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Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal took exception to some statements made by one of the city’s aldermen at the last meeting of the city fathers.
Rosenthal read a prepared statement refuting assertions that were made during that session, which were quoted in the last two editions of The Enterprise-Tocsin.
Chancery Court Judge Debra Giles held her first Pro Se Day in Sunflower County last week.
Sub district 9-2 Chancery Judge Debra Giles held her first Pro Se Day last Thursday at the Sunflower County Courthouse. Giles is meeting with law student Kaylyn Caston and attorneys Gayla Carpenter-Sanders, Gwendolyn Jimison and Tanisha Gates.
At the Indianola Board of Aldermen meeting last Monday night, another issue was flushed out during the discussion about increases in the water bill, possible estimations instead of actual readings and the lateness of the bills.
In a 3 to 1 vote last Monday night, the Indianola city lawmakers decided to proceed with advertising for bids on the installation of new radio-read water meters. Alderman Sam Brock was the lone no vote, Alderman Darrell Simpson was not present.
Ron Cassada, Sunflower County’s engineer, may not command the same attention as Arnold Schwarzenegger dangling from a helicopter skid yelling “the bridge is out,” but he was able to get the message across to the Board of Supervisors during a recent session that the bridge on East Caile Road is closed and impassable.
Newly-hired Sunflower County Economic Development Director Frederick Washington will have to wait on a new vehicle.
An attempt at last week’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors to purchase a new SUV for Washington was stopped when a motion to accept a submitted bid failed.
Is a penny too much to pay to get Indianola’s streets repaired?
Mayor Steve Rosenthal is hoping that citizens will jump on board his newly-proposed 1 percent sales tax plan.
The concern over recent increases in the amounts of some Indianola residents’ water bills arose again on Monday night and washed up some other possible issues at city hall.