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10. Section 16, T2N-R2W 682.36 acres-S33.96 2. Section 16 & 17, T2N- R1E 593.60 acres-S22.00 minimum 11. Section 37, T2N-R3W 611.00 acres-S38.00 3. Section 18, T2N-R1E 641.64 acres-S25.01 12. Section 23, T2N-R4W 640.88 acres-S40.04 4. Section 16, T3N-R1E 627.82 acres-S25.52 13. Section 15, T3N-RlW 689.15 acres-S27.00 5. Section 27, T4N-R1E 685.77 acres-S22.51 14. Section 37, T3N-R2W 687.14 acres-S22.00 6. Section 26, T1N-R2W 597.86 acres-S27.51 15. Section 35, T3N-R3W 537.31 acres-S27.94 7. Section 22, T1N-R3W 622.95 acres-S27.01 16. Section 14, T3N-R4W 495.00 acres-S36.37 8. Section 7 & E of 8, T1N-R4W 619.80 acres-S22.00 17. Section 19, T4N-R2W 678.63 acres-S30.30 9. Section 16, T2N-RlW 684.93 acres-S24.26 18. Section 30, T4N-R3W 640.00 acres-S25.52 On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Johnny Smallwood and car- ried by unanimous vote, the board approved the recom- mendation. Superintendent Kim- berly Jackson asked board authority to advertise for hunting and fishing leases. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Fannie Bateaste and car- ried by unanimous vote the board granted authority to advertise for hunting and ?, : ,(Continued from Page 6) er, departed this life on the 12th day of December, 2017, A.D. according to the will of God; and, WHEREAS, David Hunter served faithfiffiy in Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi, as School Board Member and Friend for twenty-one years, and the Board desires to commemo- rate and perpetuate his life by taking official notice of his high character, honor, and dedication; and, WHEREAS, did at all The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 31, 2018 OFFICIAL ELECTION BALI~T STATE OF MISSISSIPPI WILKINSON COUNTY D~ocrati= Congressional Tuesday, June 05, 2018 Precinct: ALL COUNTY PRECINCTS Ballot Style : ID '- : : ::i: i:,i;' :::::~ : : :, ~' ::i':-i Page 7: times conform to the high- est moral code as a Board Member and such actions deserve the commendation of this Board; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the Board of Education, the Su- perintendent of Education, and the Wilkinson County School District Family of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, does record its deep sense of loss in the passing of David Hunter, and that the Board, Superintendent, and the Wilkinson County School District Family ex- presses their deep and sin- cere sympathy to his family. BE IT FURTHER RE. SOLVED that this Reso- lution be spread upon the Minutes of this Board and that a copy be presented to the family of our departed friend. Wilkinson County De- partment of Education Linda Boyd, President Johnny Smallwood, Vice President Fannie Bateaste Frederick Anderson Billy Spiller, Secretary Kimberly M. Jackson, Su- For United States Senate Vote for ONE "~.: Jensen Boh=en '.::i': J~roae ~lana .~ ~: Vi~ G. ~t~uri~--~ Jr. ,'.:::. Om~ia S=tt , For US ~ouse Of Rep 03 3rd Congressional District Vote for ONE Michael A~ox ~i~bael Ted E~ans OFFICIAL ELECTION BALLOT STATE OF MISSISSIPPI WILKINSON COUNTY fishing leases on the follow- perintendent. ing sections. Wilkinson County Section 30, Township 1N- Department of Education Range 1E - 620.75 acres, Post Office Box 785 more or less Woodville, Mississippi Section 16 & 17, Town- 39669 ship 2N-Range 1E - 593.60Ms. Kimberly M. acres, more or less Jackson, Superintendent Section 18, Township 2N- 601-888-3582---888-6085 Range 1E - 641.64 acres, Fax-601-888-3133 more or less RESOLUTION Section 16, Township 3N- WHEREAS, Dora Magee, Range 1E - 627.82 acres, departed this life on the more or less 26th day of December, 2017, Section 27, Township 4N- A.D. according to the will of Range iE - 685.77 acres, God;and, more or less WHEREAS, Dora Magee Section 26, Township 1N- served faithfully in Wilkin- Range 2W - 597.86 acres, son County, Mississippi, more or less as Teacher and Friend for Section 22, Township 1N- twenty-seven years, and the Range 3W - 622.95 acres, Board desires to cemmemo- more or less rate and perpe, tuato her:life Section 7 & E 2 of 8, by taking official notice of Township 1N-Range 4W - her high character, honor, 619.80 acres, more or less and dedication; and; :: : Section 16, Township 2N- WHEREAS, did at all : Republican Congressional