The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors spent most of their time during last Monday’s meeting working on the upcoming 2019-2020 Fiscal Year budget, which they expect to approve next Monday.

There will not be an ad valorum tax increase, according to County Administrator Jeff Mayo.

During last week’s meeting, the board finalized the 2019 Personal Property Tax Rolls. Supervisors also accepted a Museum Council budget request which will be the same amount as last year.

Supervisors received approval for a modification to the Solid Waste Management Plan that will allow expansion of the on-site industrial landfill at the Weyerhaeuser Co. facility.

Supervisors also approved a motion to repair to a piece of machinery belonging to the county road department.