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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 19, 2018 Page 7 Board Of Education Minutes ( oo.o. om +o , IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF WILLIE H. BELL CAUSE NO. 2018-036 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Willie H. Bell, Deceased, having been granted and issued to the under- signed by the Chancery Court of Wilkin- son County, Mississippi on the 9th day of 2018, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified to have the same probated, registered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days from the date of first pub- lication hereof or the same will be forever barred. This the 9th day of ~, 2018. / s/Gloria Bell GLORIA BELL, Administratrix Cure Testamento Annexo Document prepared by: David N. Wilkerson for David S. Crawford WILKERSON & CRAWFORD, LL.P. 3/29/18. 4/5/18.4/12/18. 4/19/18 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF CHARLES STEPHEN SEAL, DECEASED CAUSE NUMBER: 2018-034 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Charles Stephen Seal, Deceased, hav- ing been granted and issued 1o the under- signed by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 6t. hh day of March, 2018, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified 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 6th day of March, 2018. Is~ Charles Stephen Seal, Jr. Chafias Stephen Seal, Jr. Is/William Matthews Seal William Matthews Seal Document prepared by: /s/David S. Crawford David S. Crawford WILKERSON & CRAWFORD, LLP. 3/29/18, 4/5/18, 4/12/18. 4/19/18 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF JOHNNIE LEE WOODFORK, DECEASED CAUSE NUMBER: 2018-0~ NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Johnnie Lee Woodfork, Deceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson Coun- ty, Mississippi on the 23rd day of March, 2018, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified 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 23rd day of March 2018. /s/Raymond C. Woodfork, Jr. Raymond C. Woodfork, Jr Executor Document prepared by: /s/Day d S. Crawford David S. Crawford WlLKERSON & CP.AWr-ORD, LL P. 3/29/18. 4/5/18. 4/12/18, 4/19/18 OFFICE OF STATE AID ROAD CONSIRUCl ~ MI~ D~o~OF "libATION AND WI.K]NSON COUNTY BOARDOFSU~ SECTION 900 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Sealed bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi at the Wilkinson County Courthouse, Woodville, Mississippi, until 10:00 A.M. on the 21st day of May, 2018 and shortly there- after publicly opened for the Construction of 0.057 Miles of DRAINAGE REPAIRS on the SMITH ROAD being known as Project No. ER-0155(4)B in Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi. PRINCIPAL ITEMS OF WORK ARE APPROXIMATELY AS FOLLOWS: ITEM, QUANTITY, UNIT; ROADWAY ITEMS: MOBILIZATION, LUMP SUM, LS; CLEARING AND GRUBBING, LUMP SUM, LS ; REMOVAL OF PIPE, 25.000, LF; UNCLASSIFIED EXCAVATION (FM), 1,500.000, CY; BORROW EXCAVATION (F.M.E.) (CONTRACTOR FURNISHED) (CLASS 9), 179.000, CY; STRUCTURE EXCAVATION, 133.000, CY; GRANULAR MATERIAL (LVM), (CLASS 4, GROUP B), 60.000, CY; CRUSHED STONE, 8.000, TON; 18" ALUMINUM COATED CORRUGAT: ED METAL PIPE, 12 GAGE, 2-2/3"Xl/2" CORRUGATION, 17.500, LF; 24" ALUMINUM COATED CORRUGAT- ED METAL PIPE, 12 GAGE, 2-2/3"X1/2" CORRUGATION, 150.000, LF; 72" ALUMINUM COATED CORRUGAT- ED METAL PIPE, 12 GAGE, 3"X1" COR- RUGATION, 6.000, LF; 24" BRANCH CONNECTION ALUMI- NUM COATED CORRUGATED METAL, 15X18X24, TEE, 12 GAGE, 1.000, EA; RIGHT-OF-WAY MARKERS (TYPE I), 4.000, EA; MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC, LUMP SUM, LS; ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION SIGNS, 0.050, SF. EROSION CONTROL ITEMS: COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER (13-13-13), 0.700, TON; AMMONIUM NITRATE, 0.400, TON; SEEDING, 0.700, AC; VEGETATIVE MATERIALS FOR MULCH, 1.400, TON; SOLID SODDING, 100.000, SY; TEMPORARY SILT FENCE (TYPE I OR II) (AdS .15-.84), 360.000, LF; LOOSE RIPRAP, 200 LB 64.000, TON; LOOSE RIPRAP, 300 LB 118.000, TON; GEOTEXTILE UNDER RIPRAP, TYPE V, AdS .21-.43, 296.000, SY; WATTLES 20", 20.000, LF. CONTRACT TIME: 60 Working Days. BASIS OF AWARD The award, if made, will be made to the lowest qualified bidder on the basis of pub- lished quantities. The attention of the BIDDER is directed to the State and Federal laws governing selection of and employment of labor. MINIMUM WAGE RATES for this project have been predetermined by the Secretary of the Department of Labor in accordance with the requirements of Federal regulations governing the expenditure of FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY FUNDS and are set out in the labor regulations contained in the proposal. The Board of Supervisors hereby noti- fies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure that in any contract entered into pursu- ant to this advertisement, minority business enterprise will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS are on file in the Office of the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, the County Engi- neer's office and the Office of the State Aid Engineer, 412 E. Woodrow Wilson Avenue, Jackson, Mississippi. This project shall be constructed in accordance with the latest edition of the Mississippi Standard Specifica- tions for State Aid Road and Bridge Con- struction. PLANS AND PROPOSALS may be secured from J. A. Marlow, Jr County Engi- neer for Wilkinson County, Mississippi, P. O. Box 1267, Natchez. The cost is one hundred dollars ($100.00) for plans and dol- lars ($0.00) for the proposal, non-refundable. Certified check or bid bond for five per- cent (5%) of the total bid, made payable to Wilkinson County and the State of Missis- sippi must accompany each proposal. Bidders are hereby notified that any pro- posal accompanied by letters qualifying in any manner the condition under which the proposal is tendered will be considered an irregular bid and such proposal will not be considered in making the award. Kenyon Jackson, President Wilkinson County Board of Supervisors 4/12 J1~ & 4/19/18 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF DARRIN LEE ADAMS, DECEASED CAUSE NO.: 2018-003 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Darrin Lee Adams, Deceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 10th day of January, 2018, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby notified 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 3rd day of A p ~, 2018. /s/Torea Tumer Torea Turner, Administratrix of the Estate of Darrin Lee Adams, Deceased Document prepared by: David S. Crawford WILKERSON & CRAWFORD, L.LP. 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/26/18, 5/3/18 INVITATION FOR BIDS FOREST PRODUCTS FOR SALE WILKINSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE Sealed bids will be received by the Wilkin- son County School Distnct, up to and no later than 5:00 p.m May 9, 2018 for the right to cut and remove all timber, standing or down, marked or designated for that purpose on Section 27, Township 4N, Range 1E, Wilkin- son County, Mississippi. Bids will be on a per ton basis for the following products: pine pulp- wood, hardwood pulpwood, pine chip-n-saw, pine sawtimber, hardwood sawtimber. Before bids are submitted, full informa- tion concerning the material for sale, condi- tions of sale and submission of bids should be obtained from the Mississippi Forestry Commission Office Liberty, Mississippi, phone number 601-657-8754. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. 4/12/18, 4/19/18, 4/25/18. 5/3/18 BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI RE: PETITION OF SANCHEZ OIL & GAS CORPORATION FOR AN EXTENSION OF INACTIVE WELLSTATUS UNDER STATE- WIDE RULE 28 FOR THE WILLIAMS TRUST A NO. 1 WELL LOCATED IN FREEDOM FIELD, WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI DOCKET NO. 120-2018-D PUBUC NOTICE To all owners and persons interested in the Freedom Field, Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi. TAKE NOTICE that Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation has filed a Petition with the State Oil and Gas Board of Mississippi under Docket No. 120-2018-D requesting the Board to grant an extension of the inac- tive well status under Rule 28 for the Wil- liams Trust A No. 1 Well (AP12315721647) located in Section 9, T3N-R1E, Freedom Field, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. The Petition will be heard by the Board at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 16th day of May, 2018, at the State Oil & Gas Board, 500 Greymont Ave Suite E, Jackson, Mis- sissippi 39202, at which time and place you may appear and contest said matter. If you intend to contest the docket or request a continuance, you must notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018, being seven (7) days prior to the date stated above for the hearing. Failure to so notify the Board and the Petitioner shall be a waiver of your right to contest or request a continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt orders concerning a petition which may differ from the relief requested by the Petitioner and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropriate in accordance with