August 4, 2014
Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced today that the Mississippi Public Service Commission has reached a settlement of $3,500 with APA/Leads Services for alleged No-Call violations.
In complaints received by the Commission, the company was alleged to have made unauthorized telephone solicitations and failed to register with the PSC as a telephone solicitor. In addition to paying the fine, the company has agreed to register with the Commission.
Mississippians who wish to add their home telephone number to the No Call list should contact the Public Service Commission at 1-800-356-6428 or online at www.psc.state.ms.us/nocall
Graceland info :
Graceland Too Forever: A Celebration of Paul MacLeod will kick off in Holly
Springs in the early afternoon of Tuesday, August 12 with a private funeral, for family
and friends only. From 12 noon until 7 P.M., Graceland Too will reopen to the public for
house tours, which will be conducted by friends and family of Paul MacLeod. All house
tours will cost five dollars, as always. Merchandise and food vendors will be present
outside Graceland Too throughout the day.
At 8:00 P.M. a Paul MacLeod Celebration Event will occur at the Multi-Purpose
Building in Holly Springs. Many of Paul’s closest friends, family and Graceland Too
Lifetime members will share their memories and stories of Paul, accompanied by music,
videos, slide-shows and a special musical presentation by Annie Moffitt, a long-time
friend and associate of Paul MacLeod.
Graceland Too Forever: A Celebration of Paul MacLeod will end with Graceland
Too re-opening to visitors from 10 P.M. until 12 midnight (or later, if there is enough
demand). A candlelight vigil will occur at 10:30 P.M., led by Reverend Bruce McMillan,
of Christ Episcopal Church, Holly Springs. At 12 A.M. there will be a special midnight
showing of the “West of Elvis” documentary, one of the final documentaries on Paul
MacLeod made while he was still alive.
Collections will be taken up at every event on August 12th, and all proceeds will
go towards Paul MacLeod’s funeral and estate expenses. All cash, loose change,
checks, money orders, credit cards and debit cards will be accepted.
In other related news, the autopsy results for Paul MacLeod are still unavailable.
Paul MacLeod’s body has been cremated, and at this time his heirs plan to donate his
cremated remains to Graceland Too. We have also secured a burial plot in the historic
Hillcrest Cemetery, where a monument built to Paul MacLeod’s specifications will
eventually be erected.
A Grand Jury hearing concerning the shooting death of Dwight Taylor on July 15
is still scheduled for October 1, 2014.
Further information can be found on the official Graceland Too Facebook page
and our website, www.paulmacleod.org.