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t The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 3, 2013 Page 9 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF Town of Centreville be amended as WILKINSON COUNTY, follows: MISSISSIPPI Amended: Section 6-3 Sale of NO. 2013-079 Plots IN THE MATTER OF THE The Town Clerk may execute ESTATE OF ANNA PRICE conveyances conveying a right of DAWSON burial in the town cemetery. Such NOTICE TO CREDITORS conveyance shall contain the fol- Letters Testamentary having lowing: been granted on the 21 day of Au- (1). A right of burial gust, 2013, by the Chancery Court of (2). Consideration shall be: Wilkinson County, Mississippi, to the A. A plot of eight (8) graves sites, nine hundred dollars ($900.00); undersigned, on the Estate of Anna B. A plot of four (4) grave sites, Price Dawson, deceased. Notice is five hundred dollars ($500.00); hereby given to all persons having (3). No individual may purchase claims against said Estate to present more than two plots eight (8) grave the same to the Clerk of this Court for sites. (Ord. No 135 4, 9-12-78). probate and registration according to Sec. 6-13 Maintenance Fee. the law within ninety (90) days from Every individual, or family or the first publication of this Notice or such individual who owns a grave they will be forever barred, site shall be assessed ($30.00) per THIS the 21 day of August, 2013. year to provide for the maintenance /s/Jennetter Dawson and upkeep necessary for the cem- JENNETTER DAWSON etery. Such fee shall be due on the EXECUTRIX first day of January each ear for the Prepared By: ensuing year. AMY F. RYAN Larry Lee P.O. Box 515 Mayor Woodville, MS 39669 ATFEST: 601-888-9919 Michelle Singleton 601-888-9912 (fax) City Clerk State Bar No. 101391 9/19/4w 9/12/4w IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF TOWN OF CENTREVILLE WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI AMENDMENT TO WATER RATES NO. 2013-083 Be it ordained by the Mayor and ESTATE OF DODY WESTON the Board Of Aldermen of the Town THOMPSON, DECEASED Of Centreville in counci{ convened NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary having that an ordinance styled utilities ap- pearing in the Ordinance Book of been granted on the 8th day of Au- the Town of Centreville is amended gust, 2013, by the Chancery Court as follows: of Wilkinson County, Mississippi to Amendment Section 13-31. In- the undersigned Helen C. Harrison creasing Water Rates-Generally upon the Estate of Dody Weston Utilities Thompson, deceased, notice is here- Section 13-31. Increasing Water by given to all persons having claims Rates-Generally against said estate to present the There will be an increase to all same to the Clerk of this Court for customers using water supplies by probate and registration according the town rates or as follows: to law, within ninety (90) days from 1. All water customers within the the date of the first publication of this city limits there shall be a charge of notice, or they will be forever barred. a minimum monthly bill of twenty two THIS, the 12th day of Septem- dollars ($22.00). ber, 2013. 2. For all water customers out- HELEN C. HARRISON, side the city limits there shall be a EXECUTRIX OF THE minimum charge of twenty six dollars ESTATE OF DODY WESTON ($26.00). THOMPSON, DECEASED 3. For all water consumed or ANGELA B. HEALY- BAR # 9795 used by all customers of the town in NIPPES & HEALY, PLLC excess of a thousand (1000) gallons, 6360 1-55 NORTH, SUITE 250 there shall be paid a monthly rate of P.O. BOX 13492 three dollars and twenty five cents JACKSON, MS 39236-3492 ($3.25) per thousand (1000) gallons. Phone: 601 952-2592 4. All bills shall have applicable Fax: 601 952-2593 sales taxes added to all business E-Maih ahealy@nippeshealy.com accounts. 