Updated 12/21/20


The Lynnville Mayor and Aldermen passed a resolution to allow the Giles County Highway Department to conduct work on Lynnville city roads as needed during the monthly meeting.
Lynnville Mayor Robert White made know to the aldermen that the tax bills received by city residents were incorrect.
White said the bills show a rate of 0.584 percent when they should be 0.25 percent.
The mayor advised that residents should not pay these bills, and that corrected bills should be forthcoming.
According to Town Clerk Dawn Baron, the bills should be the same as the last three years’, and residents could pay just that amount.  
After the discussion in November without a vote about the lawn service, the board agreed to accept the Singular Lawn Service bid. The vote was split, but the bid was ultimately accepted by the board.
The board agreed with White that the police chief and volunteer officers should receive a year-end bonus for their service to the city.
Also, it was reported no progress has been made in researching the graveyard recently discovered in the city.