Vidalia approves signs for businesses
Published 12:08 am Wednesday, January 13, 2010
NATCHEZ — Two sign applications and two occupational licenses were approved at the Vidalia Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night.
Aldermen approved a sign application for Family Dollar Store at its 1919 Carter St. location.
Attorney at Law Hu Cheryl Walker was approved an occupational license for her office at 11 Cedar Street.
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NAPA Auto Parts applied for and was approved its sign application and occupational license for its 1611 Carter St. location — a site previously occupied by Home Hardware Center.
In other business:
4 Becky Perrault, a spokesperson for Ferriday’s Care Pregnancy Clinic, addressed board members with information about the clinic’s purpose.
“Tonight I just wanted to get with leaders of our community and tell you about this clinic that is opening,” Perrault said. “We want to ask for your support, your prayers and help in getting this thing started.”
The clinic is currently open for two days out of the week — Mondays from 9 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m. and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
Perrault said the clinic is part of a state-wide project offering health and services to young women who are having unplanned pregnancies.
The clinic will serve to teach young men and women how to be good parents and help supply them with help throughout pregnancy and the early stages of parenthood.
Perrault said within four to six weeks, the clinic would host its grand opening and begin serving the public five days a week thereafter.