December 15, 2011

Mrs. Reynolds - SCR-I 5th Grade Santa Letters



Mrs. Danielle Reynolds - 5th Grade SCR-I

5th Grade Dear Santa, This is what I want for Christmas: a shark air swimmer, a teacup kitty, and the Monster High " Ghoul School" D.S game. It's ok if you can't' get me everything. Do your reindeer want some candy corn? Our tree is in our playroom by the table. Your friend, Conner Wiggins

Dear Santa, How have you been? Is the weather cold and snowy or hot and humid? Do you like chocolate, sugar, or monster cookies? I will leave out 18 carrots, just incase the reindeer are out of energy because of the pulling. I think I deserve the gifts you give me. I helped my dad in the field, and I stood up for a friend. I would like an xbox 360 Kinect, and an Ipod touch or pad. I also would like Diamond Bow with arrows. Also, I would like the Madden Fitness. Your friend, Gabe Shultz P.S. I think I'm 90% good and 10% bad.

Dear Santa, How is the weather at the North Pole? Today here in Memphis, MO it is sunny. I've been especially well behaved. Sorry for not baking cookies. My first thing on my list is Octomis Prime & Trailer Aka Leader of the Outabots and two other transformers. Next I want the Ultrarare Rayquaza CLVX and Rayquazal. Your friend, Patrick Shannan

Dear Santa, I am very deserving this year so please don't come here just because of my brothers. It's not my fault they were born that way. Please come this year and can you give me some cool. It is getting chilly. I have been very good this year. I help my grandma and grandpa work. I help my mom with a lot of stuff. This year I want two sweatshirts, a game, and a great dinner. YourfFriend, Kobe Coop P.S. I am not kidding about the cool brrrrrr.

Dear Santa, I would love to have the new Just Dane 3 for my Wii please. I would also like an art spinner, a baseball helmet, basketball shoes, baseball shoes. I am going to a Mizzou basketball game! I am very good this year about 50 %. I will give you some cookies and milk. I will also give the reindeer some carrots. Thank you; leave me a note about how the cookies and milk were. Can you ask the reindeer how the carrots are too? Thank you Santa tell the elves the elves that I like them too. Sincerely, Khloe Hamlin

Dear Santa, How's the weather up in the north? Are all the reindeer well fed? Are the elves fine? This year I want simple simple things, but not too simple OK. First I have been about 30% good and 70% bad. Can you cut me a little slack this year? As you have the last 11 years, you cut me slack. I want a quiver of arrows and some more surprise presents. Sincerely, Hunter Frederick

Dear Santa Claus, How are you doing up at the North Pole. I hope you aren't busy. But you probably are because it is Christmas. If you aren't I hope you get to read my letter. For Christmas I would like an xbox Kinect and an Ipod touch. I already have an Ipod touch but it is getting old and it is not working well as it use to. If you can't get me an ipod touch that will be alright because I really want an xbox Kinect. Thanks Santa, Your friend, Kyle Childress P.S. If you get me an xbox Kinect I would also like a football game really bad. If there is no football I would like basketball if that's ok. Thank you so much. I will leave cookies and milk on the table for boost of energy. I forgot one gift; a laptop. If you can't that's ok.

Dear Santa, I love all the presents. I live in Downing, MO. One Christmas night my cousins and I were online watching you online watching you to see where you were at. Your nose is red as a cherry and your stomach full of cookies, pop and milk. Also, your beard is as white as snow. Christmas is full of giving thanks. This year I think I have been good. I would like an Ipod Toudh and all the Diary of a Wimpy kid books. Please! Truly yours, Kaylyn Anders

Dear Santa Claus, I hope this isn't too much to ask for. All I want for Christmas is a new DS. Also, can I ask for two more things? I want some DS pins with pouch and the other thing is that I want to be healthy. How are the reindeer? They should be able to fly on Christmas. Also, please say hi to the reindeer. And I hope you can grant my last wish. Also, I hope you can take real good care of your reindeer. Oh my dogs George and Dodge need a huge bone. Can you do one more thing nice for my good brother Travis and my very good brother Patrick? Your friend, Shalinda Shannan P.S. Get the bones from Western's Steakhouse!

