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! ! 7 ;-- ~'~ ". . . The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 16, 2015Page 7 Legal NotiCes may do so if you desire. WILI(]NSON COUNTY, MlSSlSSlP~ Issued under my hand and seal YOUTH COURT DIVISION of said Court, this the 23rdday of IN THE INTEREST OF March, 2015. ROSE HARRIS, A CHILD Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. CAUSE NO. 2003-11 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF by M L Powell DC IDA M. DOUGLAS, PETITIONER WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Thomas C. Tolliver, SUMMONS BY PU BLICATION ESTATE OF Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI JOHN HENRY BOATNER, JR. 4/2, 4/9, 4/16, 4/23/15TO: FRANCIS CORRINE HAR- CAUSE NO. 2014-124 RIS, the natural mother and the SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND unknown natural father of said minor THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI child whose last known addresses COUNTY OF WILKINSON RE" PETITION OF THRESH-and whereabouts are unknown to TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT OLD DEVELOPMENT COMPANYthe Petitioner after diligent search LAW OF JOHN HENRY BOATNER,FOR AN EXTENSION OF INAC- and inquiry. JR and any and all other persons TIVE WELL STATUS UNDER You have been made Defen- having or claiming any rights, title STATEWlDE RULE 28 FOR Adants in the suit filed in this Court by or interest, legal or equitable in the CERTAIN WELL LOCATED INIDA M. DOUGLAS, Petitioner seek- estate of JOHN HENRY BOATNER, MILLBROOK FIELD, WILKINSON ing custody of your daughter, ROSE JR. COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, AND FOR HARRIS. Defendants other than you You have been made a Defen- RELATED RELIEF in this action are BESSIE HARRIS. dant in the suit filed in this Court to DOCKET NO. 163-2015-D Yo6 are summoned to appear Adjudicate the Heirs of John Henry PUBLIC NOTICE and defend against the complaint Beatner, Jr. You are summoned to TO: ALL OWNERS AND PER-or petition filed against you in this appear and defend against the corn- SONS INTERESTED IN MILL- action at 9 o'clock A.M. on the 26th plaint or petition filed against you in BROOK FIELD, IN WILKINSON day of May, 2015 in the courtroom this action at 9:30 o'clock a.m. on the COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI of the Wilkinson County Chancery 20TH day of May, 2015 in the court- TAKE NOTICE that THRESH- Court in Woodville, Mississippi and room of the Wilkinson County Court- OLD DEVELOPMENT COMPANYin case of your failure to appear and house at Wocdville, Mississippi, and ('qhreshold") has filed a Petition defend, a judgment will be entered in case of your failure to appear and with the Mississippi State Oil and against you for the money or other defend a judgment will be entered Gas Board requesting that the Board things demanded in the complaint against you for the money or other grant an extension of the inactive or petition. things demanded in the complaint well status under Rule 28.2.a for You are not required to file an or petition, a certain well listed on Exhibit "1" answer or other pleading but you You are not required to file an hereto, may do so if you desire. answer or other pleading but you TAKE NOTICE that the above Issued under my hand and the may do so if you desire, and foregoing matter will be heard at seal of said Court, this 2nd day of Issued under my hand and the the regular May 2015 meeting to be May, 2015. seal of said Court, this 19 day of held at10:00 o'clock a.m. onMay27, /s/ Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr March, 2015. 2015, 500 Greymont Avenue, Suite By: A. Sanders, DC THOMAS C. TOLLIVER, JR. E, Jackson, Mississippi, 39202, at Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. CHANCERY CLERK which time and place all interested CHANCERY CLERK WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI parties may appear and contest said Wilkinson County, Mississippi BY: A. Sanders D.C. matter. (SEAL) 3/26/4w If you intend to contest the dock- 4/16/, 4/23 4/30 et or request a continuance, you IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF must notify the Board and Petition- IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI er's representative of your intention WILKINSON COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE in writing not later than 5:00 o'clock IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE DETERMINATIONOFTHE p.m. on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, OF ERNESTCELESTAND, JR HEIRS-AT-LAW OF JAMES (seven (7) days prior to the date DECEASED HAROLD FRY, DECEASED stated above for the hearing). Failure Cause No. 2015-061 CAUSE NO. 2015-078 to so notify the Board and Petitioner NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION shall be a waiver of your right to con- Letters of Administration having THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI test or request continuance, been granted on the 7th day of TO" THE UNKNOWN HEIRS- You are advised that the Board April, 2015, by the Chancery Court AT-LAW OF JAMES HAROLD FRY, may adopt orders concerning a peti- of Wilkinson County, Mississippi to DECEASED tion which may differ from the re- the undersigned Administrator of the You have been made a Defen- lief requested by Petitioner, and the Estate of Ernest Celestand, Jr de- dant in the suit filed in this Court by Board will enter such order or orders ceased, notice is hereby given to Daisy Williams Fry, Petitioner, seek- as in its judgment may be appropri- all persons having claims against ing a determination of heirs-at-law of ate in accordance with the evidence said estate to present the same to James Harold Fry, deceased, presented, the Clerk of this Court for probate You are summoned to appearSTATE OIL AND GAS BOARDand registration according to the law and defend against the Complaint OF MISSISSIPPI within ninety (90) days from the first or Petition filed against you in this By:. publication of this notice or they will action at 9:00 a.m. on the 6th day Lisa A. Ivshin be forever barred. of May, 2015, before Honorable E. State Oil and Gas Board Supervisor This the 7 day of April, 2015. Vincent Davis in the courtroom of the ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER: /s/John Celestand Wilkinson County Chancery Court at Glenn Gates Taylor (MBN 7453) JOHN CELESTAND Woodville, Mississippi, and in case C. Glen Bush (MBN 7589)Administrator of the Estate of of your failure to appear and defend, John H. Geary, Jr. (MBN 101540) Ernest Celestand, Jr Deceased a judgment will be entered against COPELAND, COOK, TAYLOR & 4/16, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7 you for the relief demanded in the BUSH, P.A. Complaint or Petition filed herein. 600 Concourse, Suite 100 BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND You are not required to file an 1076 Highland Colony Parkway GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI answer or other pleading, but you P.O. Box 6020 DOCKET NO. 142-2015-D may do so if you desire. Ridgeland, Mississippi 39158 IN RE: PETITION OF GEORGE ISSUED UNDER MY HAND 601-856-7200 TARVEROPERATINGCO LLC, FOR AND SEAL OF.SAID COURT, this 601-856-7626 (fax) EXTENSION OF INACTNEWELL 27th day of March, 2015. EXHIBIT "1" STATUS FOR THE BRANDON NO. THOMAS C. TOLLIVER, JR Millbrook Field 1 WELL, POND RELD,W]LKINSON CLERK OF THE Docket No. 163-2015-D COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. CHANCERY COURT OF Wilkinson County, Mississippi PUBLIC NOTICE WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Well Name Millbrook API No. TO ALL OWNERS AND PER- Mattie L. Powell, D.C. 23-157-21990; Well Number 1; Sec- SONS INTERESTED IN THE FOL- 4/2/3w tion 53; ~ 2N; Ran aDg~ 3W LOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI IN THE MATTER OF THE DETERMINATION OF THE HEIRS- AT-LAW OF ROGER BRANDON FRY, DECEASED CAUSE NO. 2015-079 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS-AT-LAW OF ROGER BRANDON FRY, DECEASED You have been made a Defen- dant in the suit filed in this Court by Daisy Williams Fry, Petitioner, seek- ing a determination of heirs-at-law of Roger Brandon Fry, deceased. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Complaint or Petition filed against you in this action at 9:00 a.m. on the 6th day of May, 2015, before Honorable E. Vincent Davis in the courtroom of the Wilkinson County Chancery Court at Woodville, Mississippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend, a judgment will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint or Petition filed herein. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading, but you may do so if you desire. ISSUED UNDER MY HAND AND SEAL OF SAID COURT, this 27th day of March, 2015. THOMAS C. TOLLIVER, JR CLERK OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Mattie L. Powell, D.C. 4/2/3w IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI IN RE: ROSE HERBERT FOUNTAIN, DECEASED CAUSE NO.: 2014-206 SUMMONS STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: The Heirs at Law of Rose Herbert Fountain You have been made a Defen- dant in the suit filed in this Court by Willie T. Fountain, Berman Herbert, Quenton Fountain, Vida Fountain, Thomas Fountain, Martha Fountain and Timothy Fountain seeking the adjudication of the heirship of Rose Herbert Fountain, Deceased. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Petition To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of Rose Herbert Fountain, filed against you in this action at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on the 20th day of May, 2015 in the courtroom of the Wilkinson County Courthouse at Woodville, Mississip- pi, and in case of your failure to ap- pear and defend, a Judgment will be entered against you for the money and other things demanded in the Petition To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of Rose Herbert Fountain. