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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Calhoun County raises water restrictions
  • House struck by lightening
  • Calhoun County considering animal control officer
  • Fireworks a go, everywhere but Anniston


Calhoun County raises water restrictions 

Customers of the Calhoun County Water Authority will be placed under Phase Three Mandatory water restrictions beginning Sunday.  Phase three calls for increased surcharges for customers that exceed maximum water usage.  Officials say that drought conditions have severely affected the reliability of the systems water resources and their ability to adequately meet water demands.  In a letter sent to water customers,  The phase three guidelines allow residential customers to use a maximum of ten thousand gallons of water per billing cycle before surcharges are added.   Customers who use over ten thousand gallons will face a fifty dollar surcharges, customers who use over 15 thousand gallons a 150 dollar surcharge and over 20 thousand gallons a 300 dollar surcharge.  Officials said that the severe lack of rain, water consumption and water supply issues are the major factors for the more stringent restrictions.  Water department officials are also asking customers to help locate any water leaks by calling the water authority if they spot a suspected leak on the county water system. 


House struck by lightening 

Fire officials said a two story home caught fire Thursday after lightning struck the roof.  Hokes Bluff Fire Chief Richard Johnson said firefighters responded to the blaze around 5:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon and had contained it to the attic area of the home located on Happy Hollow Road.
Johnson said the log cabin had extensive damage to the roof and minor smoke and water damage on the lower half.
Ball Play Volunteer Fire Departments 1 and 2 also responded on the scene.  


Calhoun County considering animal control officer 

Calhoun County may be on the verge of adopting a new policy to require licensing of dogs and cats.  County Commissioner Eli Henderson says he has sought the proposal

Calhoun County Veternarian Dr. Eric Clanton urged the commission to create a new animal enforcement officer position forcing the mandatory rabies shots for dogs and cats in the county with the fees being used to fund the officers position.  County animal control officers told commissioners Thursday that there are about 10 dogs for every human in Calhoun county.  The county commission is expected to discuss the proposal at their first meeting in July. 


Fireworks a go, everywhere but Anniston 

Despite a temporary ban on personal and commercial fireworks shows in 33 counties, issued June 9 by the state fire marshal, only Anniston will not hold its annual fireworks show this year. Jacksonville and Heflin have both received state permission to go ahead with their displays. Jacksonville Fire Chief Mike Daugherty said the city has received approval from the Alabama Forestry Commission and the state fire marshal’s office.   Jacksonville’s show will begin close to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3, just north of Pete Mathews Coliseum on the Jacksonville State University campus. Heflin Fire Chief Rudy Rooks said he received a permit from the fire marshal’s office after getting an exemption from the Department of Forestry. The Heflin show will be Saturday at 9 p.m. Anniston officials decided earlier this month to cancel the city’s traditional show. City Manager George Monk said The traditional location at the Woodland Park softball complex was considered hazardous. Oxford will hold their fireworks show at 9 p.m. Wednesday, July 4, at Oxford Lake Park.

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