9/26/3w 5. A flat rate for apartment com- plexes with no individual meters shall NOTICE OF BIDDING FOR OIL, be twenty two dollars ($22.00) per GAS AND MINERAL LEASE apartment. Larry J. Lee Bids will be received by the Mayor Wilkinson County Board of Supervi- ATTEST: sore, to lease for oil, gas and other MichelleSingleton mineral exploration 85.72 acres, Town Clerk more or less, lying and situate in 9/19/4w and being the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the TOWN OF CENTREVILLE Southeast Quarter of the Northwest AMENDMENT TO AN Quarter of Section 1, T2N, R2W. ORDINANCE TO AMEND WATER The lease form may be obtained at CONNECTION FEE, WATER TAPSthe Office of the Chancery Clerk in AND GAS TAPS the courthouse at Woodville, MS or Be it ordained by the Mayor by calling 601-888-4381. The bid and Board of Aldermen of the Town will be for the amount of bonus to of Centreville in Council convened be paid for the primary term of the that an Ordinance styled connecting paid up lease. Bids shall be received charges and deposits in the Ordi- until 10:00 o'clock A.M. on the 21st nance Book of the Town of Centrev- day of October 2013, either by mail ille be amended as follows: actually received by that time and ,,C~n.r;~qting Charges ~aad Water date at P.O. Box 516, Woodville, MS and (~as Deposits." 39669 and addressed to the Chan- Sec. 13-26 Charges and De- cery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mis- posits, sissippi, with the words "Oil and Gas A). New water customer shall Lease Bid" written on the outside of be charged thirty dollars ($30.00) to the envelope, or by delivery to the have water turned on where service Chancery Clerk at the courthouse is existing. An additional charge of in Woodville, MS. on or before that two hundred dollars ($200.00) will time and date. be made for new service connection The Board of Supervisors re- where a line tap is necessary, serves the right to reject any and (B), New gas customer shall be all bids. charged thirty dollars ($30.00) to Wilkinson County have gas turned on where service Board of Supervisors is existing. An additional charge of William Banketon, President two hundred dollars ($200.00) will 9/26/3w be made for new service connection where a line tap is necessary. (C). New sewer customer shall have a charge of two hundred ($200.00) for new service connec- tions where a line tap is necessary. (D). In no case shall utility ser- vices be provided to any customer owing a prior delinquent utility bill. (E). Utility customer shall be re- quired to make and maintain a cash deposit as security deposit for pay- ment of bills for service as follows. 1. Gas ........ 200.00 2. Water.....200.00 Larry Lee Mayor ATTEST Michelle Singleton City Clerk 9/19/4w TOWN OF CENTREVILLE AMENDMENT TO AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CEMETERY ORDINANCE Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Centreville in Council convened that an Ordinance styled Cemeteries ap- pearing in the Ordinance Book of the You have been made a Defen- dant in the suit filing in this Court by the Plaintiff, Brian Development, L.L.C., seeking to quiet and confirm title to lands located in Wilkinson County, Mississippi described as fol- lows, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the East line of Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 1 West, 19.20 chains South of the quarter corner; thence S 89 45' W 32.60 chains to the center of Thompson Creek; thence N 15 E up the center of the Creek to a point three chains due North of the South line of tract herein described (22 inch white oak X on North side of 1 foot South of line on East bank of creek); thence N 890 45' East 28 chains, more or less, to the East line of Section 33; thence South on Sec- tion Line three chains to the point of beginning, containing ten acres, more or less and being a part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 1 West. Also, beginning at a point on the East line of Section 33, Town- ship 1 North, Range 1 West 3.16 chains South of the quarter corner; thence South 10.04 chains to the Northeast Corner of land conveyed W. L. McGraw on January 20, 1956, by deed of record in Book 4-O, Page 196, Conveyance Records; thence S 89 45' W 28 chains to the cen- ter of Thompson Creek, 22 inch white oak X on North side of 1 foot South on line on East bank of creek; thence Northerly along the center of Thompson Creek to the North line of Southeast Quarter of Section 33; thence S 89 45' E 28.84 chains to a point 3.16 chains West of the quarter corner; thence South 3.16 chains; thence East 3.16 chains to the true point of beginning, containing 40 acres, more or less, being a part of the Southeast Quarter, Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 1 West. Also, one (1) acre in the North- east Comer of Southeast Quarter of Section 33, Township 1 North, Range 1 West, laid off to compro- mise one square acre only, being the same acre of land that was con- veyed Thomas C. James by Wilkin- son County, Mississippi, by deed recorded in Deed Book 4-X, Page 133, Conveyance Records of said County, reference to which is here made for all purposes. Said property s!tuated in Wilkinson County, Mis- Slss=ppL YOU are required to mail or hand deliver a written response to the Complaint filed against you in this action to the Attorney for the Plain- tiffs, David N. Wilkerson, at Post Office Box 1017, Woodville, Missis- sippi 39669. Your response must be mailed or delivered not later than thirty days after the 3rd day of October; 2013, which is the dateoflhe first publica- tion of this summons. You must also file the original of your response with the Clerk of this Court, which is the Wilkinson County Chancery Court, within thirty days as noted herein. Issued under my hand and the seal of said Court, this the 23rd day of September, A.D., 2013. Chancery Clerk Wilkinson County P. O. Box 516 Woodville, MS 39669 BY:/s/Erica S. Jackson DC (SEAL) David N. Wilkerson, Solicitor 10/$/4w IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI CAUSE NO. : 2013-107 ESTATE OF RUFUS COLENBURG, DECEASED NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters of Administration upon the Estate of Rufus Colenburg, De- ceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi on the 23 day of Septem- ber, 2013, all persons having claims against said Estate are hereby noti- fied 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 2013. the 23 day of September, /s/Vickie Colenburg, Viokie Colenburg Administratrix of the Estate of Rufus Colenburg, IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF Deceased WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI 10/3/4w CAUSE NO.: 2013-076 BRIAN DEVELOPMENT, L.L.C.IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF PLAINTIFFWILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI VS. CAUSE NO. : 2013-101 CARRIE AILLET, ANGELA ESTATE OF TOM STIRGUS, C. WILLIAMS, LOUIS OWEN DECEASED DUCOTE, II, THE UNKNOWN NOTICE TO CREDITORS HEIRS AT LAW OF LOUIS OWEN Letters of Administration upon DUCOTE, AND ANY AND ALL the Estate of Tom Stirgus, De- OTHER PERSONS, FIRMS OR ceased, having been granted and CORPORATIONS HAVING ANY issued to the undersigned by the OR CLAIMING ANY LEGAL OR Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson Coun- EQUITABLE INTEREST IN THEty, Mississippi on the 25th day of SURFACE OF THE LAND HEREIN September, 2013, all persons hav- AFTER DESCRIBED ing claims against said Estate are DEFENDANTS hereby notified to have the same SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION probated, registered and allowed by STATE OF MISSISSIPPI the Clerk of said Court within ninety COUNTY OF WILKINSON (90) days from the date of first pub- TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS lication hereof or the same will be AT LAW OF LOUIS OWEN DU- forever barred. This the 25th day of September, COTE, AND ANY AND ALL OTHER 2013. PERSONS, FIRMS OR CORPORA- TIONS HAVING ANY OR CLAIM- /s/Johnny L. Stirgus, ING ANY LEGAL OR EQUITABLE Johnny L. SUrgua, INTEREST IN THE SURFACE OF Administrator of the THE LAND HEREIN AFTER DE-Estate of Tom Stirgus, SCRIBED Deceased 10/3/4w :)rivers -- Class A CDL The Wilkinson County School District is seeking qualified applicants to fill the following position: Middle School Math Teacher Applicants for aforementioned position must hold a valid Mississippi teaching certificate in the area applying for, be a good disciplinarian, and be well-versed in subject area. Applications may be obtained from the Wilkinson County School District, Office of Superintendent, 488 Main Street, Woodville, MS 39669, or on the District website www.wilkinson.k12.ms.us.com Wilkinson County School Board does not offer interim/emergency certificates. Wilkinson County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin, or disability, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minutes Of The On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Wilkinson County Linda Boyd, and carried by unanimous vote, the board Bd. Of Ecuation accepted the donation from Treppendahl's Super Foods. (Continued from Page 7) Superintendent Scott stated that the donation Section 17, Township 2 will be split between the North, Range 1 