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading, but you may do so if you desire. Issued under my hand and seal of said Court, this the 18th day of March, 2015. /s/Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. by M L Powell DC Thomas C. Tolliver, Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk 4/2, 4/9/, 4/16, 4/23/15 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF WILLIAM PRENTISS TOLLIVER, DECEASED CAUSE NO.: 2015-003 SUMMONS STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: The Heirs at Law of William Prentiss Tolliver You have been made a Defen- dant in the suit filed in this Court by Sharon Tolliver and Marvin Toll- iver, seeking the adjudication of the heirship of William Prentiss Tolliver, Deceased. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Petition To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of William Prentiss Tolliver, filed against you in this action at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on the 6th day of May, 2015, in the courtroom of the Wilkinson County Courthouse at Woodville, Mississip- pi, and in case of your failure to ap- pear and defend, a Judgment will be entered against you for the money and other things demanded in the Petition To Adiudicate Heirs At Law Of William Prentiss Tolliver. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading, but you -- END OF EXHIBIT -- WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI: 4/16/lw Brandon No. 1 Well, Section 14, Township 1 North, Range 4 BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND West, Pond Field, Wilkinson GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI County, Mississippi. RE: PETITION OF BLACK Take notice that GEORGE JACK OIL COMPANY, INC. FORTARVER OPERATING CO LLC, AN EXTENSION OF INACTIVE has filed a Petition with the State Oil WELL STATUS UNDER STATE- and Gas Board of Mississippi under WIDE RULE 28 FOR A CERTAINDocket No. 142-2015-D requesting WELL LOCATED IN NEWTONIA an extension of inactive well status FIELD, WILKINSON COUNTY, MIS- for the Brandon No. 1 Well located SISSIPPI in Section 14, Township 1 North, DOCKET NO. 168-2015-D Range 4 West, Pond Field, Wilkin- PUBLIC NOTICE son County, Mississippi. TO: ALL OWNERS AND PER- The Petition will be bea~ by. the=. SONS INTERESTED IN NEWTONIA Board at 10:00 A.M on the 27th day FIELD, WILKINSON COUNTY, MIS- of May, 2015, in the Heanng Room SISSIPPI of the Mississippi State Oil and Gas TAKE NOTICE that BLACK Board, 500 Greymont Avenue, Suite JACK OIL COMPANY, INC. ("Black E, Jackson, Mississippi, at which Jack") has filed a Petition with the time and place you may appear and Mississippi State Oil and Gas Board contest said matter. The Petition in in the above referenced docket re- said matter is on file in said office for questing that the Board grant the fol- your inspection. lowing relief: An extension of the in- If you intend to contest the active well status under Rule 28.2.a docket or request a continuance, for a certain well listed on Exhibit you must notify the Board and the "1" hereto. Petitioner's representative of your TAKE NOTICE that the aboveintention in writing not later than 5:00 and foregoing matter will. be heard o'clock P.M on Tuesday, May 19, at the regular May 2015 meeting of 2015, seven (7) days prior to the the Board to be held at 10:00 a.m. date stated above for the heanng. on May 27, 2015 at 500 Greymont Failure to so notify the Board and Avenue, Suite E, Jackson, Missis- the Petitioner shall be a waiver of sippi, 39202, at which time and place your right to contest or request a all interested parties may appear and continuance. contest said matter. You are advised the Board may If you intend to contest the dock- adopt Orders concerning a Petition et or request a continuance, you which may differ from the relief re- must notify the Board and Petition- quested by the Petitioner, and the er's representative of your intention Board will enter such Order or Or- in writing not later than 5:00 o'clock ders as, in its judgment, may be p.m. on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 appropriate in accordance with the (seven (7) days prior to the date evidence presented. stated above for the hearing). Failure Signed this the 2nd day of April, to so notify the Board and Petitioner 2015. shall be a waiver of your right to con- MISSISSIPPI STATE test or request continuance. OIL & GAS BOARD You are advised that the Board BY: s/Lisa A. Ivshin may adopt orders concerning a peti- LISA A. IVSHIN, tion which may differ from the re- STATE OIL & GAS SUPERVISOR lief requested by Petitioner, and the OF COUNSEL: Board will enter such order or orders MARION SMITH-MSB #7628 