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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Anniston Councilman seeks to halt PCB cleanup
  • Oxford Council refuses to reverse road name change
  • Anniston police arrest robbery suspects
  • Anniston challenges zoning variances


Anniston Councilman seeks to halt PCB cleanup 

Special Audio report with Alabama 810 News Director Mike Mitchell


Oxford Council refuses to reverse road name change 

Oxford City Council members said Tuesday they have no plans to reverse their earlier action changing the name of the road leading to the Anniston Army Depot.  Last month the council unanimously approved changing Harry Ayers drive to Victory Drive at the request of Depot employee Andrew Burnes.  The Depot Commander Col. Alexander Raulerson sent the council a letter asking that the council reverse their decision keeping the road named for the founder of the Anniston Star newspaper.  The mayor and council member have said they feel that Victory drive is more appropriate in that it honors veterans and that they will not reconsider their action.  In other action Mayor Leon Smith announced that the city is courting two new industries, one could offer 93 jobs in a 40,000 square foot facility.  The other is planning a 115 million dollar project in the city.  The mayor would not give details on who the prospects were.  The city has also scheduled a public meeting to discuss a possible smoking ordinance for the city on August 15th at 6:30pm at city hall.



Anniston police arrest robbery suspects 

Anniston police have arrested two individuals in separate armed robberies.  49 year old Randy Edward Kirkland of Anniston has been charged with one count of first degree felony robbery in the June 30th robbery of a 51 year old man in an alley off west 29th street.  Police have arrested 27 year old Matthew Cater Moore of Oxford charging him with one count of first degree felony robbery in connection with last Saturdays robbery at the AOC foodmart on McClellan Blvd.  Police say that Moores arrest was based on information and a vehicle description given by witnesses.  Police also recovered part of the cash drawer taken in that robbery.


Anniston challenges zoning variances 

The Anniston Mayor and City Council voted Tuesday night to file an appeal to two recent decisions by the cities Zoning board of adjustment.  The board, citing hardship, approved a variance for a business to place a sign on Leighton Avenue, the other allows the construction of a commercial mini warehouse facility on Hillcrest road.  Mayor Chip Howell questions wheather the actions are an actual hardship cases.   The city must appeal the decision by this Friday.  Councilman Stan Bennett said he has concerns about the boards actions.  The council voted Tuesday night to proceed with filing their appeal to the actions in circuit court.

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