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Warren County Board of Supervisors Meeting – March 21, 2011




  • monthly disposition report
  • listing of unmarked patrol cars
  • purchase of service revolver by retiring Deputy Sheriff Michael Hollingsworth
  • John Smith, County Administrator presented the following:
    • Approve request of Loretta Brantley, Accounting/Payroll Clerk, for authorization to make correcting general ledger account entries to correct error
    • Authorize the issuance of check to Riverhills Bank to pay tax anticipation note * from General Fund, amount of $1,754,608.81
    • Approve changes to the Personnel Policy concerning “Recruiting Job Applications” * rescind Personal Policy changes found in the minutes dated August 1, 2005 * approve “Recruiting Job Applicants” policy which was the original policy of the Board of Supervisors prior to the August 1, 2005 policy change
    • Receive proposals for Administrative and Engineering for CDBG Project
    John Smith on the behalf of Dot McGee, Chancery Clerk, presented the following for approval and acceptance:
    • Vicksburg Bridge Commission Claims Docket for the month of February 2011
    • Vicksburg Bridge Commission minutes for February 9, 2011
    After the recess, wherein Ms. Carolyn Brown was to be awarded her certificate, the Supervisors reconvened to receive bids for the maintenance of the Eagle Lake Boat Landing. There were seven sealed bids, each opened by Ms. Tonga Vinson and accepted for consideration.  The table below details the bids. All companies report to be Vicksburg based businesses with the exception of Amazing Shine Janitorial Service, which is reportedly a Clinton-based business. Upon certifying that each bid was properly opened and accepted for consideration, the Board of Supervisors received proposals for funding a project to pave areas of Forest Cove and Fairways Drive. The proposals for the line of credit needed to fund the project were: Trustmark Bank:  3.31% River Hills Bank: Non Revolving Line of Credit – 1.35%, Described Line of Credit – 3.7% Guaranty Bank & Trust: 3.9% The Board of Supervisors then went into executive session to discuss litigation over redistricting and a personnel matter.]]]]> ]]>

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