Hospital to purchase Holland store site

Hospital to purchase Holland store site

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The Board of Supervisors approved a motion during its Nov. 7 meeting to authorize Neshoba County General Hospital and Nursing Home to purchase the property at the corner of Holland Avenue and Dallas Street.

The cost will be $200,000. This is the site of the old Medical Supply Store. County administrator Jeff Mayo said the purchase was for future development;

In other matters, supervisors voted to:

• Approve the transition of Sheriff’s deputy Hunter Ramsey to part-time status. Supervisors also voted to accept drug seizure money for the Sheriff’s Department and a $9, 667 settlement from the District Attorney’s Office

• Seek proposals for the Inmate Communications Services. Supervisors also received the October 2022 daily meal log and detailed billing report from the ciybrt jail. Supervisors accepted one resignation and hired one corrections officer;

• Approve the receipt and authorization for a 2023 International HX620 dump truck for the Road Department at a cost of $182,000;

• Approve payment to Custom Paving for 149.29 tons of HMA placed September, $24,185; and to Crowder Engineering for construction engineering, $79,161;

• Approve paying $1,000 for MS Assessor Collector Association dues for 2022-2023;

• Approve the appointment of Todd Sorey as Felony Indigent Counsel for Circuit Court;

• Approve paying $237 for Chancery Judge Kirk’s office expense;

• Approve 16th Section leases agreements for the Neshoba County Schools; Justin Peavy and Jackie Hogue T-11-N, R-11; Diana Moore and Deaner Lewis T-11-N, R-13-E, and, Jerry D. Calloway T-11-N, R-13-E 9;

• Approve the termination of one telecommunicator and the employment of two others, and one pay raise;

• Approve the EMSOF grant application for Ambulance Enterprise;

• Approve the county employee payroll ending October 17 and totaling $264,963;

• Approve the county elected officials payroll ending November 1, and totaling $44,832;

• Approve the out of order claims and the claims docket;

• Approve $600 in petty cash for a wrestling event at the coliseum;

• Approve paying CenterPoint Energy for service at the following locations:  Courthouse $379, Justice Court $301 3, DHS Building $41, Old Jail $31;

• Accept the Purchase Clerk’s Report  for October 2022;

• Adopt Premium Pay Resolution;

• Approve the purchase of an ad for The Neshoba Democrat’s Salute to First Responders, ¼ page ad, $225;

• Approve paying Schneider Electric – Performance Assurance Service and Support, $16,306; and,

• Approve paying Matt Boatner Construction invoice for Burnside Auditorium, $17,100; and, Pritchard Engineering for testing services on the Taylor Mast Project, $2,000.





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