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  • Anniston city council meets
  • Drug arrests in Oxford
  • Candidacy challenge in Anniston council


Anniston city council meets Tuesday 

The Anniston City Council is facing a deadline to prepare and approve the city budget.  City Manager George Monk says a public hearing on the budget has been scheduled for Thursday. During Tuesday nights meeting a resident voices his opposition to the creation of a black chamber of commerce saying that the city needed to be unified not split.  Councilman Ben Little, who has been pushing for the creation of a black chamber said the project will move forward. The city council went into executive session Tuesday night at the request of councilman Ben Little to discuss current or potential litigation, after the meeting the council voted to hire an attorney for legal services on behalf of the city. Officials would not indicate why they needed the additional counsel.  Councilman Ben Little last week indicated that the council needed to take action to regain control over the McClellan development.



Drug arrests in Oxford 

Three people have been arrested in Oxford, charged with crack cocaine possession.  An Oxford officer was patrolling along Wilkerson Drive when he saw a white 1996 Jeep Cherokee parked on the side of the road. 24 year old Micole Harbour, of Anniston, was sitting in the passenger seat when the officer exited his car. As the officer approached, 28 year old Antonio Woodard, of Anniston and 22 year old Alvin Samuel Nichols, of Heflin, walked across the yard of a house on Wilkerson Drive toward the car.  Nichols sat on the porch of a nearby house while an officer searched his car, finding a plastic bag containing what appeared to be crack cocaine. Owens said the officer told Nichols, who had provided a false name, to put his hands on the car. Instead, Nichols fled on foot. Nichols was caught by two Oxford residents brought Nichols to the police station. Woodard and Harbour were both charged with possession of a controlled substance. Nichols was charged with possession of a controlled substance, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and obstruction of justice by using a false identification.


Candidacy challenged in Anniston city council race 

An Anniston man has filed a challenge in circuit court to the candidacy of David Reddick.  Reddick is to face incumbent city councilman Herbert Palmore in the October Runoff Election. Attorneys for Jerome Freeman filed the election challenge Monday in Calhoun County Circuit Court. The complaint alleges that because Reddick did not file a principal campaign committee form with the probate judge, he should be disqualified from the election. There are indications that Reddick may not be the only candidate that did not file the required paperwork. All candidates are required to file a committee form within five days of becoming a candidate. The form establishes a candidate's finance committee. Reddick has said he planned to hire an attorney and fight the challenge.


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