Dear Santa Claus, Hello Santa! How is the weather up there? I have been really good this year. I'm going to leave you chocolate chip cookies and milk. You must get full eating a bunch of cookies so I will make a couple. The thing I want for Christmas is Nerf bullets. I promise not to shoot my brother. I also want a Kansas City Chiefs hat! Hopefully, I get a lot of presents this year. I hope Rudolph's nose is extra bright. Your friend, Mason Kliethermes

Dear Santa, How are you doing this year? How are the elves and the reindeer? How is Mrs. Claus? This year I will have some chocolate chip cookies for you! The cookies will be made by my sister who makes the best cookies ever. I will also have something healthy for every reindeer. For Christmas his year I would like an Ipod touch. I hope no reindeer get sick enough so they can't pull the sleigh. My Christmas tree will have lights on it so you know what room it is in. Thank you! Your friend, Will Fromm

Dear Santa, Okay, I'll come right out with it. I'm a Greek freak. So what I really want are the books Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Lightning Thief, Sea of Monsters, The Titans' Curse, Battle of Labyrinth, and the Last Olympian. I'm so very good that I deserve a lot. Oh make sure to give my little brother and sister something too. I deserve writing tools because I'm going to be an author, and I've been very, very, very, very, very good. Thank you very much. I'm going to give you an extra cookie and something for the reindeer. Please give Jaspar, my bunny, a winter coat, too. Your friend, Slade McAfee P.S I've been good that I make your best kid look like the worst child in the world!

Dear Santa, How are you doing? I hope the reindeer are up to the task of this year's Christmas. I'll leave some cookies and milk for you. If I could meet any reindeer it would be Donner. How many elves come with you? This year I want a set of crochet hooks and yarn. I also want a new trumpet and case. Sincerely, Adam Slayton

Dear Santa, How is the weather at the North Pole? It is warm and windy here in Missouri. Are the reindeer ready to pull the sleigh on Christmas Eve night? I can't wait to make you some cookies. I have been well behaved this year. I deserve all the gifts I will ask you for. I have been taking good car of my dog, and rabbit every day. I am deserving all my gifts because I have been good all year. This year I want an Xbox 360 Kinect, an Ipod Touch, an Airsoft gun, traps, and a laptop. P.S. I have been good about 97% of the time and 3% not so good. Your friend, Kolby Armstrong

Dear Santa, This year I have been good. I want an Ipod Touch, Xbox and the new Madden 12. That would make me very happy. I will leave a 4 pack of Monster. Can you write me a not of your favorite flavor. I will get you a bowl of cereal too! I hope you like it. Sincerely, Austin Cochran

Dear Santa Claus, How is the weather at the North Pole? How are the reindeer? How many elves work for you? I have been super good this year. I have helped my mom clean. I have helped my sister with her homework. I have also helped my mom with supper. I really deserve these gifts I am going to ask for. This year I want those boots from Boyers. I want a game for the Xbox 360 Kinect. I also want a game for the Xbox 360. Thank you very much Santa. Your friend, Nova M Cline

Dear Santa, What is it like at the North Pole? We haven't had any snow yet here in Missouri. I bet it's really busy in the North Pole this time of year. Are you ready to eat lots of cookies? I've been extra good this year. This year I've been getting awesome grades. I want an Ipod Touch this year please. I also want a Wii with lots of games with it please. Your friend, Kendra Middleton

Dear Santa, How are Santa Paws and Puppy Paws? I will be honest I have been naughty, but I have been nice. How is the Christmas Icicle? I saw that it almost melted. I could bring my dog and him and I could help. I could have a little crystal like Puppy Paws, my dog and I could wear them. I would like an Ipod Touch 1st Generation. That is all I would like. Sincerely, Jacob Kapfer

Dear Santa, How was your day been? I have been so very, very, very, very good. I am having a good day so far in Missouri. How is Mrs. Claus? Is Rudolph doing well? Guess What? I'm going to bake you the best cookies so please give me extra presents. Look at the following list for what I would like for Christmas: Ipod Touch, Laptop, and a puppy. You are a great person Santa. Your Bestest Friend, Haley Darcy P.S. I have been very good so please oh please don't send the Abominable Snowman. Thank you very much for doing business with me!