as in its judgment may be appropri- TRULY, SMITH & LATHAM, P.L.LC. ate in accordance with the evidence P.O. BOX 1307 presented. NATCHEZ, MS 39121 STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD (601) 442-6495 OF MISSISSIPPI 4/16/lw By: LISA A. IVSHIN State Oil and Gas Board Supervisor ATI'ORNEYS FOR PETITIONERS: Glenn Gates Taylor (MBN 7453) C. Glen Bush (MBN 7589) John H. Geary, Jr. (MBN 101540) COPELAND, COOK, TAYLOR & BUSH, P.A. 600 Concourse, Suite 100 1076 Highland Colony Parkway P. O. Box 6020 Ridgeland, Mississippi 39158 601-856-7200 EXHIBIT "1" Newtonia Field Docket No. 168-2015-D Wilkinson County, Well Name Coon Heirs 27-1.5 API No. 2315721426; Well Num- ber 1; Section 27; ~ 2N; Range 1W -- END OF EXHIBIT -- 4/16/lw IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY STATE OF MISSISSIPPI IN RE:'ESTATE OF BEN JOSEPH GRIFFIN, DECEASED NO. 2015-086 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Ben Joseph Griffin, De- ceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the 7th day of April, 2015, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby noti- fied to present the same to the Chan- cery Clerk of the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County for probate and registration according to law within ninety (90) days from the first pub- lication of this notice or they will forever be barred. Dated this the 7th day of April, 2015. Mary Ann "Molly" Griffin, Executrix Attorney for Estate: Gene Home 222 E. Main Street P. O. Box 100 Centreville, MS 39631 4/16/3w IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF ClNDA LORETTA STANWOOD, DECEASED CAUSE NO.: 2015-099 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Cinda Loretta Stanwood, Deceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 10 day of April, 2015, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby no- tified to have the same probated, registered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days from the date of first publication hereof or the same will be forever barred. This the 10 day of April, 2015. /s/Sarah A. Stanwood SARAH A. STANWOOD, Co-Administratrix of the Estate of Cinda Loretta Stanwood, Deceased /s/Audrey Lee Veals AUDREY LEE VEALS, Co-Administratrix of the Estate of Cinda Loretta Stanwood, Deceased 4/16/4w INVITATION FOR BIDS FOREST PRODUCTS FOR SALE WILKINSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the Wilkinson County School District, up to and no later than 5:00 p.m May 13, 2015 for the right to cut and remove all timber, standing or down, marked or designated for that purpose on Section 22, Township 1 N, Range 3 W, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Bids will be on a per ton basis for the following products: pine pulpwood, hardwood pulpwood, and pine chip-n-saw. Before bids are submitted, full in- formation concerning the material for sale, conditions of sale and submis- sion of bids should be obtained from the Mississippi Forestry Commission Office, Natchez, Mississippi, phone number 601-442-0472. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. 416, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7/2015 Woodville To Apply For Funding (cont,n o,romP,ge,) City Clerk McCurley re- ed unanimously to approve to the ordinance which will ported that she had sent two sending WPD Officer Karen allow the change in sign be- letters to Turner -- one by Brown to the Law Enforce- cause the new sign is a good regular mail and the other by ment Training Academy inbit smaller than the current registered mail informing June. one. him of the board's decision to Jim Derbes, chairman of On motion by Anthony and allow him to pay the money the Town of Wood~ille Zon- second by Carter, the board owed at a rate of $250hnonth ing Commission and Preser- voted 4-0 to approve the until paid in full. As of the vation Commission, gave his amendment to the zoning or- April 7 meeting the town has monthly report to the board, dinance as presented. received no response from the '%Ve are still learning like In final action Mr. Derbes former policeman, we are on a shakedown cruise asked if the town could hold When Board Attorney Amy with the startup of these two an annual awards ceremony Ryan was asked what the committees" Derbes said.to commend owners of prop- town could do she reported "Some people have accepted erty for work done through that the town could take the the zoning and preserva-the permit process for reno- matter to court at which time tion ordinances, while others vations, new construction, they would file for a judge- are strongly against this big e~. for the previous year. The ment against Turner. "Atchange in the way things are award winners will be select- that point we can register the now being done. I have been ed by the preservation/zoning judgement and seek to gar- beth rebuked and chastised committee. nish his wages to re-coup the