BOCC says farewell to King and Music

Published: Thursday, November 15, 2012 at 06:44 PM.

BOCC also approved of what should be done about replacing the logos on the company vehicles with the new logo.

“We shouldn’t replace the old ones unless they need replacing, then we’ll replace then with the new logo,” said Merchant. “They same will be done for all new vehicles. That’s how we’ll get the new logo on all vehicles on an as needed basis.”

County Engineer Cliff Knauer gave an update that he was still searching out avenues to pay for the project of fixing Yancy Lane’s erosion problems.

BOCC had agreed with Merchants’ request to allow County Engineer Cliff Knauer to look into means of fixing the erosion problem on Yancy Lane during their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 30.

Residents and business owners Johnny and Sandra Johnson had came before the Board Tuesday, Oct. 30 requesting to place a vending area up on their property of business located on County Road 160 across from the Bethlehem School.

“It’s just going to be a sheltered area with vending machines housed in it,” said Johnny Johnson. “There’s one just like it in Graceville.”

He said their problem came with the Holmes County Health Department having issues with no bathrooms.

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