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  • Calhoun county dedicates new highway dept. facility
  • Anniston council tables black chamber and PJ sales tax issues
  • Murder plea


Calhoun county dedicates new highway dept. facility                       

Calhoun county commissioners Wednesday dedicated the new Calhoun county hiway department facility at McClellan in honor of county engineer Charles Markert.  The dedication was kept a secret until Wednesdays ceremony at which Markert said he was surprised.  The highway department has been in the new facility for about two weeks, and Markert says their new home will help them better serve the needs in the county. 


Anniston council tables black chamber and PJ sales tax issues 

A five hour session of the Anniston City Council Tuesday night produced a lot of discussion but little action.  Council members discussed Councilman Ben Little's proposed black chamber of commerce. Despite the fact that the black chamber is currently non existent, Little sought to have the city allow the black chamber to use the former Project Pay building. Little wanted the black chamber to have use of the building free of charge until the group organizes, and then to charge it a nominal lease fee.  City Attorney Polly Russell said that the city could not let the group use the building for free, and could not lease it until the black chamber was in existence.

Other councilmen agreed that the motion was premature and voted to table the measure.  Little stressed that the black chamber was not about race, but was meant to ensure that black business owners have the support they need.  The council also discussed a proposal to give half of the sales tax collected in the cities police jurisdiction to the county.   Councilmen decided Tuesday night to table a motion made by Little to give the county the money. They said they wanted to meet with the county and discuss the issue along with the possibility of a consolidated jail operation between the city and the county. The city is currently in the midst of preparing the 2009 city budget.  Council members Tuesday night approved over 190 thousand dollars to the school board to fund the cities career technical school at Anniston high school.  Councilman Ben Little is also seeking over a hundred fifty thousand dollars for a church operated program for at risk youths



Murder plea 

A Ragland man has plead guilty to two counts of reckless murder and one count of first-degree assault.  St. Clair County Assistant District Attorney Carol Boone said 24 year old Matthew Sherman Phillips, of Ragland pleaded guilty to the murder of a mother and son, and the assault of a father.  The charges stem from a 2006 Labor Day weekend collision on Alabama 144, 3 miles east of Ragland. Phillips pleaded guilty to the murder of 51 year old Debra Campbell, and her son, 30 year old  Gary “Jason” Campbell,  both of Ragland. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene from head trauma, while the father, 53 year old Gary Wade Campbell, who was the driver of a 2000 Ford F-150, was transported to University Hospital in Birmingham by a Lifesaver helicopter, where he recovered from his injuries. Boone said Phillips also pleaded guilty to the first-degree assault of Gary Wade Campbell. Jason Campbell’s 4-year-old daughter was also in the vehicle at the time of the collision but was not injured. Phillips, who was driving a 1999 Pontiac, was driving under the influence of methamphetamine and amphetamine.


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