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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Police Seeking Robbery Suspect
  • Jacksonville Council expected to discuss problems with nightclub
  • Calhoun County YMCA may move headquarters to Oxford
  • Opposition to Houseboat ban increases


Police Seeking Robbery Suspect 

Anniston police are seeking a suspect in the robbery of a business Monday morning.  According to reports, a black male wearing a white tee shirt armed with a handgun and pepper spray, entered a cash checking business near 9:30 Monday morning.  The man forced employees into a back room where he sprayed one of the clerks with pepper spray and fled with an undetermined amount of cash.  Officials say that the suspect is believed to fled the scene in a Grey Ford Taurus. 


Jacksonville Council expected to discuss problems with nightclub 

The Jacksonville City council is expected to discuss problems with a downtown nightclub when they meet tonight.  Earlier this month Mayor Johnnie Smith said that the city would investigate their options regarding the issues with the Cock Diesel club on the town square.    In a council meeting earlier this month, the council was confronted by business leaders and parents concerned with the goings on at the club and the problems that have arisen since the club opened last fall.  Police officials say that some 40 of the clubs patrons have been arrested since the club opened.  The most recent wave of complains surfaced after a Jacksonville State University Student Athlete sustained a serious injury in the club and club management did not call police as required under their Alcohol license.  Club officials say they have followed suggestions by city officials to increase security at the club.  The city council has been urged by opponents of the club to declare it a nuisance and have it closed or have them to clean up their act.   The Jacksonville Mayor and Council will meet tonight at 7pm at the Jacksonville City Hall.


Calhoun County YMCA may move headquarters to Oxford 

The Calhoun County YMCA may be moving its headquarters to Oxford.  The Oxford City council is to take up the proposal to lease 24 acres to the YMCA for a dollar a year.  The YMCA Board of directors has agreed that the Anniston YMCA building on 14th street will remain open and the new facility in Oxford would become their headquarters.  If the proposed lease is finalized by attorneys, it could be signed at Tuesday nights Oxford Council Meeting.  YMCA Officials stay that a 2004 market study revealed that 80 percent of the YMCA members live in east Anniston or Oxford.  Officials say the deal between the city and the YMCA would offer the YMCA an opportunity to purchase the property in the 10th year of the lease. 



Opposition to Houseboat ban increases

As the Legislature re-convenes this week, opposition continues to mount across Alabama against a proposal to ban houseboats on Alabama’s Lakes.  Members of two lake associations along Smith Lake are the latest to voice their disagreement over the bill sponsored by Rep. Gerald Dial of Lineville.  Officials with the Smith Lake Environmental Protection Committee, which has about 300 members and the 200 member Smith Lake Civic Association, say that there is strong opposition to the proposal.  Some have questioned how quickly the bill was introduced and passed committee before those affected learned of the proposal.  Alabama Power supports the legislation.  Rep. Dial said he introduced the bill after a Georgia Development company said that they would not consider proceeding with a multi million dollar development on Lake Wedowee unless houseboats were banned from the lake.  The legislation would prohibit houseboats and high powered boats from most Alabama lakes.  Local legislators who met with opponents last week say they would be surprised that the bill would pass with the rising opposition.  Many opponents say that they fear Alabama Powers financial clout in the legislature will lead to passage of the bill. 


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