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t Page 4 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 13, 2015 Minutes Of The Woodville Mayor & Bd. Of Aldermen LIKE SOMETHING FROM A HORROR MOVIE -- Woodville residents Sharon and Louis Flaccomio experienced an un- usual event on Friday night, August 7, while having supper at a local restaurant. While eating, their waiter came to the table to ask if they owned a silver Toyota Corolla. They replied, "Yes we do," to which the waiter said, "You have a bunch of bugs on your car." Thinking nothing of it, the couple finished their meal and left the restaurant. As they ap- proached their car, which was parked under the light in the restaurant's parking lot, they found that there were just more than a couple of bugs on their car -- there were thousands. For reasons unknown the Flaccomio vehicle was covered with winged insects, but none of the adjacent parked ve- hicles had any bugs on them. The couple said they managed to get in the car to drive home, thinking that they would all blow off when they reached 65 mph. "When we got home we had a good many still holding on to the car," they said. It is apparent that the early cool, wet spring and recent dry hot weather has delayed until now the hatching of the Mayflies in this area. -- Submitted Photo LADY HUNTER SHOOTS TWO HOGS -- Edna Murray of Crosby is trying to do her part in thin- ning out the county's ever-growing wild hog popu- lation. She is shown posing with two, 110-pound hogs she shot at a distance of 120 yards with her .300 Blackout rifle. The hogs were taken near her home this past weekend. -- Submitted Photo ADS WORK CALL 601-888-4293 BY NOON ON FRIDAY [ CONCORDIA METAL|NC, " OPEN MONDAY FRIDAY 7:30 A.M..4:30 P,M. Co p= BrdsS * Junk Cars - VmAUA 8WY F(~,= " (~--~.. 318/336-5218 L - " t.soo.722.6a64 CA JV Tigers - Jamboree @ Parklane Friday, Aug. 14 -- Away -- TBA WCCA JV vs Central Private Thursday, Aug. 27 -- Away -- 6:30 p.m. Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. bay new when used wiLL do.'? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Southwest Bears vs East Mississippi Thursday, Aug. 27 -- Away 7 p.m. Buy Here! Pay Here! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-759-0631 STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TOWN OF WOODVILLE ORDER PUBLIC HEARING FOR FY 2015 WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT GRANT JULY 7, 2015 Town of Woodville presented WHEREAS, the bills pre-ninety day probation period. oral reports to the Mayor and sented were reviewed by the IT IS FURTHER OR- Board of Aldermen, namely Board of Aldermen. DERED that the Police Chief Stewart for the Wood- WHEREAS, Alderman Chief is hereby authorized ville Police Department, Lofton made a motion toto hire an additional two (2) Bryant Longs on behalf of pay the docket as presented, part time police officers on the Water Department, Fire This motion was seconded by an emergency basis due to Chief Mary Frederick, Don- Alderman Fry and passeda full time officer's failure to A public meeting was con- aid Carter for Street Dept., unanimously, report for work. vened at the Woodville Mu- Nolan Thompson for Util- IT IS THEREFORE OR- SO ORDERED, July 7, nicipal Building on July 7, ity Dept. and absent were DERED, that all of the bills 2015. 2015, at 4:30 PM. Lee Jones Sammy Cotton for Cemetery presented to the Board at its of Engineering Service of and Jim Derbes for Historic July 7, 2015 Regular Meet- Richland was present and Preservation/Planning Corn- ing, being Claim Nos. 33958 provided informationregard- mittee, through 34104 be paid as ing the 2015 Water System WHEREAS, following the funds become available. Improvement Grant and eli- recommendations of the Su- SO ORDERED, July 7, gible activities, perintendents, on motion of 2015. Mr. Jones discussed spe- Alderman Carter, seconded cific problems with the wa- by Alderman Loften, and ter plant and the need for passed unanimously, the fol- the upgrade. An opportunity lowing reports were issued for questions and comments by the various department was provided. Those present heads and approved, to-wit: voiced support for fixing the water problems. There was no objection to a proposed FY 2015 Water System Improvement Grant. WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen and the Mayor of the Town of Woodville met 1. Police Department. Jessie Stewart appeared on behalf of the police depart- ment. Old fine collections for the month of June were pre- sented. 