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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 22, 2015 Page 9 IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF SAMMY LOU JOHNSTON, DECEASED CAUSE NUMBER: 2015-215 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Letters Testamentary upon the Estate of Sammy Lou Johnston, De- ceased, having been granted and issued to the undersigned by the Chancery Court of Wilkinson Coun- ty, Mississippi on the 22nd day of ~, 2015, all persons hav- ing 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 22nd day of ~, 2015. /s/Gerald Ewinq Johnston, Jr. GERALD EWING JOHNSTON, JR. /s/Terry Lee Johnston TERRY LEE JOHNSTON /s/Patti D. Johnston Hughes PATTI D. JOHNSTON HUGHES 10/1, 10/8, 10/15, 10/22/15 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE WHEREAS, under date of Sep- tember 20, 2004, ROLLINS FU- NERAL HOME, INC., executed that certain Deed of Trust on the property hereinafter described to Teresa W. McGehee, as Trustee, United Missis- sippi Bank, as beneficiary, said Deed of Trust being recorded in Deed of Trust Book 192, at Page 336, of the records in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, and which said Deed of Trust secures the promissory note and indebtedness therein described and referred to; and WHEREAS, by instrument dated November 2, 2012, and recorded in Book 1, at Page 492 of the records in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi, the said United Mississippi Bank substituted Bruce M. Kuehnle, Jr., as Trustee in and for the above de- scribed Deed of Trust; and WHEREAS, default now exists under the terms and provisions of said Deed of Trust and the promis- sory note which it secures, and said Deed of Trust, as modified, now continuing, the said United Missis- sippi Bank, as beneficiary, and as the lawful holder of the promissory note and Deed of Trust hereinabove described, having requested and di- rected me as Substitute Trustee to foreclosure said Deed of Trust as by law and said Deed of Trust provided; NOW, THEREFORE, I, the un- dersigned Bruce M. Kuehnle, Jr., as Substitute Trustee, will on the 29th day of October, 2015, at the West Front door of the Wilkinson County Courthouse, situated in the Town of Woodville, Mississippi, during legal hours, offer for sale at public outcry and will sell and convey to the high- est and best bidder for cash, all of the following describedreal property, together with all buildings and im- provements thereon situated, lying and being in the County of Wilkinson, State of Mississippi, more particu- larly described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner Square 7, Division 2 of the Town of Woodvitle, and being corner of Second South Street and Sligo Street; thence East along Second South Street 98 feet to stake; thence South 150 feet; thence West 98 feet to Sligo Street; thence North along East margin of Sligo Street 150 feet to point of beginning, and being the West 98 feet to the North 150 feet of Lot 3, Square 7, Division 2 of the Town of Woodville. I will sell and convey only such title as is vested in me as Substitute Trustee. Witness my signature, this the 29th day of September, 2015. BRUCE M. KUEHNLE, JR., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE I CERTIFY THAT I HAVE THIS DAY POSTED THE ABOVE NO- TICE AT THE WILKINSON COUN- TY COURTHOUSE, THIS THE 4th DAY OF MARCH, 2015. 10/8, BRUCE M. KUEHNLE, JR., SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE 10/151 10/22, 10/29/15 Initiative Measure #42 & Alternative Measure #42A Public Education Funding Initiative Measure #42 BALLOT TITLE: Should the State be required to provide for the support of an adequate and efficient system of free public schools? BALLOT SUMMARY: Initiative #42 would protect each child's fun- damental right to educational op- portunity through the 12th grade by amending Section 201 of the Missis- sippi Constitution to require that the State must provide and the legisla- ture must fund an adequate and ef- ficient system of free public schools. This initiative would also authorize the chancery courts of this State to enforce this section with appropriate injunction relief. Section 201. Educational op- portunity for public school children "To protect each child's fundamental right to educational opportunity, the State shall provide for the establish- ment, maintenance and support of an adequate and efficient system of free public schools. The chancery courts of the State shall have the power to enforce