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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Oxford council approves school bond
  • Anniston council hears complaints on Jail conditions
  • Residents sue construction company
  • Operation “Take back our highways”


Oxford Council approves school bond 

Mayor Leon Smith of Oxford Alabama

Audio report with Alabama 810 news director Mike Mitchell 



Anniston council hears complaints on Jail conditions 

Anniston city Councilmen heard pleas Tuesday night from a concerned mother of an inmate in the Anniston City Jail about the lack of air-conditioning in the building, leading the council to direct city manager George Monk to do something about it.  Monk will begin meeting today with contractors to determine what can be done and is scheduled to update the council when they meet Thursday in a special meeting to receive the audit.


Residents sue construction company 

A Gadsden Based construction company is on trial in a Calhoun County courtoom. Eight Oxford and Hobson City residents have brought suit against Michael McCartney of McCartney Construction, claiming their houses and property were damaged as a result of blasting from a quarry. The quarry is located near Martin Luther King Road, which runs between Oxford and Hobson City. The plaintiffs appeared tuesday before Judge Brian Howell seeking compensation for damages and mental anguish, as well as claiming the rock quarry is a nuisance and that the company trespassed. Several of the residents took the stand to provide testimony about various damages they sustained — cracked bricks, sinking ground and damage to foundations. Lawyers representing McCartney claim there was no connection between the residents' claims and the blasting. The trial resumes today. 


Operation “Take back our highways” 

State troopers wrote 5,989 traffic tickets to motorists statewide on the first day of a "Take Back Our Highways" campaign to reduce deaths on Alabama roads. Monday's total, released Tuesday, is a 425 percent increase over the number of tickets given on a comparable day last year. On Aug. 14, 2006, troopers gave out 1,140 tickets. The campaign, which involves every employee of the Alabama Department of Public Safety with arrest powers, continues through Friday. The extra enforcement, which puts an additional 200 troopers on the highways along with the regular 331, was the brainchild of DPS Director Col. Chris Murphy. Murphy and other top DPS brass are among those patrolling highways this week. After Monday's ticket tallies were released, highway patrol Maj. Roscoe Howell said he was "very, very pleased with the campaign. It's the right thing to do." Howell said he cruised down Interstate 65 Monday from Birmingham to Montgomery and did not clock a single vehicle going faster than 72 mph. Of the tickets given statewide, 3,281 were for speeding, 147 for following too closely, 52 for improper lane changes and 944 for seat belt or child restraint violations.

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