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  • Army releases property to JPA
  • Man injured in industrial accident dies
  • Alabama Power opposing jury trial on tree issue
  • 411 yard sale



Army releases property to JPA

The Joint Powers Authority announced Tuesday morning that the Army has turned over another section of the former fort to the JPA.  JPA vice chairman, Anniston Mayor Chip Howell, said the management of the new area comes because of the recent army funding to the JPA for the cleanup.  Howell said that the cleanup of the new area is critical to the opening of the eastern bypass and development in that area.   In addition, Howell said that funds are now available for future development of the area around the new Lowes on Summerall Gate Road .  The city of Anniston is also working on the development of property on the north side of hiway 21 across from lowes.  The city purchased the property, a mobile home park, to land the lowes deal at McClellan. 


Man injured in industrial accident dies 

An Oxford man injured in an industrial accident last Thursday has died. Michael Winfrey, an employee of Winfrey Electric Motor Service was cutting the top off of a 55-gallon oil drum with a welder’s cutting torch when the drum blew up and burned him. The barrel was supposed to be empty, but co workers speculate that there were probably fumes inside that caused the explosion.  Winfrey was transported to University Hospital in Birmingham where officials say he died Monday night. 


Alabama Power opposing jury trial on tree issue 

Attorneys for Alabama Power are hoping to convince a Calhoun County judge that a case involving the company's right to seasonal tree trimming should not go to a jury trial. Circuit Judge John Thomason on Friday asked lawyers for the utility to file its arguments against a trial within two weeks and then gave its opponents an additional two weeks to respond. Mark Martin, representing retired Jacksonville school teacher Barbara Wilson and Jacksonville State University Professor Rufus Kinney, requested the jury trial during Fridays hearing in Anniston. The expedited hearing was originally sought by Alabama Power, which filed an injunction asking the judge to keep Wilson and Kinney from interfering with the company cutting trees belonging to Wilson and Kinney. Alabama Power's lawyers argued the case is a safety issue and the trees should be cut down immediately rather than waiting for a trial. Alabama Power attorneys will be filing arguments in an attempt to keep the case from going before a jury.  The Power Company changed their policy  from trimming trees to cutting them down several years ago for what officials said were several reasons, including damage to lines following hurricanes and potential loss of life as well as the continued annual cost of trimming.


411 yard sale 

The fifth annual U.S. 411 Yard Sale is scheduled for Wednesday through Saturday.  The yard sale will begin in Leeds and continue to Rome, Ga., ending in Newport, Tenn. Visitors will travel along U.S. Highway 411, which means additional traffic for Rainbow City and surrounding areas.  Communities along the route say the event has become an economic boost to the area bringing visitors thru their communities. 

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