the evidence presented. DATED this the 12th day of Apdl, 2018. STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI By:/S/Lisa Ivshin State Oil and Gas Supervisor ~S, ounseL Stan Ingram, Esq. BIGGS, INGRAM & SOLOP, PLLC P. O. BOX 14028 Jackson, Mississippi 39236-14028 Telephone No.: 601-713-1192 Fax No.: 601-713-2049 ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 4/19/lw BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI RE: PETITION OF SANCHEZ OIL & GAS CORPORATION FOR AN EXTEN- SION OF INACTIVE WELL STATUS UNDER STATEWlDE RULE 28 FOR THE CROSBY-FOSTER 40-F #1 WELL LOCAT- ED IN MEADOWLARK FIELD, WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI DOCKET NO. 121-2018-D PUBLIC NOTICE To all owners and persons interested in the Meadowlark Field, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. TAKE NOTICE that Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation has filed a Petition with the State Oil and Gas Board of Mississippi under Docket No. 121-2018-D requesting the Board to grant an extension of the inac- tive well status under Rule 28 for the Cros- by-Foster 40-F #1 Well (API 2315721796) located in Section 40, T3N-RlW, Meadow- lark Field, Wilkinsen County, Mississippi. The Petition will be heard by the Board at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 16th day of May, 2018, at the State Oil & Gas Board, 500 Greymont Ave Suite E, Jackson, Mis- sissippi 39202, at which time and place you may appear and contest said matter. If you intend to contest the docket or request a continuance, you must notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018, being seven (7) days prior to the date stated above for the hearing. Failure to so notify the Board and the Petitioner shall be a waiver of your right to contest or request a continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt orders concerning a petition which may differ from the relief requested by the Petitioner and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropriate in accordance with the evidence presented. DATED this the 12th day of Apdt, 2018. STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI By: Is] Lisa Ivehin State Oil and Gas Supervisorr Of Counset Stan Ingrain, Esq. BIGGS, INGRAM & SOLOP, PLLC P. O. Box 14028 Jackson, Mississippi 39236-14028 Telephone No.: 601-713-1192 Fax No.: 601-713-2049 ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 4/19/lw BEFORE THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI RE: PETITION OF SANCHEZ OIL & GAS CORPORATION FOR AN EXTENSION OF INACTIVE WELL STATUS UNDER STATE- WIDE RULE 28 FOR THE GRAVES 37-1 NO. 1 WELL LOCATED IN WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI DOCKET NO. 122-2018-D PUBLIC NOTICE To all owners and persons interested in the Graves 37-1 No. 1 Well, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. TAKE NOTICE that Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation has filed a Petition with the State Oil and Gas Board of Mississippi under Docket No. 122-2018-D requesting the Board to grant an extension of the inactive well status under Rule 28 for the Graves 37-1 #1 Well (API 2315721993) located in Section 37, T2N-R1E, Wilkinson County, Mississippi. The Petition will be heard by the Board at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 16th day of May, 2018, at the State Oil & Gas Board, School Board President of $27.51 per acre for 597.86 On motion by Johnny Jackson read a letter of res- Linda Boyd commented to acres on Section 26, Township Smallwood, seconded by Billy ignation from Alvin E. Fossel- the Administratom that she 1N Range 2W was accepted Spiller and carried by unani- man, I~- Physical Education wants all the data being pre- pending the Secretary of mous vote, the request from Instructor/Coach - WCHS, sented to be accurate infer- State approval, the Mississippi Forestry Corn- and recommended accep- mation. Board Member Fred- On motion by Billy Spiller, mission to advertise for a tim- tance. erick Anderson commented to secondedbyFannieBateaste ber sale on Section 27,Town- On motion by Johnny the Administrators to make and carried by unanimous ship 4 North, Range 1 East Smallwood, seconded by sure the teachers are getting vote, Raymond W. Banker bid was granted. Linda Boyd and carried by the resources they need to of $22.00 per acre for 619.80 On motion by Billy Spiller, unanimous vote, the resigna- work with to ensure Students' acres on Section 7 &E1/2of8, seconded by Fannie Bateaste tion was accepted. success. Township 1N Range 4W was and carried by unanimous Superintendent Kimberly School Board Vice Presi- accepted pending the Secre- vote, authorityteacceptFY18 Jackson recommended the dent Johnny Smallwood com- tary of State approval. Title V Rural and Low Income following as Substitute Teach- mented that Willdnson Coun: On motion by Johnny Schools Grant in the amount ers for the remainder of the ty School District has been hit Smallwood, seconded by Billy of $20,919.00 was granted. 