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Page 8B D The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 27, 2014 Minutes Of The Wilkinson County Board Of Education... (Continued from Page 7B) Billy Spiller to reject the letter of resignation from Tangie Short as a teach- er at Wilkinson County Elementary School, effective December 31, 2013. Said motion was seconded by Fannie Bateaste and carried unanimously. Superintendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment for the remainder of the 2013-2014 school year: Joyce Veal -- Substitute Teacher -- Retroactive to August 14, 2013; Lizianna Toy -- Substitute Teacher -- Retroactive to August 14, 2013; Markeitha Tickles-- Sped Assistant -- Retroactive to January 7, 2014 Frank James--Custodian -- Finch Elementary School. A motion was made by 2014 school year. Said vide the services that Office vote, the Board came out of Billy Spiller to approve Billy Spiller to approve motion was seconded by Automation Centerprovides. Executive Session. the recommendations for the recommendations for FannieBateasteandcarried Superintendent Scott stated On motion by Linda employment for the 2013- employment for the 2013- unanimously, that there are not any corn- Boyd, seconded by Fannie 2014 school year. Said 2014 school year. Said Board Member Johnny panies inthearea. Bateaste, and carried by motion was seconded by motion was seconded by Smallwood stated that he Board Member Johnny unanimous vote, the follow- Fannie Bateaste and carried Fannie Bateaste and carried was concerned about the Smallwood stated that the ing medical leave requests unanimously. unanimously, safety of district employ- Board discussed adopting were approved: On motion by Billy On the recommen- ees and the amount of a drug policy for student Freddie Byrd -- effec- Spiller, seconded by Fannie dation of Charles E. Workers' Compensation athletes. He stated that tive January 6, 2014 thru Bateaste, and carried by Johnson, Principal of claims in the District. He the Board had discussed January 31, 2014; unanimous vote, the meet- Finch Elementary School, also asked if the cafeteria it in the past but never Monica Earls- effective ing adjourned. Superintendent Scott rec- workers wear trend safe revisited the discussion. September 11, 2013 thru CharlieFloyd, ommended the following shoes. Superintendent Scott Superintendent Scott stat- January31,2014. President individuals for employ- stated yes. He continued to ed that an outside agency On the recommenda- Wilkinson County Board ment: reiterate that the Employee can perform the drug test; tion of Eddwin Smith, of Education Valliery Hunt -- PT Handbooks wereupdatedin however, the District will Principal of Wilkinson Paraprofessional -- pending order to reflect the dress need a policy first. County Elementary School, Linda Boyd, certification; code requirementsthrough- On motion by Linda Superintendent Scottrecom- Secretary Raven Hargrave -- PT out the District. A brief dis- Boyd, seconded by Fannie mended Miranda Johnson Wilkinson County Paraprofessional- pending cuss|on followed. Bateaste, and carried by for employment retroactive Board of Education certification.. Board Member unanimous vote, the Board to January 6, 2014, pending A motion was made by Johnny Smallwood asked went into Executive Session. certification, as a teacher for Timothy T. Scott, Billy Spiller to approve Superintendent Scott if he On motionbyLindaBoyd, the remainder of the 2013- Superintendent the recommendations for had an update on other seconded byFannieBateaste, 2014 school year. WilldnsonCounty employment for the 2013- companies that can pro- and carried by unanimous A motion was made by Board of Education,  Minutes Of The Woodville Mayor And Board Of Aldermen SPECIAL MEETING FEBRUARY, 2014 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TOWN OF WOODVILLE ORDER WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen and the Mayor of the Town of Woodville met in their Special Meeting, as the Regular Meeting did not have a quorum, at 5:00 o'clock P.M., Tuesday, February 11, 2014, which meeting was held at the Woodville Municipal Building located at 131 Courthouse Street, pursuant to legal notice attached as Exhibit "A" here- to; and, WHEREAS, there were present at said meet- ing Mayor Gary D'Aquilla, Alderman Gene Lofton, Alderman Russell Fry and Alderman William Carter with Alderman Earl Dean Anthony being absent and, WHEREAS, said meeting was opened with prayer; and, WHEREAS, the min- utes of the January 7, 2014, Regular Meeting were pre- sented for approval; and, IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Lofton, seconded by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously, that the minutes of the January 7, 2014, Regular Meeting be approved. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, each of the department heads of the Town of Woodville presented oral reports to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, namely Chief Stewart-Woodville Police Department; Bryant Longs- Water Department; and Fire Chief-Mary Frederick. Donald Carter-Street Dept, Nolan Thompson-Utility Dept., Historic Preservation Committee, and Sammy Cotton-Cemetery were absent. WHEREAS, following the recommendations of the Superintendents, on motion of Alderman Carter, second- ed by Alderman Fry, and passed unanimously, the fol- lowing reports were issued by the various department heads and approved, to-wit: 1. Police Department. Jessie Stewart appeared on behalf of the police depart- ment. Old fine collections for the month of January were presented. The Department was commended on their response in the bad weather. 2. Water Superintendent Longs reviewed the monthly report with the Board of Aldermen. Crews were commended on their response in the bad weather. No action required. 3. Utilities Superintendent Thompson advised the beard of department issues. No action required. Crews were commended on their response in the bad weather. 4. Streets/Sewer Superintendent Carter advised the board of depart- ment issues. No action required. Crews were com- mended on their response in the bad weather. 5. Fire Department. Chief Frederick advised the Board of the department issues. No action required. 6. Cemetery: No report 7. Historic Preservation Committee: No report. SO ORDERED, February 11 2014. WHEREAS, various bills were presented to the Board of Aldermen at its February 11, 2014 special meeting to be approved for payment; and, WHEREAS, the bills pre- sented were reviewed by the Board of Aldermen. WHEREAS, Alderman Loffon made a motion to pay the docket as presented. This motion was second- ed by Alderman Carter and passed unanimously. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that all of the bills presented to the Board at its February 11, 2014, Special Meeting, being Claim Nos. 31064 through 31206 be paid. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen desires that both its own members and all town officers and employees be kept apprised of impor- tant developments related to their work; and, WHEREAS, there are various meetings and train- ing sessions which the Mayor, Board of Aldermen and other town officers and employees should attend for the benefit of the Town. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Carter, second- ed by Alderman Fry and passed unanimously, that the following be authorized to travel to attend various meetings and programs as follows: NAME MEETING DATE JaNet Lee, APCO Annual Conference, Biloxi, MS, April 20-23, 2014; Parker Nettles, Law Enforcement Stds & Trng., Hattiesburg, MS, April 2014; Mayor D'Aquilla, MML Board Meeting, Jackson, MS, February 27, 2014. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville has been a participant in a DUI Enforcement Grant through the Mississippi Office of Highway Safety; and, WHEREAS, the partici- pation in said grant has not been productive for the Town of Woedville. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously that the Town of Woodville with- draw from this grant. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodville has been approached by Jacqueline Sneed regarding the pur- chase of the property and building known as "Johnson's Hamburger Stand" and, WHEREAS, Jacqueline Sneed has indicated and presented to the board her intended use for the prop- erty; and, WHEREAS, the real property at issue is no lon- ger needed for municipal or related purposes and is not to be used in the operation of the municipality; and, WHEREAS, the sale of such property in the manner otherwise provided by law is not necessary or desirable for the financial welfare of the municipality; and, WHEREAS, the use of such property for the purpose for which it is to be sold, will promote and foster the devel- opment and improvement of the community in which it is located and the civic, social, educational, cultural, moral, economic and industrial wel- fare thereof. