appeal slated for November 6 before supervisors
By SUE WATSON
Public appeal of the location of
an electricity substation in Mt. Pleasant has been put on the agenda for
the Monday, November 6, meeting of the Marshall County Board of Supervisors
at the request of supervisor Eddie Dixon.
Citizens concerned about the location of
the electricity lift station to be constructed by the City of Holly Springs
Utility Department will be heard. Supervisors meet at 9 a.m. at the courtroom
located next door to Miller’s Department Store on the east side
of the downtown square in Holly Springs.
Other concerns taken up by the board of
supervisors at the third Monday 5 p.m. meeting this week included:
- a request by Clencie Cotton with Rust College Community Development
Corporation for financial help to keep a workforce development program
alive in Holly Springs. Cotton said people out of work need training
and assistance in filing unemployment claims.
Rust is striving to set up classes for welding, forklift operating,
certified nurse assistant preparation and early childhood education
assistant training but needs financial help to operate these programs,
- adopted the Marshall County Tax Increment Financing Plan.
- received a copy of a lawsuit. Jeffrey Cheek and Oakland Construction
LLC has petitioned in circuit court for a Writ of Certiorari appeal
and court review of judgements and decisions of the Solid Waste Authority
of Marshall County rendered in August 2006. Cheek’s lawsuit seeks
to put his proposed solid waste rubbish site back in to the Solid Waste
Authority’s waste management plan.
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