East on 66 schools' activity funds, and acres: he will publish the revised Herbicide Plus Frank Solicitation Policy in the Buchanan -- $51.41 per newspaper. acre; On motion by Johnny Timber Investment Smallwood, seconded by Managers, LLC- $52.00 Linda Boyd, and carried per acre; by unanimous vote, the Provine Helicopters- board approved the fo1- $55.00 per acre. lowing request for salvage A motion was made by delete: (here follows list of Johnny Smallwood to award requests.) the bid of $51.41 per acre to Superintendent Scott Herbicide Plus Frank Bu- recommended the following chanan. Said motion was individuals for employment seconded by Billy\Spiller for the 2013-2014 school and carried unanimously, year: Section 27, Township 4 Markeitha Tickles, Sub- North, Range 1 East on 81 stitute Teacher, Retroactive acres: to August 9, 2013; Herbicide Plus Frank Naomi Dunbar, Title I Buchanan -- $71.85 per Office Part Time Custodian, acre; Retroactive to July 1, 2013; Timber Investment Annie Doherty, Bus Managers, LLC -- $75.00 Driver, Retroactive to Au- per acre; gust 14, 2013; Provine Helicopters -- Gwendolyn Vanderson, $78.50 per acre. Technology Coordinator, A motion was made by Retroactive to August 5, Johnny Smallwood to award 2013; the bid of $71.85 per acre to Linda Lee, Testing Coor- Herbicide Plus Frank Bu- dinator, Retroactive to Au- chanan. Said motion was gust 9, 2013. seconded by Billy Spiller A motion was made by and carried unanimously. Johnny Smallwood to ap- On motion by Johnny prove the recommenda- Smallwood, seconded by tion for employment for Billy Spiller, and carried by the 2013-2014 school year. unanimous vote, the board Said motion was seconded granted authority for the by Linda Boyd and carded following authorization of unanimously. services: On motion by Linda Timber Sales: Boyd, seconded by Fannie Section 30, Township 1 Bateaste, and carried by North, Range 1 East -- Re- unanimous vote, the board generation on 58 acres; adopted the Speech, Lan- Section 30, Township guage, Voice, and Fluency 1 North, Range 1 East -- Disorders Policy. Thinning on 41 acres; On motion by Billy Spill- Section 16, Township er, seconded by Linda Boyd, 3 North, Range 1 East -- and carried by unanimous Thinning on 68 acres; vote, the student transfer Section 17, Township request for Charrington 2 North, Range 1 East -- A. Huff to McComb Public Thinning on 40 acres; Schools was approved. Section 18, Township Superintendent Scott 2 North, Range 1 East -- stated that the student and Thinning on 49 acres; employee handbooks have Section 15, Township been revised for the 2013- 3 North, Range 1 West- 2014 school year. Some Thinning on 67 acres: important updates include Prescribed Burning: the following: 1) the 63% Section 22, Township 1 instructional day in order North, Range 3 West-- Site for students to be reported Preparation on 71 acres; as present; 2) the students Section 16, Township 3 have to be able to read on North, Range 1 East -- Site the 3rd grade level in order Preparation on 94 acres, to be promoted to the 4th Boundary Lines: grade, regardless of their Se.'tion 27, Township grades; 3) the revised so- 4 North, Range ! East..:=.~ lici~a~ion,,pelioy;,and 4),he,! four (4) miles; dress code. Section 16, Township On motion by Linda 2 North, Range 2 West -- Boyd, seconded by Fan- four (4)miles; nie Bateaste, and carried Section 26, Township by unanimous vote, the 1 North, Range 2 West -- 2013-2014 student and four (4) miles, employee handbooks were On motion by Linda approved. Boyd, seconded by Billy Board President Charlie Spiller, and carried by Floyd stated that he would unanimous vote, the board like for the students to be granted authority for the exposed to visits by suc- following work to be done cessful individuals from our by vendors: school district. He recom- Herbicide Work: mended recruiting doctors, Section 30, Township attorneys and other profes- 4 North, Range 3 West -- sionals in order for our stu- thirty-three (33) acres, dents to hear their stories. Planting: A brief discussion followed. Section 30, Township On motion by Linda 4 North, Range 3 West -- Boyd, seconded by Fannie thirty-three (33)acres; Bateaste, and carded by Section 14, Township 3 unanimous vote, the board North, Range 4 West -- six- approved the revised Solici- ty-six (66) acres, tation Policy. There were no bids on On motion by Fan- Educational Contractual nie Bateaste, seconded by Services at this time. Bids Linda Boyd, and carried by will be received at the next unanimous vote, the Board regular board meeting, went into Executive Ses- sion. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the Board came out of Executive Ses- sion. On the recommenda- LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF CONTRACT Notice is hereby given that the contract between the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, on the one part, and Dozer, LLC, on the other part, dated 04/13/12, for the construction of Proj- ect No. LSBP 79 19 being a section of Coons Mill in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, has been fully and com- pletely performed and final settle- ment thereunder has been made on 07/25/2013. This notice is given under Sec- tion 31-5-53, Mississippi Code of 1972, in pursuance of the authority conferred upon me by order of the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, in Minute Book 3H, Page. Dated this 23rd day of Septem- ber, 2013. /s/Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. by Katrina Hunter, DC Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Wilkinson County, Mississippi 10/3/lw McComb, MS HUNTING LAND NEEDED!I! Have qualified buyers looking for hunting land. Several 40ac- lOOac clients, 500ac- 1000ac clients, and many in between. Call Alan 601-249-8436 or emaih olan@ dougrushingreolty.com tion of Charles E. Johnson, Principal of Finch Elemen- tary School, Superinten- dent Scott recommended to terminate the employment of Sharnett Russell as a teacher for the 2013-2014 school year. A motion was made by Johnny Smallwood to ap- prove the recommendation of termination for the 2013- 2014 school year. Said mo- tion was seconded by Linda Boyd and carried unani- mously. On the recommendation of Charles E. Johnson, Prin- cipal of Finch Elementary School, Superintendent Scott recommended Peggy Howle for employment as a teacher for the 2013-2014 school year. A motion was made by Johnny Smallwood to ap- prove the recommenda- tion for employment for the 2013-2014 school year. Those voting "aye" are Johnny Smallwood, Billy Spiller, Fannie Bateaste, and Charlie Floyd. Linda Boyd abstained from voting. Superintendent Scott recommended the following individuals for employment for the 2013-2014 school year: Julius Anderson -- As- sistant Middle School Foot- ball Coach and Head Mid- dle; School Boys Basketball Coach, Retroactive to Au- gust 9, 2013; Kenneth Brown -- Ath- letic Director, Head Varsity Football Coach, and Head Varsity Boys Track and Field Coach, Retroactive to August 9, 2013; Alvin Fosselman III -- Assistant Varsity Football Coach and Powerlii%ng Coach; Retroactive to Au- gust 9, 2013; Trimeka Gaines -- Head Varsity Girls Basket- ball Coach, Retroactive to August 9, 2013; Keairra Jones -- Assis- tant Girls Track & Field Coach, Retroactive to Au- gust 9, 2013; Alicia Packnett -- AS- sistant Varsity and Middle School Girls Basketball Coach, Retroactive to Au- gust 9, 2013; Tyrone Perry -- As- sistant Varsity Football Coach and Head Middle School Track & Field Coach, Retroactive to Au- gust 9, 2013; Terry Veal -- Head Mid- dle School Football Coach and Head Varsity~ Boys B~sketball Coach,'Retroac- tive to August 9, 2013; Latasha Williams -- AS- sistant Middle School Girls Basketball Coach and AS- sistant Girls Track and Field Coach, Retroactive to August 9, 2013. Alpha Young -- Head Varsity Girls Track and Field Coach, Retroactive to August 9, 2013. A motion was made by Johnny Smallwood to ap- prove the recommendations for the 2013-2014 school year. Said motion was sec- onded by Linda Boyd and carried unanimously. On motion by Johnny Smallwood, seconded by Billy Spiller, and carried by unanimous vote, the meet- ing adjourned. Charlie Floyd, President Wilkinson County Board of Education Linda Boyd, Secretary Wilkinson County Board of Education Timothy T. Scott, Superintendent Wilkinson County Board of Education 10/03/13 Home il' SKINNER AC & ELECTRIC, LLC Eric & l ney Skinner- 345 College Street- Woodville Phone 601-888-4834 Service Your Now System Cooler W thm" Is Its WayH! Let us check your heaters for safety & efficiency! OeWll'al Air Hea4b Q godTs Appllame F, ,pair/AU Brads Wiml0w Air 001difi0mnl & Ele ,Me, al Work VISA/Mastercard Accepted