this section with appropriate injunctive relief." Fiscal Analysis Prepared by the Mississippi Leg- islative Budget Office Because this proposed amend- ment shifts funding decisions from the Legislature to the court system, it is impossible to provide a specific fiscal impact of Initiative 42. If the court system, acting under the new authority granted by Initiative 42, required K-12 Public Education be funded at the amount called for by the statutory Mississippi Adequate Education Program, the Legislature would need to appropriate an ad- ditional $201,031,129 above the Fis- cal Year 2016 budgeted amount. Fiscal Year 2016 revenues are not adequate to support this funding increase without the Legislature hav- ing to cut agency budgets or identify new sources of revenue (such as fees or tax increase) to comply with the court's dictate. PRO Argument Initiative 42 is the only choice on the, ballot that protects the quality of our Mississippi public schools by providing a specific remedy if the Legislature continues to break its 1997 promise to provide adequate funding. In 1997 the Legislature promised that each public school district would receive at least enough money to fund an education program that was "adequate." Adequate was defined in terms of expenditures of average districts. But the Legislature has only provided adequate funding twice in 18 years. As a result, per pupil expenditures in Mississippi are as much as 30 % lower than those in surrounding states. We cannot com- pete with those states for business unless we can provide our children with resources that match them. In our constitutional system, only the courts have the power to inves- tigate the facts and hold the Legis- lature accountable. Initiative 42 will allow a district whose children are denied an "adequate and efficient" education to bring suit in chancery court against the State. It does not say which chancery court. Ultimately the nine elected members of the Mississippi Supreme Court will de- termine the issue. More than 120,000 supporters of public education, including sup- porters of publicly-funded charter schools, signed petitions to put initia- tive 42 on the ballot. It enjoys support in all parts of the state. No one signed a petition for Initiative 42A. It calls for an "effec- tive" education but does not define that term. It is a legislative maneuver designed to keep Initiative 42 from getting the percentage of all those voting necessary to amend the con- stitution. Initiative 42 witl be the first choice on the top of the constitutional amendment ballot. "On top" is where our children deserve to be. Vote to put them there. By: Luther T. Munford Sponsor, Initiative Measure #42 CON Argument Most agree that stronger state support for public education is cen- tral to improving the quality of life of Mississippians. The Legislature is obviously of that mindset; witness the historic level of its appropriations to the K-12 system in PY15 - some $106 million new dollars! The disagreement lies in how that support can best be achieved. Proponents of Initiative 42 would seek to accomplish it through the courts; whereas, many state lead- ers fear "unintended consequences" would likely result from its passage - among them: - A dangerous precedent of con- ducting the State's business through the judiciary. A cornerstone of de- mocracy is the separation of powers between executive, legislative and judicial branches. Initiative 42 would cause what is properly the function of the legislature - the appropriation of PRO Argument Our kids deserve EFFFECTIVE schools. Common sense says this won't happen just by pumping more of your taxes into the current system, which is all Initiative 42 would do. Alternative Measure 42A is not a trick, but a viable proposal to foster EFFECTIVE public schools. There is something tricky going on, however. It is Initiative 42's deceitful "bait and switch" scam to sneakily change our Constitution to allow a LAWSUIT to control state and local education policy (not just funding). To convince 116,670 Mississip- plans to sign petitions last year, organizers claimed ("THE BAIT") that Initiative 42 would simply require leg- islators to put 25% of revenue growth into the education funding formula for seven(7) years to "fully fund" it by 2022. (In fact, the Legislature more than doubled that for 2015-16, spending MILLIONS MORE on pub- lic education than ever before.) And, despite anything you've been told, Initiative 42 contains NO "growth trigger" and NO "phase-in" provisions AT ALL. What Initiative 42 would really do ("THE SWITCH") is create a brand new constitutional right to SUE in a Hinds County court to force immedi- ate funding in whatever amount a judge decides. Initiative 42 zealots hid this reckless agenda last year when they misled thousands of hon- est citizens to sign their petitions, its proponents don't want you to know that Initiative 42 would give a JUDGE you can't even vote for the power to SPEND your tax dollars without any accountability to you, the taxpayer. And don't be mocked by liberal elitists who say you don't understand what the word "effective" means. An "effective" school is simply one that teaches like it's supposed to, and where kids learn as they should. It you're truly FED UP with being ranked 50th in America, then vote FOR Alternative Measure 42A, and give Mississippi I~ids EFFECTIVE public schools. By: Rep. Greg Snowden (R- Meridian) Speaker Pro Tempore Author of HCR 9 (Alternative Measure #42A) CON Argument Initiative 42A has been put on the ballot by the legislature for one purpose and one purpose only: To divide the supporters of public edu- cation so that Initiative 42 will not get the percentage of all those voting necessary to amend the constitution. In other words, it is a trick. Do not fall for it. Voters will have two choices. The first choice is whether to amend the constitution by initiative. The constitution needs to be amend- ed because at present it gives the legislature control over public school funding without any accountability. Vote "for" for the use of initiative to amend the constitution. Second, the ballot will offer vot- ers a choice between Initiative 42, which would require an "adequate and efficient" free public school sys- tem, and Initiative 42A, which would require and "effective" system. Either one would have to be enforced by the courts. The legislative authors of Initia- tive 42A did not put it forward in the hope that it would pass. They do not know what an "effective" system would be. The courts have never defined that term. Rather, the purpose of Initiative 42A is to split the vote of those who favor an amendment so that neither amendment is adopted. Vote "for" Initiative 42 only. That is a vote for a strong public school system that will help Mississippi compete with other states for good jobs. Do not be tricked. funds - to be conducted by a court. By: Luther T. Munford That would diminish our.vita! checks- Spor~sor, Initia, tive- Measure #42. and-balances system o:f g0vernment. " i0/8, 10/15, 10/22/i5 - Despite 42's backers arguing that fully funding MAEP could be IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF phased in over seven years, there WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI is no compulsion for the court to ESTATE OF REGGY CLEMON embrace that plan. The court could CUPIT, DECEASED decide to fully fund MAEP imme- CAUSE NO. 2015-213 diately or exceed that level. Why? NOTICE TO CREDITORS Because the Court, rather than the Letters of Administration upon Legislature, would have the discre- the Estate of Reggy Clemon Cupit, tion to fiscally define an "adequate Deceased, having been granted and and efficient' education. Also, key issued to the undersigned by the legislators have already stated that Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, if 42 passes, they would vote to Mississippi on the 1st day of Octo- fully fund MAEP immediately. In that be rr, 2015, all persons having claims case, most other state agencies, against said Estate are hereby noti- such as community colleges, uni- fled to have the same probated, versities, Transportation and Correc- registered and allowed by the Clerk tions, would be cut by 7.8% or more. of said Court within ninety (90) days K-12 is inarguably a foundation- from the date of first publication al plank in Mississippi's economic hereof or the same will be forever development platform. But for our barred. state to be successful in growing This the 1st day of October, our economy, we also need more 2015. college graduates with contempo- /s/Reggie Ricky Cupit rary job skills, better roads, higher Reggie Ricky Cupit, quality public health, fewer inmates Administrator of the Estate etc. Moreover, in addressing our of Reggy Clemon Cupit, challenges, it's important to do so Deceased in a financial responsible way, so 10/8, 10/15, 10/22, 10/29/15 as not to fall victim to the budgetary nightmares currently plaguing other THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI states. WILKINSON COUNTY It we're truly "all in this together," NOTICE TO BIDDERS then we must focus on the improve- The Wilkinson County Board of ment of all public services. Initiative Supervisors gives notice of their in- 42 won't accomplish that. tent to borrow in anticipation of ad By: Dr. Scott Elliott valoram taxes as follows: President, The sum of seven hundred Meridian Commuriity College fifty thousand and No/lO0 Dollars ($750,000.00) to be evidenced by Alternative Measure #42A two (2) promissory notes of $375,000 each, one dated October 30, 2015, BALLOT TITLE: Should the Leg- and the other dated November 30, islature provide for the establishment 2015, and which both will mature and support of effective free pub- and be payable on or before April lic schools without judicial enforce- 1, 2016. ment? Bids from lenders to loan such BALLOT SUMMARY: This con- funds to the County should be de- stitutional amendment is proposed livered on or before 9:30 a.m. on as a legislative alternative measure October 29, 2015, to the Clerk of to Initiative #42 and would require the Chancery Court at the Wilkinson the Legislature to provide, by general County Courthouse stating the inter- law, for the establishment, mainte- est rate offered and other terms of nance and support of an effective the loan. system of free public schools. The Board of Supervisors re- Section 201. "The Legislature serves the right to reject any and shall, by general law, provide for all bids. the establishment, maintenance and This the 5th day of September, support of an effective system of free A.D. 2015. public schools. /s/W. Bruce Lewis Fiscal Analysis W. Bruce Lewis, Prepared by the Mississippi Leg- County Administrator islative Budget Office 10/8/3w There is no determinable cost or revenue impact associated with this initiative. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE OF RUTH FLOWERS Wilkinson County Calendar Of Events To add events please call 601-888-4293 6"r email wrepublican@bellsouth.net by noon Friday OCTOBER 19-23 House of Prayer, Fall Revival, Pastor Otis Sullivan, 7 pm 24 Macedonia BC, Annual Musical Program, The Shining Stars, 3 pm 24 Mt. Zion CME Church, Annual Usher Ministry Program, Dr. John Honeysucker, 7 pm 25 Shiloh MBC, Annual Homecoming Celebration, Guest/Rev. Matthew Madden + choir, 3 pm 25 Kingsford BC, Annual Homecoming Program, Pastor Allen Handy, Casual Day, noon 27 St. Matthew #1 BC, Annual Homecoming Program,Rev. William Wells, noon NOVEMBER 0 Hwy. Patrol-Drivers Licenses/IDs, No longer coming to Woodville. 1 Moming Star BC, Christian @ The Clock Program, Rev. Robert Strickland, 3 pm 3 Mt. Olive BC, Mt. Olive Burial Assoc. Meeting, 4 pm 4 Veteran's Service Office, Wilkinson County Courthouse, Open Every Wednesday, 8 am-4 pm 7 St. Luke BC #1,4 Gospel Writers Program, Rev. Charles Bell, 6 pm 9 TRIAD-S.A.L.T. Meeting, Wilk. Co. Sheriffs Complex, Hwy. 61 S., 10 am 11 Veteran's Service Office, Wilkinson County Courthouse, Open Every Wednesday, 8 am-4 pm\ WELSH, DECEASED RE: LARRY CUNTON FLOWERS, IlL CAUSE NO.: 2015-214 ~UMMONS STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: The Heirs at Law of Larry Clinton Flowers, III. You have been made a Defen- dant in the suit filed in this Court by Sarah K. Smith and Claudia Carter Reed, Co-Executors of the Estate of Ruth Flowers Welsh, together with Hermine Mary Flowers, seeking the adjudication of the heirship of Larry Clinton Flowers, III, Deceased.. You are summoned to appear and defend against the Petition To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of Larry Clinton Flowers, III, filed against you in this action at 9:30 o'clock a. m. on the 25th day of November, 2015, in the courtroom of the Wilkinson County Courthouse at Woodville, Mississippi, and in case of your fail- ure to appear and defend, a Judg- ment will be entered against you for the money and other things demand- ed in the Petition To Adjudicate Heirs At Law Of Larry Clinton Flowers, II1. 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 "12 day of Oc- tobe[, 2015. Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. By: Aouino Sanders DC Thomas C. Tolliver, Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk (Seal) 10/15. 10/22, 10/29. 11/5/15 Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. DID YOU KNOW On December 16, 1997, the Mississippi Public Service Commis- sion designated Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. an "Eligible Telecom- munications Carrier" for its service area for Universal Service Fund pur- poses and programs. The goal of universal service is to provide all Mississippi citizens access to es- sential telecommunications services. Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. provides single party touchtone service to residential and business customers (with unlimited local call- ing) at rates of $16.00 per month for residential customers and $17.32 -- $24.40 per month for business customers. This includes access to: Voice grade access to the pub- lic switch; Emergency services; Toll limitation service for quail- tying low-income consumers. Use of these services may result in added charges. In addition, Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. provides one copy of its annual local directory free without charge. Touchtone service is avail- able at no additional charge. Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. would be pleased to provide you with specific rates for your area upon request. Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. also offers qualified custom- ers Lifeline service. Lifeline is a non-transferable, federal benefit that makes monthly telephone service more affordable on one wireless OR one home telephone, but not both. Based on the income-related eligibil- ity criteria described below, you may qualify for this program. This means you may receive a monthly credit for your voice telephone service. This Lifeline service also includes toll blocking to qualifying customers without charge. The current discount provided under the Company's Lifeline ser- vice is $9.25 per month for each month that the customer qualifies. To receive this discount, an individ- ual, a dependent or someone in the household must participate in one of the following federal assistance programs: "Medicaid; Supplemen- tal Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as Food Stamps; ,Supplemental Security In- come; Federal Public Housing As- sistance (Section 8); Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program; National School Lunch Program's free lunch program; or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families." Or, the total, household income must be at or below 135% of the federal poverty guidelines.. Other terms and conditions ap- ply. For example, customers must apply for Lifeline and provide proof of eligibility before receiving the Life Line Assistance Credit. Customers must also recertity their continued eligibility every year. Additionally as long as a qualified individual agrees to toll blocking, that individual is not required to pay a deposit prior to our service being offered. A complete set of terms for these programs is avail- able at Franklin Telephone Company Commercial offices. Please call Franklin Telephone Company, Inc. at 1-877-422-1212 or write us at P. O. Box 278, Meadville, MS 39653 or visit our web-site at http://www.franklintelephone.com for additional information or with ques- tions. We encourage you to contact Franklin Telephone Company if you believe you qualify for Lifeline. 10/22/lw IN THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI RE: PETITION OF MCGOWAN WORKING PARTNERS, INC., FOR EXTENSION OF INACTIVE WELL STATUS: WILKINSON COUNTY - LAKE MARY FIELD E. M. KEE 1 WELL E. M. KEE 4-A WELL DOCKET NO. 475-2015-D NOTICE TO ALL SURFACE owN- ERS, MINERAL OWNERS, AND OPERATORS IN THE FOLLOW- ING FIELD(S), AND ANY OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSIS- SIPPI, TO-WIT: WILKINSON COUNTY - LAKE MARY FIELD E. M. KEE 1 WELL, SECTION 29, T3N, R4W E. M. KEE 4-A WELL, SECTION 29, T3N, R4W Take notice that McGowan Working Partners, Inc. has filed a Petition and Application with the State Oil and Gas Board of Missis- sippi under Docket No. listed above requesting an extension of inactive well status for the above listed wells. The Petition will be heard by the Board at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 18th day of November, 2015, in Suite E, 500 Greymont Avenue, Jackson, Mississippi, at which time and place you may appear and contest said matter. If you intend to contest the dock- et or request a continuance you must notify the Board and the Petitioner's representative of your intention in writing not later than 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 continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt orders concerning a Petition which may differ from the relief re- quested by the Petitioner, and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropri- ate in accordance