2017-2018schoolyear: with a lot of vandalism. The Spiller and carried by unani- On motion by Billy Spiller, Keairra Smith pictures in the paper show mous vote, David Bramlette seconded by Fannie Bateaste Joycelyn Hooker items thateveryoneispaying bid of $27.01 per acre for and carried by unanimous Jonathan Neal for out of their pocket through 622.95 acres on Section 22, vote, authority to accept Mary Myles tax dollars, being demolished Township 1N Range 3W was an additional $267,580.00 Carol Bethley Jarvis and something needs to be accepted pending the Secre- for FY18 Title I School Ira- MatinaJames done. He commented that tary of State approval, provement 1003(a) Grant for Violette Mazique there are policies in place on On motion by Fannie Wilkinson County Elementa- Kendrick Harrison vandalism and asked that Bateaste, seconded by Billy ry School, Finch Elementary William Hall everyone report any act of Spiller and carried by unani- School and V~rflliam Winans Jason Hunt vandalism seen on our school mous vote, Blake Jensen bid Middle School was granted. Reuben Scott campuses, of $25.26 per acre for 684.93 On motion by Billy Spiller, Genika Thompson On motion by Billy Spiller, acres on Section 16, Township seconded by Johnny Small- John Moore as Long Term seconded by Johnny Small- 2N Range lW was accepted wood and carried by unani- Sub. wood and carried by unani- pending the Secretary of mous vote, authority to ac- On motion by Johnny mous vote, the following reso- State approval, cept the budget extension to Smallwood, seconded by Billy lution was approved. On motion by Billy Spiller, the Technology Grant from Spiller and carried by unani- (Here follows copy of reso- seconded by Johnny Small- ISC Construction, LLC in the mous vote, the recommenda- lutions.) wood and carried by unani- amount of $22,109.60 was tions were approved. COPY RESOLUTION mous vote, Jeremy Laird bid granted. On recommendation by Dr. James InAbinet ap- of $34.00 per acre for 682.36 On motion by Johnny Jean Jones, Transportation peared before the beard to acres on Section 16,Township Smallwood, seconded by Fan- Director, Superintendent inform them of the Grant for 2N Range 2W was accepted nie Bateaste and carried by Kimberly Jackson recom- Ecology for Wilkinson County pending the Secretary of unanimous vote, Special Ser- mended the following indi- Elementary School that in- State approval, vices Policies and Handbook vidual for employment for the dudes a 7 day program that On motion by Billy Spiller, was approved, remainder of the 2017-2018 he and Priscilla Russ will co- seconded by Fannie Bateaste Superintendent Kimberlyschool year: teach with 4 days of teaching and carried by unanimous Jackson gave each boardPatrick Herbert - Part- in the classroom and 3 days of vote, Racks Hunting Club bid member an envelope with up- time Mechanic teaching outside of the class- of $22.00 per acre for 687.14 dated information for review On motion by Johnny room. acres on Section 37, Township from David Walker of Wflk- Smallwood, seconded by Fan- On motion by Johnny 3N Range 2W was accepted Amite Youth Action Agency. nie Bateaste and carried by Smallwood, seconded by Fan- pending the Secretary of Larry Day, Financial Con- unanimous vote, the recom- hie Bateaste and carried by State approval, sultant approached the board mendation was approved. unanimous vote authority to On motion by Billy Spiller, to offer financial services in Superintendent Kimberly void the Hunting and Fishing seconded by Johnny Small- obtaining Capital Outlay Ira- Jackson recommended the Lease on Section 23, Town- wood and carried by unani- provementFinancingthrough following personnel for em- ship 2 North, Range 4 West mous vote, Jeremy Laird bid a Certificate of Participation. ployment with a one year pro- was approved because of non- of $35.01 per acre for 537.31 He stated that a bond that bationaryperiod: payment, acres on Section 35,Township was financed through MAEP Angela Perry - Payroll On motion by Billy Spiller, 3N Range 3W was accepted in 1998 expired this year and Clerk seconded by Johnny Small- pending Phillip E. Gremillion, those funds could be used to Ingrid James - Food Ser- wood and carried by unani- the existing lease holder who finance the Certificate of Par- vice Director mous vote, Superintendent bid $27.94 per acre matches ticipation. The board told Mr. Meagan Tolliver- Business Kimberly Jackson's recom- or exceeds by one cent Lairds Day that they would contact Manager mendation to accept the bids bid.