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously that the property and build- ing known as "Johnson's Hamburger Stand," as delin- eated by survey, shall be sold to Jacqueline Sneed of Wilkinson County, MS, as authorized by 21-17-1(2)(b), Miss. Code Annotated. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, on the same motion and vote that Jacqueline Sneed shall be responsible for the cost of the survey of the property that is the subject of this agreement. The Town and Jacqueline Sneed shall share equally in the cost of the appraisals. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, The Town of Woodville advertised for bids for the serving of inmate meals for the Town; and, WHEREAS, two bids were received: Jennie V. Boyd bid $4.85 and L&M bid $4.99, said bids attached hereto. IT IS THEREFORE with the services of Silas Simmons in the past. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously that the accounting firm of Silas Simmons is hereby hired for performance of the annual audit of the Town of Woodville. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville has a loan outstanding to United Mississippi Bank in the amount of $75,656.77, said loan due and payable on March 1, 2014; and, WHEREAS, the funds are available to repay said loan nOW. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously that the UMB loan shall be repaid now instead of when due. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, it is Ordered, on Motion of Alderman Carter, second- ed by Alderman Fry, and passed unanimously, that the Special Meeting of the Boardof Aldermen of the ORDERED, on Motion of Town of Woodville be and is Alderman Lofton, second by Alderman Fry and approved unanimously that the low bid of Jennie V. Boyd be accept- ed. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. WHEREAS, the Town of hereby adjourned until the next Regular Meeting on Tuesday, March 4, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. at the Woodville Municipal Building. SO ORDERED, February 11, 2014. Gary D'Aquilla Woody|lie must undergo an audit on an annual basis; ATTEST: and, Cathy McCurley, WHEREAS, the Town of Clerk Woody|lie has been pleased 3/20/14 Mayor Minutes Of The Wilkinson County Board Of Supervisors Be it known and remem- bered that the Honorable Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, met on the third day of March at 9:30 a.m. There were present the following supervisors: Wil Seal, 1st District; Richard Hollins, 2nd District; Bill Bankston, President, 3rd District; Jennings Nettles, 5th District; and Kenyon Jackson, Vice President, 4th District. Also pres- ent were Bruce Lewis, Attorney, and Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr., Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. General County Fund: C Spire Wireless, -$40.09; Woodville Board of Library, $6,000.00; Wilkinson County Health Dept., $3,636.35; American Medical Response, $6,666.67; U. S. Postal Service, $400.00; Wilk. co. Dept. of Child Welfare, $100.00; Redd Pest Solutions, $130.30; MS Medical Examiner, $1,000.00; Southern Telecommunications, $2,985.14; Jeffery Harness, Attorney, $1,750.00; Amy Foster Ryan, $800.00; David S. Crawford, Attorney, $400.00; James Ray Reese, $140.00; Jessie W. Stewart, $105.00; The Woodville Republican, $540.50; MS Vital Records, $53.00; AT&T, $350.00; State Treasurer Fund 3601, $244.00; Redd Pest Solutions, $150.00; Telapak Internet, $48.00; Benecom Technologies, $652.94; Waste Management, $424.02; Ron Senko, $200.00; Dr. L. J. Owens, $200.00; Dr. David B. McGraw, $30.00; H. E. Home, Jr., $225.00; Netdoor, $220.00; Supreme Court of MS, $200.00; AT&T Communication System, $187.91; Adams Co. Juvenile Det., $2,200.00; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $1,708.99; Ramona Blackledge, $10.00; Cages Janitorial Service, $530.00; Angelina Anderson, $36.95; Quinette Anthony, $31.30; Fannie Mae Bateaste, $40.34; Tawanda Collins, $42.60; Desmond Dennis, $36.95; Milton Earls, Jr., $31.30; Teresa Gray, $45.99; Linda Green, $30.17; David Henry, $36.95; Kyle Logan, $21.13; John P1 Moore, $36.95; Mable Packnett, $26.78; Dashun Russ, $22.26; Norman Tison, $21.13; Darren