2. Water. Superintendent Longs re- in their Regular Meeting at viewed the monthly report 5:00 o'clock P.M., Tuesday, July 7, 2015, which meeting was held at the Municipal Building at 131 Courthouse Street, Woodville, Mississip- pi 39669; and, WHEREAS, there were present at said meeting May- or Gary D'Aquilla, Alderman Gene Loi~n and Alderman Russell Fry with Alderman I William Carter being absent; and, " WHEREAS, said meeting : was opened with prayer; and, WHEREAS, the minutes Adult Mayfly of the June 2, 2015, Regular Meeting were presented for approval; and, IT IS TI-IEREFORE OR- DERED, on motion of Al- derman Lofton, seconded by Alderman Anthony and approved unanimously, that the minutes of the June 2, 2015, Regular Meeting be ap- proved. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, each of the department heads of the with the Board of Aldermen. No action required 3. Utilities. Superintendent Nolan Thompson appeared before the beard but no action was required. 4. Streets/Sewer. Superintendent Carter appeared before the beard , .but no action was required. 5. Fire Department. No report. 6..Cemetery. No report 7.Histeric Preservation/ Planning Committee. Mr. Derbes was not pres- ent but he submitted a writ- ten report advising the de- partment of pending applica- tions before the Committee issues. Said written report is attached hereto as Exhibit A. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, various bills were presented to the Board of Aldermen at its July 7, 2015 Regular Meeting to be approved for payment; and, 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 May- or, Board of Aldermen and other town officers and em- ployees should attend for the benefit of the Town. IT IS THEREFORE OR- Upcoming Extension Workshop: Visitors That Came & Never Left On Tuesday, August 25, 2015, Mississippi State Uni- versity Extension Service in Amite and Wilkinson Coun- ties will be hosting an edu- cational workshop, Visitors That Came and Never Left. The workshop will focus on some of the animals and plants that we are dealing with that were not native to this state. Bill Marly, MSU Extension Wildlife Agent, will discuss when and how these plants and animals ar- rived in our area, some of the affects they are having on our native species, and what problems the human and plant/animal encounters are causing. You will be amazed at some of the things you have always accepted as being na- tive to our state but are actu- ally transplants from other countries, as well as other parts of the United States. The Workshop will be held at the Centreville Civic Center, 147 Main Street, Centreville, MS 39631 on Tuesday, August 25, at 6:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required by calling the Wilkinson County Exten- sion Office at 601-888- 3211 or the Amite County Extension Office at 601- 657-8937 MSU Extension events are open to the public. MSU will provide reasonable ac- commodations to persons with disabilities or special needs. Please contact the Wilkinson County Extension office at 601-888-3211 two days prior to the event to request reasonable accom- modation. Iture Ti Submitted by Ann 1L Davis, W'flldnson County Extension Coordinator/Agent According to area meteo- rologists, we had a cool spell about a week ago. However, other than a little drier morn- ing breeze, we would have never known it. Vegetable gardeners are looking for- ward to cooler nights because it allows tomatoes and large fruited peppers in the garden to set fruit. Mississippi State University Extension Horti- culture Specialist Dr. David Nagel says that it takes only a few nights in the sixties and days with high temperatures below ninety-three for the pollen to survive long enough to fertilize the ovary and initi- ate the growth of tomatoes and peppers. A light applica- tion of nutrients will benefit the sizing of these vegetables. Dr. Rebecca Melanson, MSU Extension Plant Pa- thologist, has notified Exten- sion Agents throughout the state of a downy mildew alert that has been issued by the IPM PIPE group for South- ern Mississippi. Alert up- dates can be found at cdm.ipmpipe.org/current- forecast. Initial symptoms of downy mildew are small, irregularly-shaped, slightly yellow to bright yellow le- sions (spots) on the upper surface of the leaf. Downy mildew has been found on cucumbers in greenhouses in north Mississippi. Pumpkin, squash, cucumber, canta- loupe and watermelon grow- ers should have fungicides on hand to apply at the first symptoms since this disease can spread very rapidly. Both chlorothalonfl and mancezeb are effective. Always read the label before applying any product to your garden. There can be many rea- sons plants do not grow well even when sufficient water and nutrients have been ap- plied. One unfortunate result of our wet spring is the oc- currence of traffic pans