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Calhoun County Commission Honors Top Athletes from Donoho

Calhoun County Commission

Calhoun County, AL – The Calhoun County Commission met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, January 12th, 2023.

Calhoun County Commission

  • Call To Order
    • Fred Wilson – Present
    • Danny Shears – Present
    • Carolyn Henderson – Present
    • Terry Howell – Present
    • Lee Patterson – Present
  • Invocation/Pledge Of Allegiance – Unanimously Approved
  • Adopt Agenda – Unanimously Approved
  • Elected Official/Department Head Comments – No Comments
  • Special Recognition – Donoho High School Volleyball Team
    • The Donoho school won and were titled as state champions. This is after being moved into a more competitive class.
    • Winners include:
      • Lily Grace Draper
      • Mary Marshall Perry
      • Ansley Simmons
      • Hannah Sprayberry
      • Sarah Waggoner
      • Estalla Connell
      • Ryals Jones
      • Blair Kitchen
      • Samantha Wakefield
      • Callee Taylor
      • Kate Willamon
      • Coach: Anna Taylor
    • For more details on their victory please see the article written about their championship win.
  • Adopt Minutes – Unanimously Approved
  • Old Business
    • ABC Board Application – SSSS22 LLC, d/b/a Choccolocco Package Store – Unanimously Approved
      • This is a lounge retail liquor license located at 3400 Choccolocco Road Suite B in Anniston.
    • Nuisance Abatements – Unanimously Approved
      • 329 Rice Avenue, Anniston – Reeves, Billy & Carolyn
      • 907 Vigo Avenue, Weaver – Harrast ET AL, Kenneth
      • 15 Timike Drive, Anniston – Santos, Hermenio
    • Nuisance Dismissals – Unanimously Approved
      • 1117 W. 49th Street, Anniston – Commons, William & Maria
      • 3911 Boxwood Avenue, Anniston – Montalto, Bobby
      • 60 Turley Drive, Anniston – Everly, Debbie
      • 2305 Roy Webb Cutoff Road, Piedmont – McDaniel, Justin & Rebecca
      • 507 Oak Lane, Anniston – Hooper, Jason
      • 320 W. Medders Street, Anniston – Champion, Greta
      • 711 W. 62nd Street, Anniston – Allen, Ricky
      • 0 Eulaton Pike Road, Anniston – Sims, Larry & Coppitt, Eugenia
      • 5512 Chandler Street, Anniston – Bence, Rhonda
      • 94 Bailey Street, Anniston – Minniefield, Mattie
      • 2033 Old Choccolocco Road, Anniston – Hopson, John (EST) Cathy
      • 1213 Carter Street, Anniston – Jordan, Jennie
      • 0 Adams Street, Anniston – Manis, Lora
    • New Business
      • Nuisance Declarations – Unanimously Approved
        • 322 S. Marshall Street, Anniston – Winningham, Harold c/o Greg
        • 0 S. Ledbetter Street, Anniston – Winningham, Harold c/o Greg
        • 331 S. Ledbetter Street, Anniston – Winningham, Harold c/o Greg
        • 1504 Piedmont Jacksonville Road, Piedmont – Vinson, Rascoe & Donna
      • 2022 County Rebuild Alabama Annual Report – Unanimously Approved
        • The annual report was prepared showing the total expenditures total $1,965,305.65 on two Rocky Hallow Road projects and a Viggo Road project.
      • Surplus Property – Unanimously Approved
        • Commissioner of License – 2013 Ford F-150 truck
      • Property Acceptance – Unanimously Approved
        • Commissioner of License – 2022 Chevrolet Colorado
      • Flock Safety Service Agreement – Unanimously Approved
        • This was for the purchase of ten tag reader cameras  (two in each district). This will help the Sheriff’s Department monitor the roadways.
      • Contract Extension Resolution – Counseling Services for Prospective Law Enforcement Officers – Unanimously Approved
        • This contract was extended for two additional one year terms at no change in cost.
      • Board Appointments
        • Calhoun County Community Punishment & Corrections Authority – At Large – Unanimously Approved
          • Amanda Young was selected by Chairman Fred Wilson.
        • MPO Citizens Advisory Committee – District 2 – Unanimously Approved
          • Bill Williams was chow to fill the unexpired term of Julie Borelli.
      • Calhoun County Policy Resolution – Unanimously Approved
        • Slight verbiage changes were made by the human resources department.
    • Public Comments
      • A representative from ASAP spoke to remind all of the upcoming GALA on February 7th at the Oxford Civic Center.
      • Audrey Maxwell with the Chamber of Commerce reminded all of upcoming events and that there was a focus on regional chamber events and not just county.
      • Dr. Reyes spoke of the many successes in the County School system and also discussed upcoming community meetings.
      • David West reminded all of the upcoming AG shows. For more information contact the Calhoun County Extension Office.
    • Adjourn – Unanimously Approved

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