Dear Santa, How are you doing? Are you getting ready for Christmas? Is the sleigh clean and are the reindeer fine? I am going to leave out cookies and milk. I hope you can come to my house. Oh, and don't worry about Bella. She barks at everyone! I've been good this year! I will go out when it's snowing and I will push snow for free. In fall I do my chores and rake leaves and burn them. I go outside and play. I don't sit inside and play video games. All I want is 4 things. I want an Xbox 360 so that I can play it in the winter. I want games like MW 3 and Connect sports 1 and 2. If you can't get me these things I understand. Your friend, Matthew Woods

Dear Santa, How are you? I am doing good. Are you laying off the cookies? How is your reindeer? Maybe this year I will buy carrots instead of candy corn. Yes, you too Santa! I have been good this year except being mean to my sister Rose and my brother Derrick. I want two video games for my Xbox 360 like Rage and Saints Row 3. So, bye Santa. Tell the reindeer and the elves and Mrs. Claus that I said Good Bye. Have a Merry Christmas! Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas and a Good Year. Your friend, Troy Whitley

Campbell Tosses Gem as Tigers Capture Key Conference Win

Grant Campbell gets a visit on the mound from coach Matt Buford and catcher Gage Dodge during a game earlier this season. The junior didn’t require any visits on Friday night as he cruised to a 5-1 win over Schuyler County.

Grant Campbell gets a visit on the mound from coach Matt Buford and catcher Gage Dodge during a game earlier this season. The junior didn’t require any visits on Friday night as he cruised to a 5-1 win over Schuyler County.

Scotland County jumped out to an early lead over Schuyler County on Friday night in Memphis and Grant Campbell made the lead hold up. The junior hurler went the distance in a 5-1 victory over the Rams.

SCR-I struck for three runs in the bottom of the first inning. Gage Dodge led off with a walk and Aaron Buford followed with another base on balls before Will Fromm singled to right field to plate the game’s first run. Campbell walked to load the bases for Justin McKee who came through with a two-run single to centerfield to put the Tigers on top 3-0.

Schuyler County plated its lone run in the third inning on a double by Wyatt Homer.

SCR-I got the run back in the bottom of the inning courtesy of a pair of Rams’ errors.

The Rams threatened in the fourth and sixth innings, with a pair of base runners during each rally. But Campbell worked out of both jams to keep the score at 4-1.

SCR-I tacked on an insurance run in the bottom of the sixth inning. Buford led off with a double. He stole third base and came in to score on a ground out by Fromm.

Campbell retired the side in order in the seventh to notch the complete game victory. He allowed one earned run on just two hits while walking three and striking out six.

SCR-I managed just three hits on the night on offense. McKee had the key hit, the two-run single in the first inning and finished 1-3. Fromm was 1-4 with two RBIs and Buford went 1-3 with a pair of runs scored.

Scotland county improved to 8-3 on the season and 3-0 in the Tri-Rivers Conference.

Rutledge Couple, Son Arrested Following Altercation in Memphis

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A Rutledge couple and their son are facing felony charges following an altercation in Memphis on Friday night.

According to the Memphis Police Department, a report was received at 7:30 p.m. of an altercation at a residence on Jefferson and Maple streets in Memphis. The caller stated that a number of people armed with baseball bats were at the residence, breaking windows and making threats.

When officers arrived at the scene, the suspects had already fled. The home’s occupants were able to identify the three individuals responsible for breaking several windows at the home as well as several vehicle windows.

At 12:55 a.m. on Saturday morning, officers from the MPD, the Scotland County Sheriff’s Office and the Missouri State Highway Patrol served arrest warrants at a Rutledge residence where Jared D. Holt, 46 and Stacy Holt, 44, were taken into custody along with their son, 18-year-old Jacob D. Holt.

All three have initially been charged with class B felony burglary, class C felony tampering with a motor vehicle in the first degree, and class C felony assault in the second degree.

All three are being held in the Clark County Jail on $100,000 cash only bond.

They made initial court appearances on May 2nd in Scotland County Circuit Court where Judge Karl DeMarce overrules initial motions for bond reduction.

A May 10th court date has been set to review the counsel status of the defendants as well as to set the preliminary hearing date.