Tolliver, Sr., $22.26; Diane Vaughn, $25.65; Bianca Walker, $38.08; April Whitehead, $34.69; Natalie VanNorman-Woodside, $38.08; Suzette G. McCarty, $21.13; Premise, Inc., $1,050.00; Avaya, Inc., $82.99; Pitney Bowes Global Finance, $720.00; Delta Computer Systems, $2,870.00; Metro Amb Service Rural, $1,802.00; AT&T Mobility, $48.56; Canon Solutions America, $52.83; Fred's Pharmacy, $60.12; Entergy, $7,119.84; Amanda B. Vanlandingham, $173.46; AT&T, $74.03; Applied Digital Solutions, $2,495.85; Holland & Rigby, $2,550.00; UMB, $707,520.13; Buffalo Services, Inc., $2,021.77; Central Office Supplies, $5,491.76; Centreville Motor Co., $7,482.01; Lawrence Printing Co., $1,147.90; Southern Systems & Service, $1,465.34; Office Automation Center, $214.00; Absolute, $260.22; Motorola, $5,362.25; Outdoor Power, $25.00; Canon Financial Services, $127.00; S/W MS EPA, $213.65; Town of Woodville, $4,562.72; S/W MS Mental Health Complex, $8,437.50; Travis Sharp, $817.80; Town of Centreville, $1,674.99; Town of Woodville, $348.76; Central Office Supplies, $1,498.08; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $40.00; Natchez Heating & Cooling, $1,254.43; Big M Supply Co., $521.18; Treppendahl's Super Foods, $159.92; Jennie Boyd, $3,731.00; Jeannette Lynn Delaney, $324.50; William Bankston, $169.50; Jennings Nettles, $169.50. Maintenance of Reappraisal Fund: Herring Appraisal, $4,429.70 Cothren Engineering, $2,025.00. Tire Waste Disposal Fund: Entergy, $8.28; Tri- State Consulting Service, $10,300.00; Town of Woody|lie, $65.61. TRIAD Fund: Central Office Supplies, $644.89. Tire Waster Disposal Fund: Entergy, $8.34; Town of Woodville, $65.61. Emergency 911 Fund: AT&T, $3,406.40. Volunteer Fire Dept. Fund: C Spire Wireless, $61.99; Entergy, $7.94; Buffalo Services, $1,175.65; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $196.88; Kay Radio & Electronics, $237.00; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $19.99; ComSouth, $150.00. District One Road Fund: Woody|lie Republican, $61.99; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $18.74; C Spire Wireless, $89.47; Town of Centreville, $347.51; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $366.38; Tires Truck Tires & More, $575.00; Buffalo Services, $29.95. District Two Road Fund: Kubota Leasing, $1,542.90; Buffalo Services, $89.85; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $71.99; C Spire Wireless, $104.18; Outdoor Power, $5.00; Sanders Repair Service, $543.63; Waters International Truck, $889.05; Buffalo Services, $4,338.70; Woody|lie Republican, $36.44. District Three Road: Raymond Bocking, $100.00; $1,295.73. $53,474.14. SW MS Community $962,956.37 Total All College Fund: S/W MS Invoices Community College, 03/20/14 , -'-- ConcordiaBank&Trust, | bs ripti ' $1,350.00; same, $1,304.95; SU C on i Town ofCentreville, $29.00; | Please send me a C Spire Wireless, $85.39; | I " one-year subscription to | Wilk. Farmers CoOp., [  The Woodvtlle Republican | $112.95; Buffalo Services, | $134.76; Jr.'s Auto Parts, |  [J Yes, I want to subscribe! I $133.13; Richland Equip. Co., $162.35; Entergy. | m=== | $18.95.  [ Renew my subscriptionl District Four Road | - . ' | Fund: Concordia Bank | | & Trust, $1,425.16; | Date: | UMB, $1,650.87; Puckett Machinery, $2,034.00; C | | Spire Wireless, $109.13; A | & K Railroad Materials, $831.74; Entergy, $17.72; | Waters International | Truck, $768.19; Kenyon Jackson, $747.50; Town of | Woodville, $30.95; D'Aquila | Oil Co. $510.00; Wilk. Farmers CoOp., $2,254.64. | District Five Road Fund: Concordia Bank & | Trust, $1,304.95; same, | $1,350.00; Dalton's Farm Supply, $16.85; Wilk. | Farmers CoOp., $8.99; C | Spire Wireless, $111.27; Centreville Motor Co., | $1,387..84; Customs Products Corp., $1,190.85. Solid Waste Department Fund: Southern Telecommunication, $33.43; Waste Management Of MS-McComb, $31,323.90; Delta Computer Systems, $100.00; U. S. Postal Service, $950.00. Court Assessment | Clearing Fund: Willie L. Thompson, $835.00; DPS | Fund #3747, $1,250.00; | State Treasurer-Dept. FI, $15,086.25. | School Fund Special: L W. Co. Bd. of National, % Name: Address: City: State: Zip: Phone: , ' Subscription Rates Are AS Follows: I I p$28 per year in Wilkinson County I I I ere in Mississippi The Woodville Republican P.O. Box 696 * Woodville, MS 39669 601-888-4293 EI m m mlm Imm m mlE m mm m m Elm lEE m