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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Two arrested in Tuesday Bank Robbery in Jacksonville
  • Anniston wants to be involved in land sales at McClellan
  • Progress made at water hearing
  • Piedmont accepts bid on abandoned school

 

Two arrested in Tuesday Bank Robbery in Jacksonville 

Two men, both originally from Etowah county, have been arrested in connection with the Tuesday morning robbery of the Wachovia bank on highway 21 in Jacksonville.  According to Jacksonville police chief Tommy Thompson, the two were arrested Tuesday afternoon in Jacksonville by members of the Drug Task Force, DEA and Jacksonville Police.  Chief Thompson said that the names were being withheld at the request of the FBI.  The chief did say that one of the suspects was currently living in Jacksonville and that one of the men was originally from Gadsden and the other from Attalla.  Both men are being charged with federal bank robbery charges. 

 

Anniston wants to be involved in land sales at McClellan

The Anniston City Council wants input into the sale of property at McClellan when the sale results in property tax exemptions.. The council Tuesday night approved requesting that the JPA consult with the city before making any such sales.  City Manager George Monk said the council has concerns about the sale of property to non profits.  On another matter, the city is currently preparing to accept requests for proposals for someone to operate the restaurant at the golf course at McClellan. The City has developed requirements, including checking the financial stability and business background of those seeking to lease the restaurant.  Councilman Ben Little said he wants to see the city work to develop minority owned businesses at McClellan, saying he felt that the request for proposal may need to be modified to achieve that goal.  Little said that there are currently no minority owned businesses at McClellan.

 

Progress made at water hearing 

 A top U-S Army Corps of Engineers official promised to update fifty-year-old manuals used to regulate contested river systems in Georgia, Florida and Alabama, a move that could ease water concerns and might even set the stage for a cease-fire in the protracted tri-state water wars.
   The commitment came at a field hearing conducted yesterday (Tuesday) by Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss, chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee. The hearing focused on the effects of the Corp's management of the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa and Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basins.
   Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue said his state is preparing a statewide water management plan, but said the Corps' inefficient, inaccurate or unpredictable operation of the two river systems was creating uncertainty about water supplies for residents and industries and hampering fishing and boating on lakes such as West Point Lake, which separates Alabama and Georgia north of Columbus.    Perdue also said he and Alabama Governor Bob Riley are trying to
reach an agreement on sharing water from the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa.
 

 

Piedmont accepts bid on abandoned school 

Piedmont’s old Southside School property has a new owner soon after the City Council this week agreed to accept a $165,000 bid on the property made by Piedmont native Billy Lindsey in the October 13th auction of the property.

While council members voiced disappointment that the bids were not higher.   City manager Charles Fagan told the council the property would continue to cost taxpayers money if it was left vacant any longer.   Lindsey has not indicated his plans for the property which has been vacant for some time.
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