In dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, for the safety of all parties concerned, the Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees live-streamed it’s regularly scheduled meeting, on Tuesday, March 24, on YouTube.
In a regularly scheduled meeting held on Tuesday, March 17, the Louisville Board of Aldermen officially declared a state of emergency to aid in dealing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mayor Will Hill presented Emergency Declarations put forth by President Donald Trump and Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves.
During their meeting on Tuesday, March 3, the Louisville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a redevelopment resolution which will ultimately lead to the construction of a Jack’s Family Restaurant at the corner of South Church Ave. and Cagle St.
During their second meeting of the month, held on Tuesday, February 18, the Louisville Board of Aldermen discussed the SuperFund site which is on Railroad Ave. located at the site of the old creosote mill. The Board voted unanimously to accept transfer of the site from the U.S.
At their monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 11, the Louisville Municipal School District Board of Trustees honored the ‘Parents of the Year.”
Parents recognized were: Tynneshia Armstrong, Fair Elementary; Erica Cole, Louisville Elementary; Kristi Jernigan, Eiland
During the meeting of the Louisville Board of Aldermen on January 21, agents with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics discussed a substance called kratom which is available in some convenience stores and has been a factor in some deaths.
February is Heart Health Month and is dedicated to raising awareness heart disease which is the nation’s leading killer. To emphasize this point Winston Plywood & Veneer teamed up with Louisville Medical Clinic to host Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart.