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  • Georgia man arrested in Jacksonville and Anniston burglaries
  • Jacksonville revises noise ordinance
  • Anniston architect profits from dorm deal
  • Jacksonville asks for voluntary water conservation

 

Georgia man arrested in Jacksonville and Anniston burglaries 

A Georgia man has been charged by Jacksonville Police with third degree burglary.  According to Corporal Joey Martin, an investigator with the Jacksonville police, 26 year old Irby Bernard Dunn of a Newnan, Georgia address has been charged in the May 10th burglary of T & L Outdoors in Jacksonville.  Martin said that Dunn is also suspected of similar burglaries in the Anniston and oxford area where in at least one case guns were taken, officers have not recovered the stolen guns.

 

Jacksonville revises noise ordinance 

The Jacksonville City Council Monday night,  made revisions to its noise ordinance while the ordinance is being challenged in federal court.  Mayor Johnny Smith he is not sure how the change might affect the lawsuit.  The change came after the council went into closed, executive session, citing the need to discuss pending litigation. Georgia evangelist Wesley Sewell filed the federal lawsuit against the city in May, which claims the ordinance led to violations of Sewell’s constitutional rights, including freedom of speech and religion, due process and equal protection under the law. The city’s response, filed May 24 by Anniston law firm Stubbs, Sills & Frye, disputes the charges, in part for lack of evidence for many of the allegations.  Sewell claims he was prevented from speaking about his faith in public near the Jacksonville Post Office and another location a few blocks south.   Sewell was never arrested, threatened with arrest, fined or cited for violating the noise ordinance. Sewell’s suit was filed by the Alliance Defense Fund.  

 

Anniston architect profits from dorm deal 

A dormitory built and financed by an Anniston architect with ties to the former head of Alabama's two-year colleges would cost the state more than a typical dorm.   Under the deal approved in 2005 when Roy Johnson was still chancellor of the system, Lawson State Community College would pay at least eight (m) million dollars over 15 years for a dormitory owned by Weldon-LSDP, the development company of Julian Jenkins.   Lawson State would have paid about six-point-six (m) million dollars had it managed the construction like a typical state building project.  Jenkins, of the Jenkins Munroe Jenkins architectural firm, has said he helped Johnson build his one-point-three (m) million dollar home in Opelika the same year the deal was completed. He said he waived payment by Johnson of the 35-thousand-dollar fee until the house was sold.   Johnson was fired last year amid questions over system finances and the employment of his relatives at two-year schools.   The president of Lawson State, Perry Ward, said he followed Johnson's advice when he made the deal with Jenkins' company for the dormitory.

 

Jacksonville asks for voluntary water conservation 

Jacksonville residents are being asked to conserve water as the city faces, what mayor Johnny Smith called a serious situation with the cities water sources.  Smith said if the situation worsens, the city could be forced to implement mandatory restrictions, possibly by next week.  Monday night the mayor asked city water customers to curtail any unnecessary water usage.  Jacksonville water customers are being asked not to wash vehicles at a residence and no outdoor watering between 8am and 7pm.  Outdoor watering would be permitted on designated days depending on what part of the city you reside in.  Residents or businesses in the Northwest and Southeast quadrants would water Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights, the remainder of the city on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights.  There will be no watering allowed on Sunday.  In addition to water problems, Jacksonville fire chief Mike Daughterty said Monday night that there continues to be a burn ban throughout the region and that the city has not issued any burn permits because of the extremely dry conditions.  The mayor also said Monday that the city will seek a permit from the forestry commission to hold the cities fireworks display on July 3rd, however he said the council will decide later this month whether they will hold the show dependent upon the fire hazard.
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