Board votes to bring loan current
Tunica County skirted on the edge of defaulting on a loan, before supervisors voted last week to bring the note current.
County administrator Michael Thompson and comptroller Alex Wiley said Feb. 13 that monthly payments of $12,000 on the November and December 2013 claims docket had not been made and that the creditor was demanding both the past due amounts and February’s payment now “to make the loan whole and avoid default,” Wiley said.
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