DeKalb aldermen seek bids on surplus vehicles


At their regular monthly meeting, on Tuesday, April 5, the DeKalb Board of Al­dermen heard from Kem­per County Sheriff James Moore concerning vehicles that technically belong to the Town.

Moore stated that when the Sheriff's Dept. con­tracted with the Town for police services there were several vehicles involved. It is now no longer feasible to try and maintain those ve­hicles, and Moore sug­gested that the Town place them for bids on The Board voted 3-0 to declare the ve­hicles as surplus and to place them on the website for bids. Alderman Tracy Naylor and Alderwoman Mary Donald were not present at the meeting.

In other business, the Board:

— Voted 3-0 to table dis­cussions of property clean up, license fees and garbage


— Voted 3-0 reject all bids on CDBG Wastewater Grant, and rebid the proj­ect.

— Voted 3-0 to change the Town's internet service from AT&T UVerse to EMEPA,

at an additional cost of $2 per month.

The DeKalb Board of Al­dermen meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.

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