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  • Residents want to “Save Jacksonville’s Trees” (With Video!)
  • Hokes Bluff man killed in accident
  • Shelton resigns from council
  • Jacksonville retains water restrictions


Residents want to “Save Jacksonville’s Trees” 

Supports of an effort to stop Alabama Power from cutting some trees in the city of Jacksonville packed the Jacksonville city council chamber Monday night calling for the Jacksonville City Council to take action to stop Alabama Power from cutting trees in the city.  During the meeting Pete Conroy, Jacksonville State University’s Environmental Policy and Information Center director, talked with an Alabama power representative by telephone and was assured that the trees would not be cut until the company can meet with the city council and concerned citizens.  State Rep. Lea Fite of Jacksonville said Monday night that he feels the power company will listen to the citizens concerns.  While the city attorney advised that there was little the city could do, the council unanimously approved a resolution which Mayor Johnny Smith said has little teeth but is seeking a compromise The tree issue came to light last week when power company contractors attempted to cut two large pecan trees on church street over the objections of the property owners.  While the trees have been trimmed in past years, Alabama Power officials say that their concerns are for the safety to residents, in particular children in the area.



Hokes Bluff man Killed in Accident 

Police said a 21-year-old Hokes Bluff man died in the hospital Monday after colliding head-on Sunday night with a sport utility vehicle while riding his motorcycle on Riddles Bend Road.  21 year old Jacob Hayes,  of Bachelors Chapel Road, died as a result of injuries sustained in the wreck, which occurred around 6 p.m.  Hayes, the nephew of Etowah County Sheriff James Hayes, recently had bought the 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  Capt. Rick Hill of the Rainbow City Police Department said Hayes crossed into the oncoming lane and collided head-on with a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee while traveling southbound. 


Shelton resigns from council 

The Jacksonville mayor and city council will begin a search for a new councilman.  Councilman Jeff Shelton attended his final meeting Monday night officially submitting his resignation from the council.  Shelton will be flying to Germany today where he says he will be spending the next two years in a new job in charge of sales throughout Europe. According to Mayor Johnny Smith, a search for a replacement will begin soon to fill the remainder of Shelton’s term. 



Jacksonville retains water restrictions 

Recent rain has done little to put a dent in drought conditions in the area.  According to Jacksonville Mayor Johnny Smith, it has helped to lower water consumption but has done little to solve the water quantity problem in the city. Mayor Smith reminded residents Monday that the cities water restrictions remain in affect.


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