Supervisors hire companies for projects

Supervisors hire companies for projects


The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors approved construction firms for two upcoming projects during their Monday meeting.

PryorMorrow PC received the bid to build storage buildings for Emergency Management and for the Neshoba County Coliseum. They will perform the architectural and engineering services. 

Matt Boatner Construction was named to do the Burnside Park auditorium renovation.

In other matters, supervisors:

• Took under advisement a request from Sheriff Eric Clark to adopt a career ladder for his department totaling $29,360. This has not been budgeted;

• Approved a reimbursement request for UPS shipping of $12.63 from the Sheriff’s Department;

• Approved the employment for a correctional officer and a maintenance supervisor for the jail;

• Approved paying the invoice of $155,160 to Custom Paving for road work done in August;

• Approved a road bore to be done on County Road 210;

• Approved paying Tri-State Consulting Services $1,500 for an annual tablet update and support for the tax assessor’s office;

• Approved an application for certification for Fiscal Year 2022 for the Tax Assessor’s Office;

• Approved the Felony Indigent Counsel Contract for Fiscal Year 2023;

• Approved school bus turnarounds for the Neshoba County School District;

• Approved the Emergency Management Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan cost reimbursement to MEMA for $754;

• Approved the county employee payroll ending September 5 and the elected officials payroll ending September 15;

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

• Approved paying two invoices to Matt Boatner Construction totaling $11,827 and $7,632 for work on the  Courthouse Annex / Justice Court project;

• Approved payment of $147,225 to Schneider Electric following the completion of the installation of touchless fixtures at all county facilities;

- Approved payment of $101,650 to Century Construction for work on the Taylor Mast Project;

-Approved payment of $2,000 to Pritchard Engineering for work on the Taylor Mast Project; and,

• Accepted the resignation of Bud Dees from Industrial Development Authority (District 4).

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