with the evidence presented. s/Lisa Ivshin SUPERVISOR STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD DAVID K. MCGOWAN AI-FORNEY AT LAW 1845 CRANE RIDGE DR JACKSON, MS 39216 TELEPHONE: (601) 982-3444 MSB #2619 10/22/lw IN THE STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD OF MISSISSIPPI RE: PETITION OF MCGOWAN PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LANDS IN WILKINSON COUNTY, MISSIS- SIPPI, TO-WIT: WILKINSON COUNTY -- NORTH MUD CREEK FIELD ANDERSON "B" 1 WELL, SEC- TION 11, T3N, R1W ANDERSON "E" 1 WELL, SEC- TION 11, T3N, RlW CROSBY FOSTER CREEK "L" 3 WELL, SECTION 11, T3N, RlW Take notice that McGowan Working Partners, Inc. has filed a Petition and Application with the State Oil and Gas Board of Missis- sippi under Docket No. listed above requesting an extension of inactive well status for the above listed wells. The Petition will be heard by the Board at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 18th day of November, 2015, in Suite E, 500 Greymont Avenue, Jackson, Mississippi, 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 Peti- tioner's representative of your inten- tion in writing not later than 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 continuance. You are advised the Board may adopt orders concerning a Petition which may differ from the relief re- quested by the Petitioner, and the Board will enter such order or orders as in its judgment may be appropri- ate in accordance with the evidence presented. s/Lisa Ivshin SUPERVISOR STATE OIL AND GAS BOARD DAVID K. MCGOWAN ATFORNEY AT LAW 1845 CRANE RIDGE DR JACKSON, MS 39216 TELEPHONE: (601) 982-3444 MSB #2619 10/22/lw IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF WI~ COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI IN THE MA'n'ER OF THE GUARDIANSHIP OF GREGORY FLOWERS, III, A MINOR CAUSE NO. 2008-131 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI TO: GREGORY A. FLOWERS, JR. Address Unknown NOTICE TO DEFENDANT(S) You have been made a part in the action filed in this court by Rashonda Flowers, as Petitioner for Gregory Flowers, Ill, a minor seek- ing a Petition for Authority to Settle Unliquidated Claim of Minor. You are summoned to appear and defend against the petition in this action before the honorable E.Vincent Davis at 9:30 a.m. on the 2nd day of December, 2015, in the courtroom of the Wilkinson County Courthouse in Woodville, Missis- sippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend a judgement will be entered against you for the money or other things demanded in the petition. You are not required to file an answer or other pleading but you may do so if you desire. Issued under my hand and the seal of said Court, this 12 day of OctobeL 2015. /s/Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. By Aquino Sanders DC Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mis- sissippi (SEAL) 10/22/, 10/29, 11/5/15 WORKING PARTNERS, ,NC, FOR ~ ~i~e I~ EXTENSION OF INACTIVE WELL STATUS: WILKINSON COUNTY - NORTH MUD CREEK FIELD ANDERSON "B" 1 WELL ANDERSON "E" 1 WELL .... CROSBY F(~TER CREEK "L" 3 WELL DOCKET NO. 476-2015-D NOTICE TO ALL SURFACE OWN- ERS, MINERAL OWNERS, AND OPERATORS IN THE FOLLOW- ING FIELD(S), AND ANY OTHER iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii ii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiiii I want to thank the voters of the 1st District for allowing me to serve as your supervisor for the past four years. I have worked hard to earn your confidence. If re.elected, I will continue to work for the good of all of the people of the 1st District and Wilkinson County by initiating projects such as the recent overlaying of Rolling Hills Subdivision and the Jackson Louisiana Road and the replace- ment of two bridges. I want to see Wilkinson County grow and be a good place for families to live and work. Please give me your vote, and together we will keep work- ing to improve our great county. Respectfully, Wil Seal I am actively working with Governor's TMS Task Force to bring industry to Wilkinson County to create needed jobs I am experienced in working with heavy equipment I am available to work with the people of this county I am working to get our county finances in good condition I am working diligently with the Wilkinson County School District I am working to create recreational activities for our youth On November 3 vote for the candidate who has the First District and Wilkinson County at heart! VOTE Submitted, Approved and Paid for by the candidate.