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City cites 36 properties for cleanup
by Jebb Johnston
Aug 03, 2013 | 7 views | 0 0 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Nearly three dozen properties targeted for cleanup appear on the city board agenda for Tuesday, including continued hearings and a large new batch entering the process.

The Corinth Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

The board will consider scheduling public hearings for a new round of properties totaling 17:

• Highway 72 — CMH Services Inc.

• 1805 Maple Road — A.W. Manness

• 1217 Proper Street — Don Arnold Properties, LLC

• 1405 East 5th Street — Henry Pollard

• 1202 Tate Street — Stone and Bryant

• Highway 72 — Victory Properties, LLC

• 1708 Pinecrest Road — Patricia Owens

• 1908 Mississippi Street — Judy Henderson

• Lot 30, Melody Park Subdivision — Shirley Jean Taylor

• 1806 Third Street — Parker

• 916 Allen Street — Ben and Bea Windom

• 1219 Wick Street — Absolute Auto Acceptance, Inc.

• Lincoln Place Subdivision — Ella Spence Estate

• Lincoln Place Subdivision — Sylila Norman

• 1609 Lyon Street — Lizzy Johnson, et al.

• 1221 White Street — Shipman

• 1426 Waldron Street — Reed

The board will also consider authorizing re-entry for additional cleanup at the following addresses:

• Corner of Penn and Tate Street — Franks

• 104 Madison

• Corner of Pierce and Ross — Kozam

• Southeast corner of White and Crater — Tom Collins Estate

• 1223 Madison Street — Walker

• 1409 East 5th Street — Thompson

• Crider property

• Van property

• Dale Street — Bostic

• Archambault property

• 2223 Liddon Lake Road — Latch

Continued public hearings will be held during the meeting for the Rhodes property on Highway 72, the Wren property on Droke Road and the Jackson property at 1101 Phillips Street.

Adjudication of cost for property cleanup will be considered for corner of Madison and 2nd Street, 2104 Proper Street, 104 Madison Street and corner of Penn and Tate Street.

Other items on the agenda:

• The board will consider entering an agreement with the Northeast Mississippi Planning and Development District for redistricting of ward boundaries.

• Budget requests from Crossroads Arena, Corinth Library, parks and recreation, Corinth School District and Corinth Area CVB

• Arena request for use of bricks and mortar funds

• FAA 2013 grant agreement

• Reports of the department heads

• Surplus 40 Glock G-22 pistols

• Pay request — wastewater treatment plant

• Pay request — Verandah-Curlee House

• Two-year supply bids

• Consider direct deposit agreement for payroll

• Meeting minutes from June 18, June 19, July 2, July 19, July 25
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