Pickett Commissioners June 29th Meeting
The Pickett County Commissioners met in regular session
on June 29, 2009. Present and presiding was the honorable
Stephen Bilbrey, Chairman and Robert Lee, Clerk of the Court.
Court was called to order by Clerk Lee who turned the meeting
over to Chairman Bilbrey. The invocation was given by Danny
Dennis. The Pledge of Allegiance was given by all. All commissioners
were present with exception of Alice Storie. The following
is action taken at that meeting:
Passed a motion by Eddie Holt and seconded by Colan Huddleston
to approve the agenda as presented. All ayes.
Carried a motion by Danny Dennis and seconded by Kenny
Tompkins to approve FY2008/2009 Budget Amendment #11 -
County General Fund as submitted by Mr. Stephen Bilbrey,
County Executive. All ayes.
Approved a motion by Eddie Holt and seconded by Wayne
Clayborn to approve FY2008/2009 Budget Amendment #12-
Solid Waste Fund as submitted by Mr. Stephen Bilbrey, County
Executive. All ayes.
Passed a motion by Colan Huddleston and seconded by
Penny Russell to approve the purchase of jail keys and windows
in the amount of $749.00 for the Pickett County Jail using account
number 34330 Reserve for Capital Outlay. All ayes.
Motion by Evan Wright and seconded By Eddie Holt to
award the bid for Prisoner Meals for FY2009/2010 to the Dixie
Cafe in the amount of $4.50 per meal with five or more or $5.00
per meal for four or less. Eddie Holt, Penny Russell, Kenny
Tompkins and Evan Wright voted aye; David Beaty, Wayne
Clayborn and Danny Dennis voted nay; Misty Dowdy, Deborah
Garrett, William Gibson and Colan Huddleston passed. Motion
Approved a motion by Danny Dennis and seconded by David
Beaty to award the bid for Prisoner Meals for FY2009/2010 to
4 Friends Deli in the amount of $4.00 per meal. All present
voted aye except for Misty Dowdy, Deborah Garrett and Colan
Huddleston who passed.
Carried a motion by Colan Huddleston and seconded by
Eddie Holt to adjourn until the next scheduled County Court
meeting on July 20, 2009 in the Community Room of the Pickett