Tuesday, June 05, 2018 Precinct: 'ALL COUNTY PRECINCTS Ballot Style: 2R :PEN. For United States Senate Vote for ONE "~'-; w~A~-~ " For US House Of Rep 03 3rd CongTessional District Vote for ONE Range lW - 684.93 acres, times conform to the high- more or less est moral code as a Teacher Section 16, Townshi'p 2N- and such actions deserve ~,- sa3.1 Dot-~, Range 2W - 682.36 acres, the commendation of ~s: :T ~ : i more or less Board; ~, : :,: :: : I i!::-: ~=~ ~ : i : Section 37, Township 2N- NOW,:~RE~,:~S:: :i:: 1 :~-::: :~ohaei ~,~= : : Range 3W - 611.00 acres,IT :: : more or less Boa~ ofEducatioh~:theSu-!!::i I ::::~! ~t Section 23, Township 2N, perintendent of Education,: ::iJ : ~ ~ : 4 ~,: " : -~ffi~ ~e~ Range 4W - 6 0.88 acres, and the Wilkinsoa Count. |'::~ ~::/: :: more or less School District Family of I ':7: ~~e: ,sit~,Tare Section 15, Township 3N- Wilkinson County, Missis :.:-i Range lW - 689.15 acres, sippi, does record its deep more or less sense of loss in the passing Section 37, Township 3N- of Dora Magee, and that Range 2W - 687.14 acres, the Board, Superintendent, more orless and the Wilkinson County Minutes Of The Woodville Mayor & Board Of Aldermen Section 35, Township 3N- School District Fancily ex- Range 3W - 537.31 acres, presses their deep and sin- r ' more or less cere sympathy to her family. Section 14, Township 3N- BE IT FURTHER RE- STATE Of MISSISSIPPI paid as funds become avail- and zoning commission Renada Howard, Police Range 4W - 495.00 acres, SOLVED that this Reso-TOWN OF WOODVILLE able. which recommendation was Dispatcher Training, Amite more or less lution be spread upon the ORDER SO ORDERED, April 3, to deny the application filed County, MS, April 19-22, : Section 19, Township 4N- Minutes of this Board andWHEREAS, the Board 2018. by Ashton Dunbar. 2018. Range 2W - 678.63 acres that a copy be presented to of Aldermen of the Town of WHEREAS, the Town IT IS THEREFORE OR- SO ORDERED, April 3, Woodville met in their regu- of Woodville solicited bids DERED, on motion of Alder- 2018 more or less the family of our departed lar meeting at 5:00 P.M. on to sell a surplus backhoe man Anthony, seconded by WHEREAS, Alderman Section 30, Township 4N- friend. Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at owned by the town being Alderman Fry, and passed Tolliver moved that the Range 3W - 640.00 acres, Wilkinson C~unty De-, artm tn el ca " n me wooawue ivmrnc~pal a used new Holland die- on a vote of 2 in favor, 1 op- Board of Aldermen of the more or less p en f Eau tio . , A motion was made by Linda R.~a P~-irl,mt Bmlding at 131 Courthouse sel backhoe, serial number posed, Alderman Tolliver Town of Woodville enter Johnny Smallwood to cor-Johnn~'~S'm'allw" "--oo~I- Vice :Street, Woodville, Mmsis- 38401; and, voting nay and Aldermaninto closed door session ' sippi and, rect the amount that was in President : WHEREAS, the following Carter abstaining, to accept pursuant to Mississippi the November 8, 2017, rain- Fannie Bateastel WHEREAS, there were bids were received: the recommendation of the Code Annotated Section utes of the IDEA FY18 Ap- Frederick Anderson present at said meeting plication from $31,771.00 Billy Spiller, Secretary Alderman Earl Dean An- to $310,771.00. Said mo- Kimberly M. Jackson, Su- thony, Alderman Will Cart- tion was seconded by Fan- perintendent, er, Alderman Russell Fry, nie Bateaste and carried by On motion by Fannie Alderman Meagan Tolliver, unanimous vote. Bateaste, seconded by and Mayor Keshia Stewart Superintendent Kim- Johnny Smallwood and car- Ford; and, berly Jackson asked board ried by unanimous vote, the WHEREAS, said meeting approval to use Wilkinson request for salvage delete was opened with prayer; County High School Gym- was approved as requested and, nasium for the Thirty- First by Superintendent Jackson. WHEREAS, the minutes Annual Dr. Martin Luther (Here follows copy of sal- King, Jr. Program to be vage delete) held, Sunday, January 21, Superintendent Kim- 2018, at 2:00 p.m. berly Jackson read a letter On motion by Fannie of resignation from Julius Bateaste, seconded by Anderson, Jr. - Science In- Johnny Smallwood and structer & Departmental carried by unanimous vote, Chairperson-WCHS, and the board approved the use of Wilkinson County High School Gymnasium for .the Thirty-First Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Program. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Fannie Bateaste and car- ried by unanimous vote, the recommended acceptance. On motion by Fannie Bateaste, seconded by Johnny Smallwood and car- ried by unanimous vote the resignation was approved. The board did not go into executive session. On motion by Fannie of the March 6, 2018, regu- lar meeting were presented for approval; and, IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, on motion of Al- derman Fry, second Alder- man Anthony, and passed unanimously, that the min- utes of March 6, 2018, regu- lar meeting, be approved as presented. SO ORDERED, April 3, 2018. WHEREAS, various bills were presented to the Board of Aldermen at its April 3, 2018, regular meeting to be Lyn's Enterprises, $6,777.00; Larry Mealey, $4,375.00; William Mealey, $5,600.99; Clint McCurley, $3,950.00; Mark Trevillion, $4,150.00; John Grover, $5,25O.OO; WHEREAS, it appears that the bid of Lyn's Enter- prises for the surplus new Holland diesel backhoe in the amount of $6,777.00 is the highest and best bid. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED on motion of Al- derman Carter, second by Alderman Fry, and passed unanimously, that the bid of Lyn's Enterprises for the purchase of the surplus new Holland diesel backhoe, se- rial number 38401 is ac- cepted. SO ORDERED, April 3, 2018. WHEREAS, Ashton Dun- bar filed with the Town of Woodville an application commission and deny the application filed by Ashton Dunbar. SO ORDERED, April 3, 2018. 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 OR- DERED, on motion of Al- 25-417 to discuss person- nel matters, which motion was seconded by Alderman Anthony and passed unani- mously: and, WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen in closed session, upon motion of Alderman Fry and second of Alderman Carter, determined on the following vote that it was necessary that the Board of Aldermen enter into execu- tive session to discuss a per- sonnel matter. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, with Alderman Anthony voting yes, Alder- man Carter voting yes, Al- derman Fry voting yes, and Alderman Tolliver voting derman Tolliver, second of yes, that the Board of Alder- Alderman Anthony, and men of the Town of Wood- passed unanimously, that ville enter into executive, the following be authorized session. to travel to attend various SO ORDERED, April 3, meetings and programs as 2018 follows: WHEREAS, it is neces-: board approved the follow- ing resolutions. Wilkinson County Department of Education Post Office Box 785 Woodville, Mississippi 39669 Ms. Kimberly M. Jackson, Superintendent 601-888-3582---888-6085 Fax - 601-888-3133 RESOLUTION WHEREAS, David Hunt- Bateaste, seconded by Johnny Smallwood and car- ried by unanimous vote, the meeting adjourned. Linda Boyd, President Wilkinson County Board of Education Billy Spiller, Secretary Wilkinson County Board of Education Kimberly Jackson Wilkinson County Board of Education . approved for payment; and, WHEREAS, Alderman Carter made a motion to pay the docket as present- ed, which motion was sec- onded by Alderman Fry and passed unanimously. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, that all of the bills presented to the Board at its March 6, 2018, regular meeting, being claim num- ber 38914 through 39024 be for rezoning an amendment NAME to the Woodville planning ING DATE and zoning ordinance dated March 8, 2018; and, WHEREAS, the proposed amendment was first sub- mitted to the planning com- mission for its recommen- dation and report; and, WHEREAS, the board of Aldermen received and heard the recommendation and report of the planning M E E T -sary that the Town of Wood- ville purchase 5 new chairs Police Chief Stewart,for Municipal Building Mississippi Association Board room; and, ~, of Chiefs of Police Annual WHEREAS, the City Convention, Biloxi, MS, June 24-29,2018; Mayor, Board of Alder- men, City Clerk, Deputy Clerk, City Judge, City At- torney, Annual Mississippi Municipal Convention, Bi- loxi, MS, June 24-29, 2018; Clerk has determined that the 5 chairs may be pur-, ~ chased from WayFair Inc. for the total sum of $615.00 which is a fair and reason- able price. 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