Plan splits up Cut-off
Changes brought on by the Mississippi River are not the only ones Tunica Cut-off residents may face, according to a special meeting with the Board of Supervisors on May 20.
During that session, around 30 residents of the area learned that a proposed redistricting plan will impact them. The plan calls for dividing the area between two supervisor districts. Currently, all four camps are located in District Four.
Consultant Chris Watson said that District Five will take in Charlie’s Camp and Bordeaux. District 4 will keep Nel-Win and Carol’s Camp.
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