Supervisors hire new interim jail administrator
The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors approved Brad Stuart as the interim jail administrator at their Sept. 21 meeting.
Sheriff Eric Clark made the recommendation. Stuart will receive a salary of $48,000 a year. He was granted authority to requisition for the jail.
In another matter, supervisors held a public hearing to conclude the installation of the lift elevator for the Neshoba County Coliseum.
Supervisors rehired two Philadelphia-based companies to keep the local tax rolls up to date on online. Herring Appraisal and Computer Services will continue updating and maintenance of the Real and Personal Property with additional services for 2021 through 2024.
The parcel mapping services and online hosting of maps for 2021 through 2024 was awarded to Tri-State Consulting Services
In other matters, supervisors voted to:
• Approve Sheriff Clark attending the Mid-Winter Conference on the coast for December 7-11;
• Approve the hiring of Courtney Copeland to work at the jail. Supervisors also discussed the jail telephone contract;
• Approve a Memorandum of Understanding with Secretary of State for hiring of additional poll manager per Precinct ($125.00) at a total cost of $3,625;
• Approve rental requests for the Neshoba County Coliseum from Neshoba Central and Union High School;
• Approve travel and training requests for Justice Court employees;
• Approve the county employee payroll ending September 7 and totaling $157,825;
• Approve the elected officials payroll ending September 15 and totaling $157,824; and,
• Approve the claims docket, the out of claims docket and the minutes of the previous meeting.