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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Forest damage
  • Lake levels reach normal
  • Destruction of VX artillery shells completed at depot

 

Forest damage     

The U.S. forest service is seeking public comments over the next couple of weeks on plans to sell timber from over 400 acres in the Talladega national forest. The trees will not have to be cut down, mother nature took care of that with tornados over the past several weeks.  The trees, estimated to contain over 1,800 cubic feet of wood, will be sold to lumber companies.  Forest service officials say the sale is necessary as leaving the trees would create a rich supply of fuel for wildfires. Forest service officials say that much of the damaged timber are in areas sloped too steeply for timber harvesting to be effective. Officials estimated between 150 and 200 acres worth of fallen trees can be salvaged by timber companies. Forest service officials say this will be the first major salvage operation in the forest since early in the decade, when trees infested by Southern pine beetles were sold.  

 

 

Lake levels reach normal 

Figures from Alabama Power Company show lakes are recovering from last year's drought and are at or near full pool for Memorial Day weekend boaters. The company manages Lake Logan Martin, Lake Wedowee, Lake Neely Henry and Weiss Lake. Officials say reservoirs are where they should be.  Power company spokeswoman Gina Warren says spring rains and careful management have put the lakes at full summer pool. That's a big change from last summer when some lakes were more than 10 feet below normal. She says the lakes are in much better shape than officials expected them to be at this time of year.   Alabama Power held more water in the reservoirs earlier this spring trying to reach full pool by the end of April in case the summer turns dry again. 

 

Destruction of VX artillery shells completed at Depot 

The Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility reached another milestone Saturday with the destruction of the final VX-filled artillery shell stored at Anniston Army Depot.  According to Disposal facility spokesman Mike Abrams , 80 percent of all VX weapons stored at the depot have now been safely destroyed, and 48 percent of the facility's stockpile of chemical weapons are now gone. The Anniston facility began destroying the artillery shells containing the nerve agent in June. During  the next several weeks workers will be preparing the incinerator for the destruction of VX land mines., a process that Abrams said is expected to take a year.
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