From the WMPM news site:
Selma Awards Bids For Electrical, Water, Sewer Improvements - The Town of Selma has awarded a $1.31 million bid for equipment for a new electrical substation. Another bid for $417,816 was approved for water and sewer improvements. A majority of the work is required to supply Sysco with utility services when they open next year.
"The Selma News", as is always the case with print media, has more detail. Part of the article is here.
Selma is getting started now on planning next year's antique show. Very good. That is how it should be done. Early planning with local business is important. "The Selma News" has more detail:
Selma Development Partnership appoints Antique Show committee
The topic of conversation at the Selma Development Partnership meeting last Thursday centered on plans for the town’s next antique show. It was decided that the show will no longer be known as the East Coast Antique Show, but will be the Selma Antique Show.
A committee, made up of three local antique dealers and members of the Selma Development Partnership, was set up to work out details of next year’s show. Appointed to the committee were Rose Wagaman, Albert Kenzsak, and Donna Reid.
A meeting of the committee and all Selma antique dealers is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3 at 6 p.m. in the town hall conference room. All interested Selma antique dealers are encouraged to attend this brainstorming meeting.
Also of note in Selma is that one of our police officers will be serving a tour of duty in Afghanistan. I bid you Godspeed, Officer Michael Conway.