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The Pascagoula Public Beach located in Pascagoula, Jackson County, Mississippi, and which serves as one of the many coastal tourists attractions in the State of Mississippi, shall be renamed “Buffett Beach” in honor and in recognition of Pascagoula native and musical icon, James William “Jimmy” Buffett, who lived blocks away and played on its shores. The Department of Finance and Administration shall prepare or have prepared a distinctive plaque, to be placed in a prominent place adjacent to the beach's entrance, that states the background, accomplishments and contributions to the state by James William “Jimmy” Buffett. The Department of Finance and Administration in conjunction with the Mississippi Department of Public Safety shall erect or cause to be erected proper signage at the beach's easternmost, centermost and westernmost access entrances displaying the official name of the beach as “Buffett Beach.”
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Mississippi Code Title 21. Municipalities § 21-37-57. Pascagoula Public Beach renamed “Buffett Beach” - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ms/title-21-municipalities/ms-code-sect-21-37-57/
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