Kosciusko-Attala Development Corporation
KADC
101 North Natchez St.
Kosciusko, MS 39090
Phone: 662-289-2981
Email: info@kadcorp.org
Tobacco Superstore #41
218 Hwy 12 E
Kosciusko, MS 39090
Phone: 662-289-4744
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Nestled along the historic Natchez Trace Parkway in the heart of Mississippi, Attala County features many historic sites, picturesque communities, and people who exemplify the true essence of southern hospitality. 

 

Our community and business leaders welcome you to Attala County and stand ready to help you grow your business here in the fastest growing region of the United States, the southeast.  Fifty-five percent of the nation's population is located within an eight hour drive of Attala County. 

 

We have thriving businesses and industries, a business friendly community, and a variety of available industrial and commercial sites and buildings available.

    
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Featured Buildings and Sites
TPS McAdams Site
This newly available property was the future home of TPS McAdams, LLC, a power plant. Eighty percent complete, the project was aborted due to lack of need. Located off of Highway 14, this 219.5 acre property comes equipped with 6 water holding ponds, three natural gas lines, two 13 mile long intake/discharge pipeline to the Big Black River and a pumping station located at the Big Black River.

Kosciusko is located in central Mississippi approximately 21 miles east of Interstate 55. This industrial park is currently privately owned.
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The City of Kosciusko is named for the the great warrior and statesman Tadeusz Kosciuszko. Kosciusko is the only municipality in the United States named for this native of Poland. Kosciuszko served as a military engineer during the American Revolution and as an engineer in charge of fortifications he earned the rank of brigadier general bestowed upon him by Congress in 1783. Kosciuszko designed the fortifications at West Point. He was described by Thomas Jefferson as the " purest son of liberty "; and George Washington commented that " He served America with courage and distinction".