in the soil. Tilling or even just walking on wet soil can cause the soil structure to break down and the soil to become compressed with few air pas- sages. Roots encountering this layer cannot penetrate to lower regions in the soil profile to access nutrients and water. One way to check for a pan is to pull up a plant and examine the roots. Se- vere pans will cause roots to grow sideways rather than down so the bottom of the root mass is flat. Tilling the soil deeper when it is dry is the cure for this problem. HARDWOOD LOGS FOR SALE? BY BULK In the woods BY or delivered THOUSAND to mill Call 1-800-343-4577 Netterville Lumber Co. IN BUSINESS SINCE 1952 DERED, on motion of Al- derman Carter, seconded by Alderman Fry and passed unanimously, that the fol- lowing be authorized to trav- el to attend various meetings and programs as follows: NAME MEETING DATE Donald Carter, Jeremy Williams, Waste Water, Bi- loxi, September 14-18. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, Alderman Fry moved that the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodville enter into Ex- ecutive Session pursuant to Mississippi Code Annotated Section 25-41-7, which mo- tion was seconded by Al- derman Loi~n and passed unanimously; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen in closed session determined on the following vote that it was necessary that the Board of Aldermen WHEREAS, it appears that various funds and ac- counts in the budget for the Town of Woodville have sums of money remaining unexpended and which must reach a zero (0) bal- ance at year end; and, WHEREAS, MCA Sec- tion 21-35-25 makes a provi- sion for revisions of munici- pal budgets in such cases. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, upon motion of Alderman Fry, seconded by Alderman Anthony, and passed unanimously, that the 2014-2015 budget for the Town of Woodville be amended and revised as set forth on the attached Ex- hibit "A'. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2014. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville Utility Depart- ment is in need of a utility trailer; and, WHEREAS, Superinten- dent Thompson has located a suitable trailer which will meet the needs of the de- partment locally. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Lofton, second by Alderman Fry and ap- proved unanimously that the purchase is approved for no more than $4,500.00. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, WCHS has requested that the Town of Woodville purchase an ad in the sports calendar with said funds to benefit the children of the community. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of enter into Executive Session Alderman Anthony, second to discuss personnel matters by Alderman Fry that a related to a personnel mat- $100.00 ad is hereby ap- ter within the police depart- proved. ment. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, with Alderman Lofton voting yea, Alderman Anthony voting yea and Al- derman Fry voting yea, that the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodville enter into Executive Session regarding a personnel matter in the police department regarding an officer's performance. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville, having completed their meeting in Executive Session reopened said meet- ing to the public, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Anthony and ap- proved unanimously that the Police Chiefs hiring of Kelly McKey for the position of dispatcher on an emer- gency basis is hereby ap- proved by the board and she shall be subject to the (90) ninety day probation period. IT IS FURTHER OR- DERED that, upon the rec- ommendation of the Police Chief for the hiring of Prim- mecha Coates as a part time dispatcher, she is hereby hired subject to the (90) SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. WHEREAS, the Tovcn of Woodville must hire an engineer for the adminis- tration of the Rural Devel- opment 2015 Water Sys- tem Improvement Project; and, WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville has used the services of Lee Jones with Engineering Services, Inc. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Anthony, sec- ond by Alderman Lofton and approved unanimously that Engineering Servic- es of Ridgeland is hereby hired for said project. SO ORDERED, July 7, 2015. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TOWN OF WOODVILLE RESOLUTION The Board of Aldermen took up for consideration the matter regarding a RUS grant. After discus- sion it was moved by Al- derman Fry, seconded by Alderman Anthony, the fol- lowing order was offered: (Continued on Page 9) --- wants you to know --