinctive tag online and onsite at Representative Anderson’s office. The law requires a 300 license plate pre-sale before they are distributed. An additional annual change of thirty-one dollars shall apply to the plates. Twenty four dollars of this annual sum shall be deposited to the credit of the Moss Point School District.
REPRESENTATIVE ANDERSON ATTENDS CHRISTENING!
Saturday morning the Representative and his staff hit the road once again, headed back to the district to attend the Christening ceremony at Ingalls Shipyard in the city of Pascagoula at 8:00am.
With the help of James' great-great-niece, Charlene James Benoit, Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula christened its fifth cutter for the Coast Guard today. The ship's namesake "embodied our guiding principles of service to nation, duty to people and commitment to excellence long before we ever thought to write them down," said Vice Adm. Peter Neffenger, vice commandant of the Coast Guard and the event's keynote speaker. (Mississippi Press)