Supervisors discuss paving at bi-monthly meeting

Published 8:05 am Tuesday, July 20, 2021

The Jefferson Davis County Board of Supervisors met Monday for their second July meeting. Most of the meeting was spent discussing the upcoming paving project for the county. Paving will begin in District 5 on July 27, but could be delayed due to weather conditions. Equipment and manpower from all five districts will assist in the paving until roads in each district have been completed. “It will take all of us together to have enough trucks and men to haul the rock, run the equipment and help with traffic,” said District 1 Supervisor Corky Holliman. “It takes all of us working together.”

The Supervisors ask that you use caution in the areas where workers and equipment are present.

The most traveled roads with the worst road conditions in each district will be resurfaced, according to the Supervisors.

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In other business, the Board approved the following without opposition:

  • Approve minutes
  • Approve entering into the minutes Certificate on the Recapitulation of the Real and Personal Assessment Rolls
  • Approve authorizing advertising for bids – Countywide paving 2021
  • Approve accepting vegetative debris at landfill from commercial source in Simpson County with tipping fee
  • Approve submission of ERBR application for 2021on Sam Graham Road with Board President signing
  • Approve accepting bid on EWP project – District 4
  • Approve Resolution for John Hooker – District 5
  • Approve employees attending meetings and conventions
    • Kelsea Brown, MS Justice Court Clerks Annual Convention
    • Harold Rhodes, Constable Board Meeting
  • Approve Employee Action Form – District 5 hiring of Kevin Williams
  • Approve spreading into the minutes employee action form—Sheriff Department hiring of Tasha McRay
  • Approve payment to Magco for ERBR-33—Jones Ford Rd
  • Approve Board President signing support agreement with Delta Computer Systems for office software
  • Approve claims
  • Approve payment of invoices from storms