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  • Goodyear worker injured on picket line
  • Gadsden agency gets HUD grant
  • Cherokee voters to decide on health and safety act
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Goodyear worker injured on picket line 

A Striking Goodyear worker, walking the picket line in front of the companies Gadsden plant is claiming that  he was hit by a car driven by a temporary worker leaving the tire plant Wednesday afternoon. The incident occurred near 4:30 Wednesday afternoon  involving a four-door Honda that apparently tried to avoid being detained by striking workers on the picket line. Joe Morgan, a 27 year employee at Goodyear said that The person driving that vehicle gunned it, and when she did, she hit the side of his leg knocking him to the ground. Goodyear corporate spokesman Ed Markey said the company was aware of an incident at the Gadsden picket line.  Markey said that "Goodyear security is looking into it, and we're still in the process of gathering information," Goodyear announced last week it would be "selectively adding temporary workers in affected plants to continue serving customers.".   Union officials said that the union members were within the law in the manner they conducted their picket Wednesday when the incident occurred.  Union officials counted as temporary workers arrived Wednesday morning and 24 crossed the picket line for jobs inside the plant some of the temporary workers respected the picket line and did not cross it.


Gadsden agency gets HUD grant 

U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt announced Wednesday that Baptist Health Services Inc. in Gadsden will receive a $4,358,700 federal grant to build housing for the very low-income elderly.  A U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant program helps expand the supply of affordable housing with supportive services for the elderly.  In addition to funding the construction and rehabilitation of projects to create apartments, the HUD grants will subsidize rent for three years so that residents classified as "very low-income"  will pay only 30 percent of their adjusted incomes as rent.  Baptist Health Services plans to construct an apartment complex consisting of 47 one-bedroom units near Baptist Retirement Village, which is on Coats Street in East Gadsden.


Cherokee voters to decide on health & safety act 

Cherokee County voters will have the chance to vote next week on whether to give their county government the power to regulate “health and safety” issues such as junkyards, litter and unsanitary sewage. The County Commission voted in August to put the question on the Nov. 7 ballot. Only residents outside city and town limits in Cherokee County will be able to vote on the issue. The act, which affects only unincorporated areas, does not give the commission zoning or taxing authority and it does not deal with property rights. The act would cover animal control, noise and pollution. Before the commission adopts any ordinance on health and safety, a public hearing would be held. Several other counties in Alabama are voting this election on giving county governments this authority. If a county resident violated a health and safety ordinance, fines are limited to $150 per violation. The ordinance also provides for notice to those who are violating an ordinance. Operations such as hog and chicken farms that already are governed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture would not come under this ordinance.  


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