Resolution honoring Mrs. Emma Louise Williams
APPRECIATION AND GRATITUDE FOR
EXEMPLARY PUBLIC SERVICE AND THE
OLDEST CITIZEN OF TUNICA COUNTY
MRS. EMMA LOUISE WILLIAMS
WHEREAS, Emma Williams has lived and served in Tunica County as a concerned citizen for one hundred and two (102) years; Tunica County’s oldest citizen and
WHEREAS, Emma Williams, throughout her service to Tunica County, has displayed the highest degrees of professionalism and integrity; and
Candidate Profile: Chandler pins re-election on accountabillity
Though the current election season has brought about some new candidates for leadership in the local school system, student achievement remains the district’s top priority and central theme in the eyes of Steve Chandler, Superintendent of Tunica County School District.
First elected in 2011, Chandler is currently entering his fourth year in office and hoping for at least another four years to continue pressing toward his goal of increasing student achievement throughout the district.
“There’s a lot of action that goes into that prioritization, such as aligning of fiscal and human resources to ensure that we are working toward goal attainment, making sure that we’re extremely efficient,” Chandler shared.
Fire contract goes back to county
After learning that the county did not accept a proposed contract for services from the Tunica Volunteer Fire Department, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen took up the matter again at their meeting on April 21.
With a 3-0 vote, aldermen approved a contract between the Town and TVFD. The contract states that the Town will pay $15 per point for each fire or medical call within the corporate limits. Half of training expenses, up to $5000, will also be covered by the town.
Mayor Chuck Cariker said the board also discussed a contract between the town and the county, but no action was taken. He anticipated that a contract would be taken up by the Board of Supervisors at their April 30 meeting.
In addition to the fire contract, aldermen also revisited talks on the Nickson Apartment complex. At their April 7 meeting, the board agreed to ask Town Fire Marshall Scott Goff to inspect the building. Goff recommended that someone from the State Fire Marshall’s office be contacted. Aldermen opted to put that request in writing.
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