The Greene County Board of Supervisors met in regular session yesterday at the boardroom of the Jefferson Courthouse.
City Administrator Mike Palmer updated the board on the ribbon-cutting ceremony from Saturday, and made a report that a lightbulb has already burnt out on the new overpass. He also brought to attention funds needed to get plaques to put on the columns around the town square in recognition of who helped with the renovation project.
There was an amendment to the resolution for the rate waiver in regards to drainage district 190 that the District will pay a 6% annual interest rate 30 days after Monday’s assessment date and is payable the same as taxes. The board unanimously approved the Recorder’s report of fees and investment and driver’s license from November.