BABY FARRIS

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Pete and Jennifer Farris of Memphis are the parents of a son, Rhett Eli Farris, born April 24, 2016 at 1:38 p.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Rhett weighed 8 lbs 1 oz and was 20 inches long. He is welcomed home by big sister Taylor Farris. Grandparents are Paul and Debbie Briggs of Memphis and Mike and Cathy Farris of Greentop.

BABY TINKLE

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Sarah Neel and Roger Tinkle or Memphis are the parents of a son, Spencer Joseph Rex Tinkle, born April 24, 2016 at 5:20 a.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. Spencer weighed 8 lbs 1 oz and was 19 inches long. Siblings are Zack, Zoe, Sophia and Ryker Tinkle. Grandparents are Larry and Geneva Tinkle of Memphis and Tony and Jerri Maisano of Martin, TN.

BABY BEHRENS

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Emmaline Ann Behrens was born on April 4, 2016 at Boone Hospital in Columbia, MO.   She was 10 lbs. and was 22 inches long.  Parents are Jeff and Melissa Behrens and brother Zac Behrens, all of Memphis. Grandparents are Fritz and Janet Gerth of Memphis and Tom and Linda Behrens of Quincy, IL. Great-grandfather is Herb Kauffman of Washington, IL.

BABY COCHRAN

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Anna Buckallew and Darrin Cochran of Memphis are the parents of a daughter, CaliRae Marie Cochran. She was born April 22, 2016 at 9:09 a.m. at Scotland County Hospital in Memphis. CaliRae weighed 7lbs 5.4 oz and was 20.5 inches long. She was welcomed home by her four-year-old brother, Cash Arrin.. Grandparents are Lonnie and Michaelene (Mikie) Cochran and Susan Buckallew, all of Memphis. Great-grandparents are Stanley Roberts of Logan, IA; the late Virginia Rae Roberts, and Robert and Marie Brown of Memphis.

Alternative Solutions

Young visitor Freya meets the critter crew for the first time. Photo by Christina.

Young visitor Freya meets the critter crew for the first time. Photo by Christina.

It has been a rainy week here, with some crazy thunderstorms and a tornado warning on Wednesday, but it wasn’t enough to dampen the singing or the weeding or the outreach-ing. It takes some pretty rough weather to keep us inside.

Christina here, new resident of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, bringing you news of the green, the magical, and the pig.

Over the weekend, Dan, Javi, and Tereza went to St. Louis for the Earth Day Festival, where they staffed our booth, talking to people about Dancing Rabbit. People were interested in learning about life at an ecovillage. Many didn’t know that we have amenities, but we do indeed have electricity (I am writing on my laptop right now).

The Rabbits answered non-stop questions for the whole nine hours that they were there. People were especially interested in the sense of community and how we interact, and the materials that are used for building here. Apparently people are interested in finding alternative solutions to the problems that they face.  

During the second week of their session, the visitors have been attending workshops, joining in work parties, eating lots of great food prepared by the various kitchens, and visiting with the baby goats. They have formed some strong bonds, and are already figuring out how they can bring what they have learned back to their lives—or how they can bring their lives back to Dancing Rabbit. If you want to visit, we still have three visitor sessions left this year!

On Wednesday night, we had a small turn-out for the weekly song circle. Just my two kids, Max and Emma, as well three other participants. We had just taught the others to sing an old Quaker hymn called “Dear Friend” that Max learned in preschool when we heard the sirens and saw people headed toward the storm shelter in the basement of the Mercantile. As a former New Englander, I am not afraid of rough weather, but when I see the locals heading for shelter during a storm, I follow.

We headed down the wet and dripping stairs into the dark cramped basement. With around fifteen people and four dogs, it was definitely not the most comfortable situation. But as we turned the corner looking for more room to sit down, we heard “Dear Friend” being sung—with harmonies and in a round no less. After a few rounds of that song, the group spontaneously started another. I am new to song circle, so I didn’t know the songs beforehand, but I was mostly able to join in or at least hum along. 

The acoustics in the basement were great, and we found some buckets for seats. My kids each took a seat on one of my legs, and the dog found a place to lie down away from the other dogs. There were more rounds of song, and the time passed quickly.

This is the kind of magical moment that happens here all the time, but that doesn’t make it any less special.

