Congressional Record read at Holmes County BOCC meeting to honor retiring Clerk of Court

Published: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 11:41 AM.

“They’re State’s property, therefore State’s responsibility,” said Williams.

Parish inquired about the State’s trailer and Williams explained that this was a trailer used to carry equipment so that the inmates could clean parts of the county, etc.

The board agreed not to pay to fix the State’s trailer and to hold a workshop to meet with the Department of Corrections about future occurrences.

Williams came before the Board saying that a resident had a request to cross a portion of the County dirt pit to cut timber from his land.

“We’ve got the only access point to that timber on his land because the rest is surrounded by swamp land,” said Williams.

Goodman advised that the resident would have to sign a multitude of wavers and indemnifications and be made aware of the expenses of drawing this paperwork up, which would cost around $700 to $1,500.

Williams agreed to let the resident know that those would be the conditions.

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