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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Jacksonville Council still investigating downtown club
  • FAA releases local airport grants
  • Jacksonville Council rejects Depot renovation bid
  • Oxford School Board approves 2006-2007 school calendar
  • Anniston Police searching for Armed Robbery Suspect


Jacksonville Council still investigating downtown club 

There was no discussion by Jacksonville city officials Monday night regarding their investigation into a Jacksonville Night Spot.  The mayor and council did, however go into executive session with the city attorney to discuss a civil legal matter and the criminal investigation of a person who is not a public employee of the city.  According to Jacksonville mayor Johnny Smith, the city is still investigating the cock diesel club and the cities options.  Jacksonville police say they have not had any problems at the Cock Diesel since the incident several weeks ago when a JSU Student athlete sustained serious injuries after being cut with a broken beer bottle.  Officials at the club say that after that incident they began only serving beer in cans or plastic cups.  Police meanwhile expressed concerns that the club never contacted police about the incident which police learned about when called by the hospital. 



FAA released local airport grants 

Cherokee county has been awarded a $673 thousand dollar grant for the Centre-Piedmont - Cherokee County Regional Airport.  Officials say the grant will allow further construction on the runway as well as navigational and approach aids and the runway lighting and vertical visual guidance system.  Centre Mayor Phil Powell says the money will help complete the 5,500 foot runway.  The airport is located about six miles north of the Calhoun Cherokee County Line on Alabama Highway 9 and is expected to cost about 4 million dollars to complete.  Powell said that about have of the cost has been spent on site work with 90% of the funding coming from the FAA and the remaining from the state, county and cities.  The Talladega Municipal airport also received a three hundred thousand dollar grant which will be used to bring the airport up to code and allow an information landing system to be installed for more precise pilot landings.


Jacksonville Council rejects Depot renovation bid 

Jacksonville city officials say it is a project that they have been working to get off the ground for several years.  The project is the renovation of the old train depot in downtown Jacksonville.  The project received another setback Monday night when the council rejected the sole bid on the project.  Mayor Johnny Smith said the bid was almost double the projected cost of the projectOfficials speculated that the rising cost of building materials and the lack of competition for construction projects may have had a lot to do with the high bid.


Oxford School Board approves 2006-2007 school calendar

The Oxford City Board of Education approved the systems 2006-2007 school calendar Monday night.  To meet a new state requirement that extends the school year by five days, the board approved beginning school three days earlier that the past and eliminating two bad weather days.  School in Oxford will begin on August 7th, the same as Jacksonville schools and three days ahead of the opening of Calhoun County Schools.  Oxford’s winter break will begin on Dec 20th and run thru January 3rd giving students 15 consecutive days off.  Calhoun County schools will get 11 days off for winter break and county students will receive an extra in service day off in February.  Jacksonville students will get 18 days for winter break with less spring in service days.  Anniston schools have yet to approve their school calendar for next year.  Fall and spring breaks in Oxford will remain a week long running Oct. 9-13th and March 19-23, the same as both Jacksonville and Calhoun county. 


Anniston Police searching for armed robbery suspect 

Anniston police are seeking a suspect in the armed robbery of a business Monday morning.  According to Anniston Police, a black male wearing a white tee shirt armed with a handgun and pepper spray, entered Quick Cash Advance 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. 


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