for what we are attempting Wilkinson County Chris- money he owes the town."to do, but we are only follow- tian Academy's request for On motion by Alderman ing the ordinances set by the the Town of Woodville to pur- Russell Fry and a second by Town of Woodville." chase a full page ad in the Alderman Earl Dean An- At the meeting Mr. Derbes school yearbook was approved thony, the board voted 4-0 to presented the beard with a by 4-0 vote. proceed with a suit against list ofitems as follows:A 3-1 vote will keep the Turner. List of proposed permit collection of mobile home Mayor Gary D'Aquilla com- fees. property taxes in the hands plimented City Clerk Cathy Requested that the state- of the Wilkinson County Tax McCurley and the entire staff ment"All application fees are Assessor. Alderman Lofton at theWoodville Town Hall for non-refundable" be listed on voted against the motion stat- having everything together all permit applications,ing that '%ve should do this for the recent annual audit of * Hire John R. '~Rusty" in house and not rely on the the city's fmanees. Lewis of Natchez to serve as county to do it? "Because you were so well the town's zoning commis- City Clerk McCurley said prepared, the audit was less sion administrator through that her office was not set up expensive this year; said the end of 2015. "It is time to to collect mobile home taxes. Mayor D'Aquilla. re-hire him after his initial "It would be very time con- The mayor continued, "I three-month term in this po- suming, and we would have want the board and public sition. He is to be hired for the to make a lot of changes to to know that the Town ofnext nine months at a cost of our computer system and Woodville's water system has $500/month. print the cards. We are saving been assigned a level 5.0 rat- On motion by Fry and a see- money by paying the county int. That's the highest rating ond by Carter, the board voted to collect the taxes on mobile a town can receive on their 4-0 to approve the changes as homes located in the city lim- water system. I want to com- presented, its of Woedville," McCurley mend Trell on the hard work Mr. Derbes reported thatcommented. he has put in to get us to this an apphcation from Bob and The mayor and board dis- point." Raven Lewis requesting acussed at length the current Alderman Gene Lofton change in zoning on a parcel health insurance offered to asked Street Supe~rintendent of property between College town employees. Donald Carter to get to work and Moore Streets was again "The town pays 75% of the on a problem with a ditch on the Zoning Committee's employee health insurance, along the Ford's CreekRoad. agenda, and also 75% of the spouse "We will get to this once it '~hey submitted an ap- and/or family members on dries up a little," said Carter. plication, and we set a hear- five employees' health insur- Lofl~n then commended ing date; said Derbes. "But, ance policies," said City Clerk Carter and his easy for doing before this hearing could be McCurley. "This is an extra a very good job in clearing and held, the Lewises pulled their benefit being given to these cleaning up a ditch between application. Now, they have five employees at a cost of First South and Second South re-submitted it for consider- about $26,000 a year." Streets. ation. The hearing is set for Alderman Lefton made a WPD Chief Jessie W. Stew- Tuesday, April 14, at 5:30 p.m. motion that the town pay 75% art reported that his depart- at the Woodville Municipal of employee health insurance ment was proceeding with the Building. Once the decision benefits only, and give em- sale of surplus and confiscat- is made on their application, ployees three months to find ed weapons in the custody of if the applicants are not sat- alternative coverages for the his department, isfied with our decision, they rest of the family. I ~iton's mo- Attorney Ryan said, %Ve have the right to appeal our tion died for lack of a second. just received a complete list decision to the Board of Alder- Alderman Loi~on then of the guns that will be of- men which has the final say made a motion that the board fered for sale at an upcoming so in the matter." table the matter for 30 days, auction: This will complete Derbes continued, '%Ve are and to put the matter on the the pap~cwork needed to sell having a problem with a lack agenda for the May meeting. g$~.F ~ - of attendance a~our commit- The monthly activi~ .re- Alderman Loiton told Chief tee meetings. Members need port for March, 2015, was Stewart, "I have received to be present and support the received from the Woodville numerous complaints fromzoning process. They have to Police Department as follows: residents who are experienc- get with the program for us to citati~ Filed ing problems with loud mu- be effective." Disturbing the ~1 sic, four wheelers driving on Mr. Derbes also reportedDischarge Firearm~2 No Child