Supervisors meet Monday

Published 3:23 am Sunday, October 5, 2008

The Pearl River County Board of Supervisors meet at 9 a.m. Monday in the old court house.

Included on the agenda are:

Sheriff’s personnel

Consider application for emergency work.

Consider payment to KanDuit Construction for new trustee’s dormitory.

Consider issuing check for error to resolution board for special election.

Consider right-of-way easement for the Utility Authority.

Consider planning and development matters:

— Parcel split of D. Dennis on White Chapel Road in Carriere.

— President to sign MDA planning grant reimbursement.

MDA letter in regards to smart code plan

Consider emergency management matters:

—Derby VFD board of commissioners.

— Discussion of annual payment to satellite internet provider Skycasters.

Consider Tax Collector/Assessor matters:

— Petty cash account.

— Final list of bad checks for FY07-08.

— Tax strike.

— Petition for reduction of assessment.

— Send delinquent mobile home prior years’ taxes to SMS for collection.

— Mobile home deletions, additions and cancellations.

— Delinquent mobile home and personal property taxes report.

Special community disaster loan annual financial report.

Consider adolescent offender program requests:

— Mandt up-date expense.

— Public restrooms.

M. Gipson status of gate removal.

SPCA agreement for FY 2009.

Partners for Pearl River County memorandum of understanding.

Poplarville adopting ad valorem tax millage.

Picayune school bus turnaround add on master list 08-09.

Lumberton school bus turnaround add on master list 08-09

Central landfill tonnage for August.

Library board district appointee, James A. Williams Jr.

Staff salary increases for judges’ offices.

ARC of Pearl River County.

Picayune school leases.

Consider board minutes for July and August.

Consider bond resolution.

County administrator’s monthly reports.

Monthly reports from Nicholson VFD for September and from PPRC activity report for August.

Consider going into executive session on personnel matter for fair grounds manager.

Consider travel requests.