Warren County supervisors agenda items

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Meeting Tuesday, Warren County supervisors:

• Approved payback of a $1,059.75 interfund loan to the general fund from the garbage fund.

The funds had been moved Jan. 4 to cover the most recent shortfall in monies collected from commercial and private garbage haulers outside Vicksburg city limits.

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•  Approved checks for $28,750 to Billy Walker, attorney Ferris Crisler and for $2,062.50 to Rayburn and Associates to cover down payment assistance and administrative costs related to the count’s participation in the 2009 HOME Program.

A spending report on local participation for the Mississippi Development Authority was also approved. The program is geared to assist first-time homebuyers with initial costs.

• Approved adjustments to the real and personal property tax rolls. Actions on 13 parcels on the real property roll amounted to a net decrease of $827,673. Those on 12 parcels on the personal property roll amounted to a net decrease of $333,594.

• Accepted Old Woolly Ridge as the name of a new private road off Redbone Road.

• Reappointed Fred Davis to the Culkin Water Board and approved Edward McKnight to replace Fred Baldwin on the water district’s advisory panel. Baldwin resigned Dec. 31.

• Approved a right-of-entry agreement from Ardaman & Associates. The Florida firm is doing a two-year soil stability study commissioned jointly by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development and the Mississippi Department of Transportation to measure ground movement at river banks near the Interstate 20 and old U.S. 80 bridges.