Sunday, September 11, 2016

Louisville Aldermen Deal with Unclean Properties/Landfill Construction Bids and Budget

The Louisville Board of Aldermen took the following actions in their regular meeting on September 6, 2017:

  • Accepted the recommendation of Zoning Board to approve the petition for Use Permitted on Appeal from Diane Edmond to permit a daycare center at 308 West Oak Street. 
  • Accepted an application for a Variance for Use Permitted on Appeal on Pontotoc Street-to be handed out Tuesday 
  • Unclean properties:
Gave the property owner 14 days to clean the property at  402 South Columbus.
Gave the property owner 14 days to clean the property at 106 Hunt Street.
112 Kennedy Street, owned by SKL Investments: Adopted a resolution adjudicating the cost of cleanup by the city $515.00 and assessing a lien against the property

  • Airport Business: authorized the Mayor to sign an amendment to the MDOT Multimodal Grant for improvements to the hangar area apron, increasing the grant from $122,785 to $125,800. 
  • Approved the Docket of Claims # 18858-19063 for $123,136.11 
  • Accepted the low bid from Century Construction for $1,672913 for Landfill construction. 
  • Reappointed Terry Reynolds to the  WCEDDP Board for three year term, 
  • Approved Court Training: Kayla Rogers to attend MS Protection Order Registry Training in Jackson on October 19, no registration fee 
  • Approved Fire Training- Robert Hutto to attend training in Oxford on Oct. 5-6, $125 registration plus meals, mileage & lodging 
  • Approved Fire Training- Detrick Sanders to attend Confined Space Rescue, at Fire Academy, meals and lodging 
  • NRCS grant-authorized Mayor to proceed with project 
  • ARC Grant for Louisville Utilities- authorized the Mayor to sign documents as needed and designate Wilson Webb as the administrator of the grant 
  • Authorized payment to GTPDD for $12,500.00 for Louisville Comprehensive Plan / EDA grant 
  • Authorized payment of $390.00 for At Home Magazine for economic development & marketing 
  • Approved request by Historic Preservation Board for authority to apply for grant from MDAH to improve the Girl Scout Hut and request $2,000 match from the city 
  • Discussed potential pursuit of grant funds for a historic marker for center point of Louisville, original wagon spindle location .
  • Authorized payment to MS Municipal Workers Compensation Company for $79,329.00 in three installments of $26,972.00 for 2016-2017 
  • Approved the Budget for 2016-2017 at approximately $4.3 million.