Work has resumed on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater, a pretty good indicator the effects of the second major flood of the facility were not as severe as the first flood, which filled the grounds with silt and damaged some of its electrical components.
More than four years after construction started, the first event at the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater could be held, perhaps in time for the Market Street Festival concert.
City councilmen voted unanimously Tuesday to advertise for bids to begin construction of the second phase of the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater.
When the Mississippi Legislature completes its estimated $400-million bond package this week, there will be money provided for construction of the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater on The Island.
That’s the good news.
Rep. Jeff Smith of Columbus — chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee which crafts the bond package — said Tuesday the bill would provide anywhere from $500,000 to $750,000 for the facility.
That’s the bad news.
If there were keys to the Terry Brown Amphitheater, the city of Columbus would be getting them next week.
As construction of the multi-million dollar Terry Brown Amphitheater begins in earnest near the Riverwalk, it brings with it great promise.
The city of Columbus hopes to begin construction on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater in about two months.
City councilmen Tuesday voted unanimously to reject bids and re-advertise for construction on the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater.
State revenue is down by $53 million from projections for the first four months of the fiscal year, but two local projects which are relying on more state funding should be able to move forward as planned.
City officials Wednesday unveiled renderings for the Sen. Terry Brown Amphitheater during a groundbreaking ceremony on The Island.