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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News
 

  • Request raises racial issues at Anniston Council Meeting
  • JPA begins capping of Landfill at McClellan
  • Horses die in Moody stable fire
  • Gadsden revises smoking ordinance

 

Request raises racial issues at Anniston Council Meeting 

Audio report with Alabama 810 News Director Mike Mitchell   

 

JPA begins capping of Landfill at McClellan 

The Joint Powers Authority invited the community to celebrate with them Tuesday as they began “capping” a landfill in the northwest corner of McClellan. Anniston Mayor Chip Howell, vice chairman of the JPA said the capping of the landfill is of vital importance to the environment future and safety of the area.  The landfill was in operation while McClellan was still operating as a military installation and officials said in included, among other things, medical waste from the old Noble Army hospital. The JPA awarded the $2 million contract for capping the landfill to Florida-based WRS. The JPA was able to save $700,000 in Army cleanup money by using dirt from the site of the Lowe’s Home Improvement Store at McClellan.

  

 

Horses die in Moody stable fire 

Eight horses – including six show horses - died Tuesday in a Moody stable fire started by embers from a nearby brush fire.  Firefighters had to remove owner Courtney Huguley out of the stable as she tried to save horses. Fifteen horses survived. When firefighters arrived at the Stepping Stone Farm, on Kelly Creek Road, the 7,200-square-foot stable was in flames. Seven horses died in the stable, and one horse with severe burns was euthanized by a veterinarian. Twenty-three horses were in the stable at the time of the fire. Of the eight horses that died, six were show horses and two were lesson horses. The horses ranged in age from 4 to 21 years old. Officials said the dead horses ranged in value from a couple thousand dollars to one worth at least $50,000.

 

Gadsden revises smoking ordinance 

The Gadsden City Council approved an amendment to the city’s new smoking ordinance Tuesday, based on a recommendation from Mayor Sherman Guyton.  Guyton had considered vetoing the ordinance, passed on March 20, if the council members did not make changes.
Restaurants must notify the city’s revenue department in writing within 30 days from the time the ordinance passed to declare whether the establishment is smoking or non-smoking.  Under the amended version, a business owner could opt to change within a year of the original declaration. After that it could change annually when its license is renewed.  The ordinance passed by the council says restaurants must post at every entrance a sign that identifies the establishment as a smoking or non-smoking establishment. If smoking is allowed, there is no non-smoking section.  The ordinance says an owner or operator may declare the entire establishment smoke-free with a no-smoking sign posted.  Guyton wanted changes that made the enforcement less bureaucratic.  Under the amended ordinance, the police and building departments will be responsible for enforcement. The original ordinance stated a citizen could initiate a complaint with the mayor, his assistant, the police or fire chief or the health department.
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