2019 Project Rezway was a success!

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1st Place #10 Designer Mary Noble Howard (left) and Model Michelle Dashbach (2nd on left) ; 2nd Place #14 Designer and Model, Lilly Ross (right); and 3rd Place #4 Designer and Model Olivia Carley (middle)


1st Place #3 Designers Shawn Mackey,  Star King, and Kennedy Keys; (Shawn, middle)
2nd Place #1 Designers Miss. Dept. of Transportation Model Daphne Scott (left), and
3rd Place #16 Designer Trinity Torrey and Model Nichol Torrey (right)

Reservoir officials reduce outflow at dam

River level at Jackson should begin falling immediately

Pearl River Valley Water Supply District officials began reducing outflows from the Barnett Reservoir dam Friday morning, and a fall in the Pearl River at the Jackson gauge was expected to follow.

While heavy rains fell in the basin on Thursday, the total amount was less than anticipated. Inflows into Barnett Reservoir were also less than forecasted.

At 9 a.m. Friday, Barnett Reservoir stood at 295.73 and was on a slow fall, with an outflow of 30,500 cubic feet per second (cfs). A gradual reduction in outflow began at 9:30 a.m., with a target release of about 25,000 cfs by 5 p.m. PRVWSD officials said the lake would begin rising.

New Building Inspector


Left to right: Supervisors: Daniel Cross, Jay Bishop, Steve Gaines, Jeannine May and Nancy Magee, Lynn Porter ( not pictured) KRB/PRWE , Buford Clark, WM/KMB & Supervisors Jared Morrison and Bob Morrow

On Friday, March 15…

Keep the Rez Beautiful presented a check for $25,000 to Rankin County for a new part time building inspector for the Reservoir area watershed, not including PRVWSD properties. The purpose of this new position will be to make sure that new residential construction sites are pursuant to county storm water regulations and that Best Management Practices are in place. This funding is part of a new water quality initiative in partnership with USDA Natural Resources to reduce sediment in the Reservoir, “The Pearl River Watershed Experience.” For more information on other KRB/ PRWE initiatives, go to www.keeptherezbeautiful.org

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November 15,  2018…Brandon, Miss.       Fall is a great time to clean up and get rid of  unwanted items.   Keep the Reservoir (Rez) Beautiful will be hosting an electronics-recycling day on Saturday, November 17 from 8:30 a.m. till 3 p.m. in the Revell Ace Hardware parking lot, Spillway Rd.,  Reservoir area, 39047.   Keep the Rez Beautiful is celebrating Keep America Beautifuls’America’s Recycle Day.

KRB will be partnering again with Magnolia Data Solutions and will be accepting all unwanted electronics.   Bring any unwanted electronics and lighten the electronic waste from your home or office and recycle in an environmentally friendly and secure way!  Acceptable items include: computers, all computer components, desktop copiers, fax machines, radios, televisions, cell phones, desk phones, VCR players, DVD players, electronic games, monitors, keyboards, printers, laptops, scanners, stereos/radios/UPS..

KRB will be donating 9v Duracell batteries to residents for smoke & carbon monoxide detectors from Duracell, Keep Flora & Keep the Rez Beautiful & Keep Americal Beautiful.


This charge covers the cost incurred by Magnolia Data Solutions from recycling these items properly and in keeping with EPA requirements (i.e. shipping and weight for CRT tubes.)  All items collected are properly recycled at Magnolia Data Solutions.  Magnolia Data Solutions is Mississippi’s only CERTIFIED and largest electronic recycler processing over 1.5 million pounds of e-WASTE per year.

For more information on the event,  please contact Magnolia Data Solutions at (601) 919-0062, or www.keeptherezbeautiful.org  Facebook – keeptherezbeautiful.

KRB is partnering with Rankin County and the County  will be collecting Hazardous Waste and Tires on Sat. Nov. 17,  8 am – 1 p.m., at the Multipurpose Pavilion, 649 Marquette Rd. Brandon, MS  Call 601-825 9213 for more information.

Household Hazardous Waste & Tire Collection Day

Rankin County and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
Household Hazardous Waste & Tire Collection Day

Saturday, November 17th, 2018
Multipurpose Pavilion* 649 Marquette Rd* Brandon, MS
8:00 a.m. – 1:00p.m.

Bring any products listed below, or which are labeled:

  • TOXIC,

to the Multipurpose Pavilion for recycling and disposal

  • Aerosols Paint/Thinner
  • Ammonia Pesticides
  • Anti-Freeze Photo Chemicals
  • Lighter Fluid Pool Chemicals
  • Batteries Silver Polish
  • Brake Fluid Tires
  • Chlorine Bleach Transmission Fluid
  • Drain Opener Turpentine
  • Furniture Polish Varnish
  • Herbicides Water Seal
  • Mothballs Wood Finish
  • Used Motor oil/Filters Oven Cleaners


  • Leave products in original containers.
  • Seal containers to prevent leaking.
  • Carry containers in trunk or in back of vehicle away from passengers.
  • Leave windows down and do not smoke while transporting.


  • Radioactive materials,
  • compressed gas cylinders,
  • explosives or potentially shock sensitive materials,
  • biological,
  • etiologic,
  • infectious materials,
  • unknown materials,
  • hazardous waste from commercial businesses.

For more information,
Call Rankin County Solid Waste Dept. at 601-825-9213

Celebrate Keep America Beautiful’s America’s Recycle Day and E-Cycle RESERVOIR E – Electronics – Recycle Day

Saturday, November 17th

Revell Ace Hardware Shopping
Center Parking Lot

1919 Spillway Rd. , Brandon, MS 39047
(Parking lot on Spillway Rd. near Hugh Ward Blvd. Intersection)
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Sponsored by Keep the Rez Beautiful &
&M Magnolia Data Solutions

Bring any unwanted electronics to the Revell Ace Parking Lot, Saturday, November 17th from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Doing so will lighten the electronic waste from your homes and offices in an environmentally friendly and secure way!

Acceptable Items:
Computers, All Computer Components, Desktop Copiers, Fax Machines, Radios, Televisions, Cell Phones, Desk Phones, VCR Players, DVD Players, Electronic Games, Monitors, Keyboards, Printers, Laptops, Scanners, Stereos/Radios, UPS
***There is a $5 charge per monitor & $15 charge per television***

This charge covers the cost incurred by Magnolia Data Solutions from recycling these items properly and in keeping with EPA requirements (i.e. shipping and weight for CRT tubes.) All items collected are properly recycled at Magnolia Data Solutions. Magnolia Data Solutions Is Mississippi’s only CERTIFIED and largest electronic recycler processing over 1.5 million pounds of e-Waste per year.

For more information on this e-Waste event, please contact Barrett White with Magnolia Data Solutions at (601) 919-0062, ext. 102 or email Barrett@MagnoliaDataSolutions.com or contact Jeannine May with Keep The Rez Beautiful at 601-421 – 6160 or email jeannine.b.may@gmail.com