Apparently, my daughter Emma had not had enough of the singing, because when we went to a post-dinner bonfire hosted by the visitors by the old pond last night, she wanted to sing a few more rounds of “Dear Friend”, this time accompanied by a drum circle. After a few rounds of “Have You Seen the Ghost of John” we were all sufficiently mesmerized by the fire and the stars and the croaking frogs. We didn’t talk much but sat perfectly content, drumming more at times and less at others, and adding more wood to the fire.

In my other life, this would have been a once-a-year type experience, but spontaneous song has graced my life twice this week.

In other news, things are green.  

The cabbage, kale, and lettuce are thriving in our little garden, and so are the weeds. I spent about an hour hacking away at some long grass that has been choking out the tiny pea shoots that are bravely making their way up from the ground. I like snap peas, and more importantly, they are a green vegetable that my kids will eat. The prairie is beautiful here, but not when it’s in my garden. I think I might find a pick ax to go at the grass roots later today…  

On Friday, the Critters finally received their much-awaited pig. For the bacon and sausage fans among us, this was an exciting event. But it will be a few months until the pigs are ready for slaughter, and so until then, we have lots of greens and eggs.

We’ll go out to pick those greens when the rain stops, singing out loud or in our heads.

Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage is an intentional community and educational non-profit outside Rutledge, MO, focused on demonstrating sustainable living possibilities. We offer public tours of the village at 1pm on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, April-October; the next is May 14th. Reservations not required. Tours are free, though donations to help us continue our educational and outreach efforts are gratefully accepted. For directions, call the office at 660-883-5511 or email us at dancingrabbit@ic.org. To find out more about us, you can also check out our website: www.dancingrabbit.org.

Wesley, Helen Knupp Celebrating 65 Years of Marriage

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Wesley and Helen Knupp of Wyaconda will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary with an open-house reception hosted by their children.  The open-house will be from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 15, 2016 at the Christian Church in Wyaconda.  Friends and family are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts.

Wesley Knupp and the former Helen Sprague were married on May 11, 1951 in Kahoka, MO. They have lived in the Wyaconda area since that time. Wesley and Helen are the parents of the late Clifford (Betty) Knupp of Wyaconda, Ed Knupp of Wyaconda, Crystal (Brad) Bliven of Quincy, IL and Lori (Dan) Doyle of Wyaconda.   They have 9 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

Stop by and celebrate with Wesley & Helen on Sunday, May 15, or mail a card to them at PO Box 263, Wyaconda MO 63474.

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Weed Eating the Road to Innovation

Members of the Memphis MoDOT maintenance team were honored for this tractor-mounted weed eater innovation helping to streamline roadside trimming.

Members of the Memphis MoDOT maintenance team were honored for this tractor-mounted weed eater innovation helping to streamline roadside trimming.

Memphis MoDOT maintenance team brings home two awards for weed eating upgrade.

HANNIBAL – Every year, teams of Missouri Department of Transportation employees submit entries for the Innovations Challenge competition.

“This is an opportunity for MoDOT employees to bring innovations dedicated toward best practices and being the best value to customers,” explained Amy Crawford, MoDOT’s Northeast District Innovations coordinator and area engineer.

This year the Northeast District had several qualifying entries competing in the showcase and one innovation that brought home two statewide awards – the tractor mounted weed eater, borne in the Memphis maintenance facility.

Shannon Partin, Todd Greenstreet, and Richard Hyde, of the Memphis maintenance facility, and mechanics Robey Farr, Cyle Jones and Payden McCarty, came up with the idea for the tractor-mounted weed eater due to how difficult it was to manually cut around post with the reflectors and the guard rail post with regular weed eaters.

“Our maintenance superintendent was looking for a way to make weed eating easier and faster around the delineators along U.S. 61, and he knew our crew would enjoy the challenge of creating a new product,” Hyde explained.  “This innovation allows us to easily attach heavy duty string to a tractor and closely cut brush and weeds around post with reflectors, guard rail post and cable rail,” he added.  It saves time, money, and cuts down on injuries that occur during regular weed eating such as sprained ankles, back pain and heat exhaustion. This weed eater only requires one operator in the tractor and one employee following behind in a vehicle verses an entire maintenance crew working on foot.

