Below are the approved minutes for the PRVWSD Board of Directors Meeting from April 21, 2016. Highlights include:
-- I see Philip Hollimon, an attorney with the Attorney General's office, has been assigned to the PRVWSD to work along with Phillip Huskey. You recall Mack Cameron resigned a few months back. The two Philips now represent the PRVWSD.
-- Lieutenant Wayne Cockrell of the Reservior PD was recognized for his twenty years of service.
-- The Board rescinded the previously granted approval to advertise 214 acres off Old Rice Road for bid for development. This rescission came following complaint from neighboring communities that they had not been given advance notification and opportunity for input.
-- The PRVWSD will advertise for bids for seven new emergency generators.
-- The Board adopted a resolution restricting the service of alcohol in the resort area within the Rankin County portion of the District from between 10 a.m. and 1 a.m., seven days a week.
-- CMI/Gatordock was awarded the bid for the upgrades to the Goshen Springs boat ramp pier, at an estimated cost of $64,650.00.
-- Bobby Cleveland will be coming back.
-- Again, no bids were received for the 4 acre parcel off Spillway Road.