When the recession hit in 2008, Jackson County’s building boom came to a screeching halt overnight. The result was a massive loss of jobs, failing banks and foreclosures.
But if this spring’s building permits are any indication, the county may be starting a new cycle of expansion and growth.
Since March, the county has issued 91 building permits for new homes, in addition to a number of commercial projects and smaller routine home expansions.
For the full story, see the May 20th issue of The Jackson Herald.