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  • Gadsden State officials say investigation underway involving documents
  • Talladega Serviceman dies in Afghanistan
  • Police agencies seeking grant
  • Alabama Power seeks more water from Georgia lakes


Gadsden State officials say investigation underway involving documents 

While an investigation began Monday into how confidential records of some 400 Gadsden State Community College students ended up in the yard of an Anniston Business,  The college said Monday that the records were the instructional records of a part time faculty member and had been outside the possession of the college or college employees for some 48 hours.  The records involved students who had enrolled in an Art Appreciation class on the Ayers campus during the 2005-2006 academic year.  According to a press release from the college Monday, they will be contacting all of the students whose names appeared on the rosters as soon as possible.  In the press release, the college said that it recognizes its duty to protect the privacy of its students and that they have and will continue to provide professional development programs.  According to the press release, The college continues to investigate the incident to determine how the student records came to be outside the custody of an individual authorized to have them. 


Talladega serviceman dies in Afghanistan 

According to the military, two Alabama servicemen were reported killed in separate incidents last week in Afghanistan.  42-year-old Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Michael A- Robinson, of Talladega, died Friday, and 25-year-old 82nd Airborne Division Sergeant Brandon E- Hadaway, of Valley, was killed last Wednesday,
according to statements from the military.  Robinson died in Kabul from non-combat related causes, according to a statement released yesterday by military officials at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, where Robinson was stationed.  Hadaway was one of five paratroopers killed when their helicopter crashed in Afghanistan last Wednesday, according to information released yesterday by the 82nd Airborne Division.  U.S. military officials have said initial reports suggested the
CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter was hit with a rocket-propelled grenade, but that enemy fire was one of several possible reasons for the crash in volatile Helmand Province, in the southern part of the country.


Police agencies seek grant 

Four law enforcement agencies in Calhoun County are seeking a $95,436 matching grant with $1,751 in local matching funds.  The Anniston, Oxford and Jacksonville police departments along with the Calhoun County Sheriffs Department are applying for the Law Enforcement Justice Assistance grant through the U.S. Justice Department.  Anniston police plan to purchase a software upgrade for their records management system as well as 9 desktop computers to replace ageing equipment.  Oxford will use their porting of the grant on assorted equipment including digital cameras, a ballistic shield and LED emergency lights.  Jacksonville police plan to purchase a speed monitor trailer ant includes RADAR and a marquee for notifying the public of hazardous road conditions.  And the Sheriffs department plans to purchase 4 laptop computers and 4 mobile data terminals to enhance their digital records keeping searching capabilities by both investigators and deputies.   


Alabama Power seeks more water from Georgia lakes 

The Alabama Power Company is seeking more waters from the already low reservoirs of Lake Allatoona in Georgia. Alabama Power has asked that the Mobile District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers provide additional releases from the federal projects at the headwaters of the Alabama-Coosa river system, Allatoona and Carters lakes in Georgia.  Alabama Power also asked the Corps to reduce minimum required flows from Alabama Power Projects on the Tallapoosa River, Coosa River and tributaries to the Alabama River. These projects would include Lakes Harris, Martin, Yates, Thurlow, Weiss, H. Neely Henry, Logan Martin, Lay, Mitchell, Jordan and Bouldin. The Alabama Power Company has indicated in its request to the Corps that its storage projects on the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers are all below drought contingency curve peak elevations. Alabama Power Company says that with inflows at record lows on the Coosa and Tallapoosa, the impact of maintaining the current minimum flow requirement has fallen completely on storage from Lake Martin. If the proposed reductions in minimum flow are not implemented, their models show the Coosa River projects would be drawn down to their winter levels. Lake Martin is projected to be 14-feet below average by early August which would impact water intakes around the lake. Their analysis also indicates if the drought continues, they are in danger of losing all generating capability at Weiss, H. Neely Henry and Logan Martin dams as water levels become too low to operate the turbines, severely impacting the reliability of the electric system.

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