Sunday, July 12, 2015

PRVWSD Board of Directors Meeting Agenda



AGENDA FOR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF
DIRECTORS OF THE PEARL RIVER VALLEY WATER
SUPPLY DISTRICT HELD IN THE DISTRICT’S
MAIN OFFICE, RIDGELAND, MS
AT 9:30 A.M. ON THURSDAY, JULY 16, 2015

1. Opening prayer

2. Pledge of Allegiance – W. C. Gorden



3. Request for acceptance of Minutes from the regular meeting held on July 18, 2015

4. Committee Recommendations:

Shoreline Committee:

I. Approval of water system hydraulic model update for the Twin Harbor/North Bay/Lost Rabbit water system by Southern Consultants.

II. Approval of plat of Village Square Subdivision.

Audit Committee:

I. Approval of FY2016 Budget submission to Legislative Budget Committee.

II. Approval to renew contract with Department of Health for water sampling.

III. Approval of Per Diem and Travel

IV. Approval of Cash Balance Report

V. Approval of July Claims Docket

Parks Policy Committee:

I. Approval of proposal for engineering services for an upriver comfort station.

5. Committee Minutes and Miscellaneous Correspondence

6. Executive Director’s comments

7. Next Regular Meeting August 20, 2015 at 9:30 a.m. at the main office of PRVWSD

8. Meeting adjourned

Blog Author's Note:  Per the PRVWSD, Village Square Subdivision is the commercial subdivision where Little Willie's and Saigon Sandwiches is located.  Apparently, a plat has not been approved yet by the Board of Directors of PRVWSD.  It is not a residential subdivision.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where is this new subdivision going to be?

Anonymous said...

Village Square is Lil Willie's etc. If it is behind there, it had better dump out onto Old Fannin and not Spillway. The last thing Spillway rd needs is a major intersection right there.

Anonymous said...

But we don't have enough lanes and lights in Rankin already. We've just added several more on Lakeland, but Mayor Gary "Clogged" Rhoads isn't happy. And best of all, schedule the construction to coincide with all other projects. Until we have 10 lanes in each direction and a traffic light every 50 feet, we'll be behind Houston and Dallas and Atlanta (in congestion). Unchecked growth is good, except in Madison. More tax dollars NOT to spend on schools but on Brandon's sports programs. It's the Rankin Way. We need "vapes" stores, more nail shops, and a few more banks and medical offices all on one corner there. But please please please keep the fireworks stands so that trailer trash can "celebrate" 12 weeks a year by getting drunker than unusual and busting some fireworks off till 2 AM. It's keeping us free! 'Murica First! Who cares that it's a violation, being 50 feet from Cherubs Daycare and next to a gas station! Zoning Schmoning! We need more trailers in the park, more pawn shops and nail places. We're just missing the liquor stores and payday check cashing places next to the dollar stores to make us complete.