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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Jacksonville enacts mandatory water restrictions
  • Woodland man killed in weekend accident
  • Odenville welcomes newly annexed citizens
  • 30% of wildfires the result of arson


Jacksonville enacts mandatory water restrictions 

Faced with the continuing drought and a dwindling water supply, Jacksonville Mayor Johnny smith has declared a water emergency in the city.  The mayor has instituted mandatory restrictions that apply to all water customers in the city.  Customers on the Jacksonville water system are prohibited from washing vehicles at their residence and any outside watering shall occur only between 7pm and 8am based on the following schedule.  Residents or businesses in the Northwest and Southeast Quadrants of the city may water on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Residents in the northeast and southwest quadrants of the city can water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.  Watering will not be permitted in the city on Sunday.  The city Police department will be enforcing the mandatory restrictions with $25 fines for the first offense, $50 for the second and $100 fines for the third offense.  The declarations states that the restrictions will continue until further notice that the emergency no longer exists. 


Woodland man killed in weekend accident 

A 42 year old Woodland man died in a one vehicle accident in Randolph County Saturday night.  David Wayne Stewart  of Woodland, died when his 1994 Ford F150 pickup wrecked on Randolph County road 33, about two miles east of Wadley at about 8:50 p.m Saturday night. State Troopers said that Stewart was the only person in the truck.


Odenville welcomes newly annexed citizens 

Officials in Odenville  spent Saturday welcoming their town's newest additions - the more than 900 residents of nearby Branchville. The two St. Clair County towns recently merged after Branchville's residents voted to be annexed into their larger neighbor. Town officials think this will push Odenville over the 3,000 population mark. Branchville officially ceased to exist as a municipal entity earlier this month. Saturday’s meet-and-greet at Odenville City Park gave town officials from all departments - administrative, fire, police – a chance to shake hands and answer any questions the towns new residents had.  Since the merger, Odenville has added three full-time policemen to its seven-member force and has split the town into north and south patrol sectors. The town converted the old Branchville fire hall into its No. 3 station. Overall, though, city officials say the merger has been relatively smooth.


30% of wildfires the result of arson 

Alabama Forestry Commission officials say that a third of the  3,000 wildfires reported this year in the state have been deliberately set. As drought conditions worsen, officials fear the damage could only get worse. Forestry commission firefighters spent most of last week fighting a 600-acre wildfire in Ragland on a pine plantation. Derrick Heckman, a commission fire investigator, said fires usually burn at a steady rate and speed, depending on the area, vegetation and wind. That can give firefighters time to contain the fire. In a drought, however, dry ground and foliage give fires an unpredictability. The fire follows the areas with the least moisture in the soil, looking for fuel to burn. The higher number of fires this year continues a trend from last year, when the state had about 5,000 wildfires, about 1,000 more than usual. The punishment for setting a wildfire is up to more than a year in prison, plus restitution, assuming the fire isn't more destructive. And Alabama law treats a deliberately set wildfire different from arson in an urban area. But officials say that a deliberately set wildfire can sometimes cause more damage monetarily than urban arson by affecting hundreds of acres of timber and property.

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