Friday, September 17, 2021

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Mayor's Youth Council Now Accepting Applications

 The Mayor's Youth Council is up and running for the 2021-2022 school year. Registration forms may be picked up from Louisville City Hall, each respective High School Office, or click here to access. The completed registration along with a $30 registration fee should be submitted to Louisville City Hall before 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Friday, August 6, 2021

Louisville Police Officers Sworn In

On Tuesday, August 3, 2021, Patrolman Blake Sheets and Sargeant Anthony Ball were sworn in to the Louisville Police Department.



                                                    Patrolman Blake Sheets and family.



                                                      Sargeant Anthony Ball and family.

WINSTON PLYWOOD AND VENEER LAUNCHES AMBASSADOR PROGRAM TO BOLSTER EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION

Winston Plywood and Veneer, a state-of-the-art plywood mill located in Louisville, Mississippi, announced today the launch of a new initiative to strengthen workforce recruitment and retention. The Winston Ambassador Program recognizes a select group of leaders from across the company for their leadership, dedication, and selfless approach to making Winston an exceptional place to work.

Members of the Winston team who were selected as the initial Ambassadors participate in job fairs and community events, share Winston’s culture with potential new hires and coach new team members during their employment transition. Having each distinguished themselves as mentors and community stewards, they share their work experience serving as a peer resource for questions, mentorship and camaraderie.

The Ambassador Program is supported by the company via a new referral bonus program to reward current employees for each new team member they recruit, with more earnings possible based on the longevity of the recruited team members.

“What makes Winston special is our people, many of whom are true leaders in Louisville and its neighboring communities as well as in the mill. We know that to compete and win, we’ll need to continue to attract, hire and retain the very best talent possible. By creating this new Ambassador Program, we’re investing in those who have already taken a leadership role and asking them to help us build an even stronger team in the years to come,” said Bruce Warren, CEO of Winston Plywood.

“In many ways, Winston Plywood is the heartbeat of Louisville, Mississippi and we take that responsibility very seriously. This Program recognizes those who have made the commitment to help us be great, every day, and to help us find those who want to build their careers as part of our family. We could not have chosen a more amazing group of people to be our first Ambassadors,” said Chasta Rauccio, Vice President of Human Resources.

The inaugural members of the Ambassador Program include:
  • Shirley Lee, a recognized leader in the community who has recruited several new team members throughout his tenure who have become long-term employees since joining Winston in 2017. Shirley is a leader in the community and co-sponsors a back-to-school celebration and supply drive for underprivileged children.
  • Levon Pickens, who in his short time since joining the Winston team in May 2021 has already become a leader on the floor and recruited multiple new employees.
  • Rose Triplett, who has earned the reputation as a leader of the hourly team members since joining Winston in 2017. Rose is a trusted source of guidance for team members, whether new or veteran.
  • Ken Howard, who joined Winston in 2017, speaks to many of the orientation classes and represents Winston in the community, resulting in many talented recruits introduced to the company.
  • Shaunery Thompson, who is a member of the Choctaw Reservation and has recruited several team members since joining the company in 2018.




About Winston Plywood and Veneer

Winston Plywood & Veneer produces and distributes engineered specialty plywood and veneer products for industrial markets and plywood for the building product markets in North America from its state-of-the-art facility in Louisville, Mississippi. With more than 375 associates, it is one of the most modern and efficient mills in North America. To learn more, please visit www.winstonplywood.com.

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

City Meeting Agenda - August 3

 

 

 

 

CITY OF LOUISVILLE                   

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 2021          , 5:30 P.M.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

I.                    CALL TO ORDER

II.                 INVOCATION

III.               PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG

IV.               APPROVAL OF MINUTES

V.        NEW BUSINESS

A.   Airport Projects: 

1.     Authorize payment to Clearwater Consultants Inc., Invoice ???, for $???  for 021-2020 AIP runway restoration project

2.      Authorize payment to Burns Dirt $34,698.67 for pay request #11

3.      Authorize payment to Louisville/Winston Airport Authority for reimbursement for Hali-Brite for $12,150.34, invoice #36936, for 024-2021 AIP-AWOS #1 project

4.     Authorize payment to Louisville/Winston Airport Authority for reimbursement for Thompson Rental, $1,569.81, invoice #Q0274401, Triplett Electric, $4,079.00, invoice #2180-01, Triplett Electric , $105.00, invoice #2180-02, Triplett Electric, $237.09, invoice #2180-03, and Matthew Roberson Painting, LLC, $6,000.00, for a total of $11,990.90, 023-2021 AIP-AWOS #2 project

5.     Accept recommendation for Professional Services

B.   Capital and Recovery Projects: PW 104-12 Strand, TAP, South Industrial Road & Wayfinding Signs- enclosed

C.  Authorize payment of Docket of Claims #7177-7466 for July invoices, $182,758.92 - enclosed

D.  Authorize payment of $138,796.88 to First National Bank of Clarksdale for 2018 GO Bond, accounts 250-600-685 and 250-600-690

E.   Appointment to Historic Preservation Board- enclosed

F.   Transfer funds within Accounts Payable

1.     From Solid Waste to Landfill $100,000.00

2.     From Solid Waste to General Fund $25,000.00

G.   Unclean Property-set hearings for September 7 to determine if unclean

1.     130 North Street, owned by Felicia Marshal

2.     270 East Academy owned by Ines Marshall

H.  Authorize payment to BancorpSouth for Landfill Closure in the amount of $4,192.85 and Landfill Post-Closure in the amount of $5,611.40, for a total of $9,804.25. 

I.     Discuss Clerk and City Hall positions

VI.               OTHER BUSINESS

VII.            ADJOURN

Saturday, July 17, 2021