~so pending Secretary of him if they decide to take ad- On motion by Billy Spiller, from United Mississippi Bank State approval, vantage of his services, seconded by Fannie Bateaste and Concordia Bank & Trust On motion by Billy Spiller, On motion by Johnny and carried by unanimous as County Depositories for fis- seconded by Linda Boyd and Smallwood, seconded by vote, the recommendations cal year 2019 was approved, carried by unanimous vote, Billy Spiller and carried by were approved. On motion by Billy Spiller, Vidal Davis bid of $36.37 per unanimous vote, the board Superintendent Kimberly seconded by Fannie Bateaste acre for 495.00 acres on Sec- approved the following reso- Jackson recommended the and carried by unanimous tion 14, Township 3N Range lution, following personnel for em- vote, Bethel, LLC bid of 4W was accepted pending the Wilkinson County Depart- ployment for the 2018-2019 $22.00 per acre for 620.75 Secretary of State approval, mentofEducation schoolyear: acres on Section 30,Township On motion by Johnny Post Office BOx 785 Wood- Lee Dixon - Exceptional 1N Range 1E was accepted Smallwood, seconded by Billy ville, Mississippi 39669 Education Direcgs~ pending the Secretary of Spiller and carried by unani- Ms. Kimberly M. Jackson, Chavis Bradford - Federal State approval, mous vote, Blake Jensen bid Superintendent Program Director On motion by Billy Spiller, of $30.30 per acre for 678.63 601-888-3582---888-6085Derek Morgan - Adminis- seconded by Fannie Bateaste acres on Section 19, Township Fax - 601-888-3133 trater and carried by unanimous 4N Range 2W was accepted RESOLUTION Jason Hamilton - Admin- vote, JewellJ."Bucky"Darden pending the Secretary of WHEREAS, Amanda istrator bid of $25.01 per acre for State approval. Screws, departed this life on Sharon Robinson-Admin- 641.64 acres on Section 18, No bids were received on the 28th day of January, 2018, istrator Township 2N Range 1E was the following Sections:~-D. according to the will of Regina McCoy - Adminis- accepted pending the Secre- Section 15, Township 3NGod, and trator tary of State approval. Range lW WHEREAS, Amanda On motion by Billy Spiller, On motion by Fannie Section 23, Township 2NScrews served faithfully in seconded by Fannie Bateaste Bateaste, seconded by Billy Range4W Wilkinson County, MAssis- and carried by unanimous Spiller and carried by unani- Section 30, Township 4Nsippi, as a School Teacher, vote, the recommendations mous vote, Creek Cottage Range 3W and Friend for twenty-four were approved. Hunting Club bid of$25.52 per Section 37, Township 2Nyears, (9/1/1969 - 6/2/1993), Superintendent Kimberly acre for 627.82 acres on Sec- Range 3W and the Board desires to corn- Jackson recommended the tion 16, Township 3N Range On motion by Billy Spiller, memorate and perpetuate her following individual for em- 1E was accepted pending the seconded by Johnny Small- life by taking official notice of ployment for the remainder of Secretary ofState approval, wood and carried by unanJ- her high character, honor, and the 2017-2018 school year: On motion by Billy Spiller, mous vote, the Superinten- dedication, and Jason Hunt-Academic Tu- seconded by Johnny Small- dent of Education was given WHEREAS, did at all times tor wood and carried by unani- authority to re-advertise the conform to the highest moral On motion by Billy Spiller, mous vote, Creek Cottage above Sections. code as aTeacher and such ac- seconded by Johnny Small- Hunting Club bid of $22.51 On motion by Billy Spiller, tions deserve the commenda- wood and carried by unani- per acre for 685.77 acres on seconded by Fannie Bateaste tion of this Board; mous vote, the recommenda- Section 27, Township 4N and carried by unanimous NOW, THEREFORE, BE tion was approved. Range 1E was accepted pend- vote, the following Division of IT RESOLVED, That the On motion by Billy Spiller, ing the Secretary of State ap- Funds on Section 27, Town- Board of Education, the Su- seconded by Fannie Bateaste proval, ship 4 North Range 1 East perintendent of Education, and carried by unanimous On motion by Fannie was approved, and the Wilkinson County vote, the board went into ex- Bateaste, seconded by John- Section 27 Township 4 School District Family of ecutive session te discuss per- ny Smallwood and carried North Range 1 East Wilkinson County, Missis- sonnel and student matters. by unanimous vote, Creek Division of Funds from sippi, does record its deep On motion by Billy Spiller, Cottage Hunting Club bid January 1, 2017, through De- sense of loss in the passing of seconded by FrederickAnder- cember 31, 2017, Amanda Screws, and that the son and carried by unanimous Receipts Board, Superintendent, and vote the following medical 500 Greymont Ave Suite E, Jackson, Mis- :1/]/17-12/31/17 the Wilkinson County School leave requests were approved: sissippi 39202, at which time and place you may appear and contestsaid matter. 