The Alcorn County Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. Monday, and the Corinth Board of Aldermen will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Among items on the county agenda, the Board of Supervisors will consider giving approval to the request by election officials to split the county’s largest voting precinct, College Hill. If approved, the new north Biggersville fire station is proposed to become a new voting precinct.
Also returning to the county agenda is Tax Collector Larry Ross’ request for additional video surveillance at the courthouse. Supervisors had asked Ross to present more information.
Several budget presentations are on the agenda as budget season gets rolling. Others on the agenda to address the board include Kay Matthews of the Regional Rehabilitation Center in Tupelo and Jack Griffith regarding a grant for the Chalybeate Water System.
Among items on the city agenda, aldermen will consider an amendment to the city code to expand the number of members of the park commission from five to seven. An ordinance amendment will also be considered regarding the Corinth Opportunity Redevelopment District.
Aldermen will consider entering an agreement with the Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District to commence work on redistricting of the city wards based on 2010 census numbers.
Property cleanup matters include continued hearings for 101 Phillips Street and the Bowden property and scheduling hearings for 101 Noel Street, 102 Noel Street and a McMahan property.