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  • Charges expected in Infants weekend death
  • Cause of Jacksonville weekend fire under investigation
  • Governor signs houseboat ban
  • State Agriculture Commissioner wants extension or Exemption for farmers.
  • KIA Plant suppliers seeking sites


Charges expected in Infants weekend death 

A 23 month old infant discovered by Gadsden Fire Department Medics at North 6th Place Saturday afternoon died of possible head trauma late Saturday night.  Gadsden police say that the infant was treated at Gadsden Regional Medical Center and the was transported to Children’s Hospital in Birmingham where he died Saturday night.  The exact cause of the child’s death has not been released, however investigators expect charges to be filed soon. 


Cause of Jacksonville weekend fire under investigation 

Jacksonville city fire officials say they are investigating the cause of a Saturday night fire which destroyed a home on Spring Avenue near Kitty Stone Elementary School.  Firefighters were called to the vacant house near 8 Saturday night finding the house fully involved when they arrived.  Units had to enter the property thru the school parking lot as the home was surrounded by trees. 



Governor signs houseboat ban 

Governor Bob Riley Friday signed into law a plan to limit or ban houseboats, high-speed boats, pontoon boats and other boats longer than 30.5 feet from three East Alabama lakes.  The new law will apply to Weiss Lake in Cherokee County, Lake Martin in Coosa, Elmore and Tallapoosa Counties and Lake Harris, also know as Lake Wedowee, in Randolph County.  The new law bans houseboats beginning July 1, 2007, except houseboats licensed and in use by this July 1st would be eligible for a permit allowing its continued use on that lake only.  It will effective October first of this year ban cigarette boats and similar recreational boats longer than 26 feet 11 inches and rated for, or capable of, a top speed exceeding 60 mph.  The new law will allow boats longer than 30.5 feel if they are in use or available for sale at a marina at one of the three lakes on July first of this year.  The new law does not affect sailboats.  Violations will be punishable by a fine of between $100 and 1,000, however first time violators will be issued a warning.

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State Agriculture Commissioner wants extension or exemption for farmers 

Alabama Agriculture and Industries Commissioner Ron Sparks has asked that the planned enforcement of the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations requiring commercial vehicle registration by the state department of Public Safety be extended or that exemptions be allowed for the states farmers from those federal regulations.  The State adopted the federal regulations in 1987 requiring any truck with a gross vehicle rating or a gross combined weight rating of more than ten thousand pounds used commercially on state highways to be registered as commercial vehicles with visible registration numbers and the name of the business posted on the vehicle.  In the past, these regulations have not been enforced by the state.  The Department of Public Safety has given notice that effective July first; all commercial interstate and intrastate carriers must be in compliance.  Sparks said it will mean that farmers who haul their own products would have to register as a commercial hauler.  Sparks said that there is a big difference between a farmer taking his cows or produce to market and a professional driver who is hauling for hire.  Sparks said that House Bill 222 passed the legislature which will allow any pick up truck used for personal or agricultural use would be based on gross vehicle weight or the empty weight of the truck, instead of usage.  Sparks said that the bill will give farmers some help, but he said he hopes the department of Public Safety will provide the state’s farmers with a reprieve from the federal regulations.


KIA Plant suppliers seeking sites 

With the selection of West Point Georgia as the site for a new KIA motors plant, representatives of a Korean auto parts supplier, Hyung Je Tech, a Korean company that makes gauges, metal and plastic moldings and headlight housings, is searching for a location for a plant to manufacture parts for the West Georgia plant.    Representatives with the company were in Birmingham last week in their search for a plant site where as many as 300 would be employed.  Three sites were toured last week, the former Stockham Valve site, the Trinity Steel property and the Daniel Payne industrial park, all in Birmingham.  The company is searching for a site to construct a fifty thousand square foot plant.  Besides Birmingham, officials say that other sites in Alabama and Georgia are also in the running.   The west Georgia KIA Plant is expected to be completed by 2008.


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