Unlicensed bidder loses Miss. jail project award

11/28/2012 | Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, Miss.), The

A man who was awarded a $100,000 contract to repair the roof of the jail in Hinds County, Miss., will not be able to do the work. State law requires a license for contractors on projects worth $50,000 or more, according to this article. An official said the county plans to require bidders on future projects to provide proof of a license and performance bond, which it didn't do for the jail roof project.

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