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|Vidalia meetings to be televised|
Vidalia Town Council meetings will hit the cable television screen beginning this month.
The monthly meeting will be aired on Cable One channel 4 on Tuesdays and Thursday beginning at 4 p.m.
According to Wesley Bruce of Bruce Video Productions, the Vidalia meeting will be filmed each month and replayed on the cable channel along with meetings of the Natchez Board of Alderman, and the Adams County Board of Supervisors.
At Tuesday's meeting, Alderman Vernon Stevens presided in the absence of Mayor Hyram Copeland who is in Washington D.C.
The board approved the emergency lease of a garbage truck through Bancorp South Equipment. The terms for the lease are 24 months at $2,800 each month.
Lee Staggs of the Street and Sanitation Department advised that one of the city's trucks needed engine work and was out of service. This created a vehicle shortage and town crews were unable to continue providing timely service on business routes.
Bids were opened for a backyard aerial device for use by the street and utility departments. Bids were submitted by Alltech Equipment for $88,232 and Skylift for $82,150. The bids were taken under advisement.
No bids were received for a 1986 bucket truck. The board agreed to readvertise or look into auctioning the piece of equipment.
The following licenses were approved:
-Occupational/Sign: Anytime Fitness, 4012 Carter, Jonathan Kelly.
-Sign: Farm Bureau, 811 Carter St.
-Sign: Fred's, 2004 Carter St.
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