Tuesday, May 23, 2017

CITY OF LOUISVILLE RUN OFF ELECTION RESULTS

CITY OF LOUISVILLE RUN OFF ELECTION RESULTS:4 WARDS OF 4 REPORTING - Unofficial results!!!!

 Results are unofficial till certified and any affidavits are reviewed. Frances Ball retains position as Alderman At Large and Drew Massey wins Ward One Alderman position.

ALDERMAN AT LARGE:
TOTALS ONLY
FRANCES S. BALL:      542                                                        
GERALD HAYES:        410

ALDERMAN - WARD 1:

BETH WARNER CHANDLER: 102
DREW MASSEY:    194
 

Friday, May 12, 2017

Meeting Agenda-May 16

CITY OF LOUISVILLE

TUESDAY, MAY 16, 2017  

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA  5:30 P.M.

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. INVOCATION
  3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG
  4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Justin McDonald: Winston Plywood & Veneer business and requests
    2. Update on land acquisition of Strand Theatre Building
    3. Unclean Property:  update on property located at 108 Northwood, owned by Adam Reed
    4. Authorize payment of $52,775.45 to Trustmark Bank for  2016 GAN/Grant Anticipation Note, to be paid from Disaster Fund 700-600-802
    5. Authorize payment to Pollworkers-handout on Tuesday
    6. Disposition of fixed assets:  Police communication equipment
    7. Accept retirement notice from Firefighter Mike Towne and adopt resolution of appreciation


  1. OTHER BUSINESS
  2. ADJOURN  


Wednesday, May 3, 2017

May 2, 2017 Election Results

The results of the vote in the Democratic Primary held on May 2, 2017 follow. Two races will require a runoff election to be held on May 16: Alderman At Large - Gerald Hayes vs Frances S. Ball and Alderman Ward 1 - Drew Massey vs Beth Warner Chandler. (highlighted in yellow)

Polls will open at 7:00 am on May 16 at all city polling locations (see previous posts for locations) and close at 7:00 pm.

There are no Republican candidates in these races so these winners will not face an opponent in the upcoming general election.

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Monday, May 1, 2017

City Election Voting Locations

WARD 1-  LOUISVILLE COLISEUM - IVY AVE

WARD 2 -  OLD ARMORY BLDG - PONTOTOC ST

WARD 3 -  LOVORNS - HWY 397

WARD 4 - HOUSING AUTHORITY - W. MAIN

Polls open at 7:00 am and close at 7:00 pm. A photo ID is required
Any questions - call 662-773-9201

Meeting Agenda-May 2

CITY OF LOUISVILLE

TUESDAY, MAY 2, 2017  


5:30 P.M.REGULAR MEETING AGENDA  

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. INVOCATION
  3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG
  4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
  5. NEW BUSINESS

    1. Authorize payment of Docket of Claims #21063-21251 $ 109,284.17  -enclosed
    2. Pay Century Construction for Landfill cell construction project
    3. Pay Falcon Contracting Co. for Pay request #2 for $252,440.07 for Street project
    4. Fire training request for Johnnie Roy Haynes and Robert Hutto to attend the MS Chiefs and  Firefighters Conference on  June 2-4 in Vicksburg, registration plus travel expenses
    5. Request to pay Facility Dude from CEDA funds
    6. Request to pay emergency repairs on Rail Spur from CEDA funds

  1. OTHER BUSINESS
  2. ADJOURN

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

WELCOME DARE OFFICERS TRAINING

The City  of Louisville would like to welcome DARE Officers around the state to Louisville as they conduct Basic DARE Officer training at Lake Tiak O'Khata over the next two weeks. The DARE program has been beneficial to our community and we would like to again recognize our own DARE Officer Tonya McWhirter - The 2016 DARE Officer of the Year in Mississippi!!

Friday, April 14, 2017

Meeting Agenda-April 18

CITY OF LOUISVILLE

TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2017  

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA  5:30 P.M.

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. INVOCATION
  3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG
  4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  1. NEW BUSINESS
    1. Unclean Property:  hearing to determine if property is unclean, located at 864 Metts Street, owned by Ben Webster Sr.
    2. Authorize annual payment to GO Bond Fund of $179,364.38 by transferring money from General Fund to GO Bond Fund (this is a 2 million debt started 6/1/13 for street repairs, this is payment #9 of 24)
    3. Authorize payment of $4,203.00 to MS Municipal Workers Comp for the audited premium
    4. Disposition of fixed assets Recreation lawn mowers which were turned in from lease-enclosed
    5. Declare as surplus and give notice of sale of Police communication equipment -enclosed
    6. Transfer backhoe from Street Department to Recreation Department fixed assets-enclosed
    7. Hire part time employee for Parks & Recreation Department at $10.00 /hour effective April 20- enclosed
    8. 2017 Basic DARE Officer Training is being held in Louisville on April 24-May 4 at Lake Tiak O’Khata, Tonya McWhirter to attend at no cost to the city
    9. Request for Tonya McWhirter to attend the 2017 Children’s Mental Health Summit on May 12, in Jackson, $75.00 registration
    10. Request for E911 training for Vera McCarty and Felisha Mays to attend the AT &T West Safety NG 911 Technology Seminar at Hinds County EOC in Jackson on April 26
    11. Request for Jody Fulton to attend the MS Home Corp Blight Elimination seminar in Tupelo on April 20
    12. Request for Chris Young to attend Building Officials of MS 2017 Summer Conference, June 12-16 in Bay St. Louis, $125 registration, plus meals, mileage & lodging
    13. Building Department budget request enclosed
    14. Discussion with EPA Representative Ron Tollivar


  1. OTHER BUSINESS
  2. ADJOURN