The Hinds County Board of Supervisors just dug the hole they are trying to hide in even deeper this week.
Supervisors Phil Fisher and Peggy Calhoun tried to warn the other three to no avail.
The multi-million dollar no bid contract was awarded to Airwave to maintain 3 radio tower sites and service radios.
But, it violates the state's bid law since it is not for the professional services allowed by the law like physicians, attorneys, accountants, engineers and the like.
Hopefully State Auditor Stacey Pickering will eventually get to the bottom of what these hoodwinking political houndogs are doing.
Let's just hope they don't bury the bones so deep they can't be found.
That's my Point of View.