“The tractor-mounted weed eater was used last year to mow from the Iowa state line to St. Charles County on U.S. 61 in just two weeks,” said Richard Hyde, one of the Innovations Challenge winners.   Usually to complete this task in two weeks, it would take several employees from every maintenance facility along U.S. 61 between the Iowa border and the St. Charles County line weed eating.

There was a total of forty-one eligible district and division winners presenting at the Innovations Challenge showcase, and twenty entries competing in the Tool & Equipment Best Practices category.   The tractor-mounted weed eater won in the category of Tool & Equipment Best Practices Award, and also took home the People’s Choice Award, an award voted on by all showcase attendees.  “This innovation is a valuable asset in daily MoDOT operations, and it will be considered by all 174 maintenance facilities throughout the state,” Crawford concluded.

Scotland County Commission Meeting Minutes

Thursday, April 21, 2016

PLACE OF MEETING: Scotland County Courthouse Commission Chambers

The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m.

PRESENT WERE:  Presiding Commissioner, Duane Ebeling; Eastern District Commissioner, Danette Clatt; Western District Commissioner, David Wiggins; and County Clerk, Batina Dodge.

Commissioner Wiggins moved to approve the consent agenda; seconded by Presiding Commissioner Ebeling. Motion carried 3-0.

The minutes from April 20, 2016 were presented. Commissioner Clatt moved to approve the regular session minutes; seconded by Commissioner Wiggins. Motion carried 3-0.

Presiding Commission Ebeling reported he attended a pipeline safety meeting in Kahoka Wednesday evening.

The Commission reviewed and approved the 2016 Railroad and Utility Schedule 13s and Form 40 as presented by Batina Dodge, County Clerk.

At 9:30 a.m. Commissioner Wiggins moved to enter executive session pursuant to RSMo § 610.021(3).  The motion was seconded by Presiding Commissioner Ebeling, and carried 3-0.

Commissioner Wiggins moved to exit executive session at 9:36 a.m. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Clatt, and carried 3-0.

The Commission signed the new IV-D County Reimbursement Cooperative Agreement with the Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division as presented by George Cramer.

Bids for bulk diesel fuel were opened and read as follows:

Prairieland FS, Inc. bid $1.891 base price on 2,160 gallons of #1 ULS dyed diesel fuel with Dieselex and $1.621 base price for 37,840 gallons of #2 ULS dyed diesel fuel with Dieselex.

MFA Oil Company presented a bid of $1.7306 base price per gallon of #2 ULSD premium boss dyed diesel fuel.

Commissioner Wiggins moved to accept the bid from FS as lowest and best. Motion seconded by Commissioner Clatt.  Motion carried 3-0.

Seeing no further business, Presiding Commissioner Ebeling adjourned the meeting at 12:00 p.m.

The Scotland County Commission adjourned to meet in regular session on Wednesday, April 27, 2016.

 

Friday, April 22, 2016

Commissioners Ebeling, Clatt, and Wiggins attended a Northeast Regional Commissioners meeting in Edina.  Speakers included Paula Gough, MoDOT District Engineer; Dick Burke, MAC Executive Director, and Ivan Schraeder, attorney.

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

PLACE OF MEETING: Scotland County Courthouse Commission Chambers

The meeting was called to order at 8:30 a.m.

PRESENT WERE:  Presiding Commissioner, Duane Ebeling; Eastern District Commissioner, Danette Clatt; Western District Commissioner, David Wiggins; and County Clerk, Batina Dodge.

Commissioner Wiggins moved to approve the consent agenda; seconded by Presiding Commissioner Ebeling. Motion carried 3-0.

The minutes from April 21, 2016 were presented. Commissioner Clatt moved to approve the regular and executive session minutes; seconded by Commissioner Wiggins. Motion carried 3-0.

The Commission issued a letter of support to the City of Memphis for a recycling grant application being submitted to the Northeast Solid Waste Management District.

Ryan Clark, Road and Bridge Supervisor, discussed current projects with the Commission.

Seeing no further business, Presiding Commissioner Ebeling adjourned the meeting at 12:00 p.m.

The Scotland County Commission adjourned to meet in regular session on Thursday, April 28, 2016

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