Restraint ~ 1 town streets, golf carts driving that the replacement of a sign No Drivers License~2 around town and people dis- on the front of Treppendahrs Seat belt Violation regarding stop signs. It's not Super Foods at the intersec- Suspended License ~l just one or two people, it'salot tion of Hwys. 61 & 24, was in MarchFi, esTotal~00 of residents with complaints." the hands of the committee. March Delinqu~t Chief Stewart replied, "I "As the current zoning or- The next regular meeting will see what I can do about dmance is written, we cannot of the Woodville Mayor and these complaints? approve the sign change ap- Board of Aldermen will be On motion by Alderman plication," reported Derbes. held at the Woodville Munici- Will Carter and a second by The committee is requesting pal Building on Tuesday, May Alderman Fry, the board vot- that an amendment be made 5, beginning at 5 p.m. Board Member Miffede (Continuedf omVage 1) "We also have cheer- bers and students on this lowing matters: leader squads for the teams matter. What is decided Accept the donation of which will involve local kids today will be a part of the 42 folding chairs valued at too," she added, student handbook for the $803.47. The donation was Dillon continued, "We coming year. This will be a made by the WCHS Class get lots of support from the decision made by the school of 2015. New Orleans Saints foot- board and not byme." For mandatory Well- ball organization. Teams After hearing presenta-ness and Crisis Manage- and cheerleaders get to go tions by the two uniform ment plans for each school to Saints football games company representatives, and for the school district. and camps." the board announced that * Approve FY 2015-2016 Dilliofi said that the eom- the shirt colors by schools calendars for the school dis- party is fully insured and will be as follows: trict and central office will make sure that the WCHS -- White shirts To allow summer hours school district is protected with green logo of 7:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. for under their policy. WWMS -- Orange Monday through Thursday Supt. Scott commented, shirts with green logo for the central office staff "This is a great opportunity Elementary Schools --from June 1 to July 31. for the younger students Green shirts with orange * To make up for a school to play football and to be logo. day missed on March 2, cheerleaders. But, this is The board stressed that2015, due to snow. The not a WCSD football team the correct school logo must make up day will be Tues- or program. This is an in- be used on all uniforms, day, May 26. dependent league that will Board members Spiller Authorize the school be using our facility, but we and Smallwood expresseddistrict to apply for IDEA don't have anything to do their concerns of students and ESY binding. with this activity or organi- being allowedto wear Approve the new state zation, hoods, issued pay scale for teach- On motion by Spiller and "This sends the wrong ere which includes a $1,000 a second by Smallwood, the message," said the two pay increase. board approved the pro- board members. Approve request of two gram with a 5-0 vote pend- Supt. Scott responded, students for transfer from ing approval of the board "The students will not be Wilkinson County toAdams attorney. Attorney Michael allowed to wear these hoods County School District due Winfield was absent from inside the school buildings, to the 30-mile travel man- the meeting. I think they should be al- date. Representatives of two lowed to wear hoods, espe- The board went into ex- private companies were cially for cold weather, ecutive session to discuss present at the meeting to WCHS Principal Ougrett personnel matters and to display sample styles of Brumfield and WWMS discuss a number of the uniform shirts, sweatshirts Principal Melvin Cralgesuperintendent's recom- and jackets for board in- voiced their support for al- mendations for hire for the spection. Some of the sam- lowing the wearing of hoods 2015-2016 school year. ple sweatshirts and jackets by students. After returning to open featured hoods. Board member Boyd session the board voted Supt. Scott announced made a motion to adopt the unanimously to approve all at their board's March new school uniform policy of the superintendent'srec- meeting that he would be with the proper logo and to ommendation for hire and recommending new uni- allow the wearing of hoods, to approve three employee form shirts and jackets for The motion was passed with requests for medical leave. students to wear at WCSD a 3-2 vote with Spiller and The next regular meet- schools. Smallwood voting against ing of the Wilkinson County Supt. Scott said, "I have the matter. Board of Education will be consulted with the school The board voted unani- held on Wednesday, June administrators, PTA mem- mously to approve the fol- 10, at 5 p.m.