16th Section PrincipalDistrict Family expresses Shawandalet Parker If you intend to contest the docket or Funds their deep and sincere sympa- Annie Doherty request a continuance, you must notify the None thy to her family. A motion was made by Billy Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than Receipts BE IT FURTHER RE- Spiller to accept the Leave of 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018, being 1/1/17-12/31/17 SOLVED that tl~ Resolution Absence for D'Marcas Cosey. seven (7) days prior to the date stated above 16th Section Interest be spread upon the Minutes of Said motion was seconded by for the hearing. Failure to so notify the Board and the Petitioner shall be a waiver of your ] ~~.nds this Beard and that a copybe Frederick Anderson. Those right to contest or request a continuance. Interest : 24.34 presented to the family of our vot;h'~" "Aye" were Farirfie You are advised the Board may adopt H'LLrtt~ Lease: 14,150.30 de~ friend. Bateaste, Linda Boyd, Billy orders concerning a petition which may differ from the relief requested by the Petitioner 14,174.64 Wilkinson County Depart- SpiLler and Fi'ederick Ander- and the Board will enter such order or orders ment of Education son. Jo]-m ny Smallwood vote(] as in its judgment may be appropriate in ~ct'tool District l ~ n da BeycL Pre3ideD.t ~'~aT', motion c&rried. accordance with the evidence presented. OATED this the12th day of April, 2018. #ofStudentsasof12/3]/17 Johnny Smallwood, Vice The board agreed to refer STATE OIL AND GAS Percentage President student #2018-0003 matter BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI Principal Funds Fannie Bateaste back to Superintendent Kim- By: Is] Lisa Ivshin State Oil and Gas Supervisor Interest Funds Frederick Anderson berly Jackson for further in- Totals Billy Spiller, Secretary vestigation. Stan Ingram. Esq: AmJte County Kimberly M. Jackson, Su-On motion by Billy Spiller, BIGGS, INGRAM & SOLOP, PLLC 2 perintendent seconded by Fannie Batea- P. 0. Box 14028 Jackson, Mississippi 39236-14028 3.51 On motion by Fannie tse and carried by unanimous TelephoneNo.: 601-713-1192 0 Bateaste, seconded by Linda vote, the board came out ofex- Fax No.: 601-713-2049 497.53 Boyd and carried by unani- ecutive session. ATTORNEYS FOR PETITIONER 4/19/lw 497.53 reBUS vote, the requestfor sal- On motion by Billy Spiller, Franklin County vage delete was approved as seconded by Fannie Bateaste IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF 8 requested by Superintendent and carried by unanimous WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF JAMES NORMAN CHAFFIN, 14.03 Jackson. vote, the meeting adjourned. DECEASED 0 Superintendent Kimberly Linda Boyd, President CAUSE NUMBER: 2010-048 1,988.70 Jackson read a letter of resig-Wilkinson County NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of 1,988.70 nation from Sandra Goodwin Board of Education James Norman Chaffin, Deceased, havingWi]~on County - English hlst~ctor WCI-~, Bfllie Spiller, Secretary been granted and issued to the undersigned 47 and recommended accep-Willd~n County by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 13th day of ~, 2018, all 82.46 tance. Board of'Education persons having claims against said Estate 0 A motion was made by Kimberly Jackson, are hereby notified to have the same pro- 11,688.41 Johnny Smallwood to accept Superintendent bated, registered and allowed by the Clerk of said Court within ninety (90) days from the 11,688.41 the resignation. Said motion Wilkinson County date of first publication hereof or the same was seconded by Linda Boyd. Board of Education will be forever barred. Totals Those voting "Aye" were l~an- Linda Boyd, President This the13th day of A~ ~, 2018. 57 nie Bateaste, Linda BoydWilkinson county Board of /s/Mary Elizabeth Chaffin Mary Elizabeth Chaffin 100 and Johnny Smallwood. Billy Education Document prepared by: 0 Spiller voted "Nay", motion Billy Spiller, Secretary DavidS. Crawford 14,174.64 carried. Wilkinson County WlLKERSON & CRAWFoRD, L.L.P. 4/19/18. 4/26/18. 5/3J18. 5110118 14,174.64 Superintendent Kimberly Board of Education