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  • JSU Board of Trustees approve stadium expansion
  • Talladega murder trial
  • Rate hike for Alabama Power customers


Stadium expansion at JSU approved by Trustees 

The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees Friday approved a measure to begin an expansion of Paul Snow Stadium and to construct a new dormitory said JSU President Dr. William A. Meehan. The new dormitory that will overlook JSU’s football stadium will help ease the somewhat lack of campus housing. Plans are for the stadium expansion and dorm construction to be completed in time for the 2010 football season.



Talladega murder trial 

Both sides have now rested in the Talladega murder trial of Norrell Swain, 30. The jury of eight women and four men is expected to hear closing arguments today and will begin deliberations this afternoon. If convicted, Swain faces life in prison without the possibility of parole. The death penalty is not on the table at the request of the victims’ families. Swain is accused of murdering his father, Bobby Joe Swain, 62; his mother, Mattie Swain, 52; and his niece, Kiana Drisdom, 9 months, while all three were sleeping in the master bedroom of the Swain’s house on Zellwood Circle. According to evidence presented at trial, all three died of gunshot wounds to the head fired from the same .40 caliber handgun.


Rate hikes for Alabama Power customers 

Alabama Power Co. may be allowed to raise electric rates starting Oct. 9, but the increase for residential customers may be less than the jump of almost 15 percent the utility is asking the state Public Service Commission to approve. The requested increase would cost a typical residential customer about $200 a year. Some industrial customers would pay millions of dollars more per year. If approved, the change would be the largest single rate increase by Alabama Power in at least 25 years. The three-member governing board of the PSC, which regulates most utilities in Alabama, has scheduled a hearing on Alabama Power's request for Tuesday and likely will decide Oct. 7 whether to approve, reject or change it. Commissioners earlier this month indicated they may lower it. Alabama Power wants to raise rates mainly to pay for the higher costs of coal and natural gas that it burns to generate electricity. The company's request would raise total electric bills by an average of 14.8 percent for residential customers, roughly 16 percent for commercial customers and about 25 percent for industrial customers, utility officials said. Alabama Power has about 1.4 million customers statewide. Meanwhile customers of EMC’s across the state can expect a 20% increase in rates in October.  The PSC has no control over the EMC rates, in fact, EMC’s have no regulatory control over their rates providing no protection for consumers.


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