Archive For November 29, 2016
ALL BASKETBALL GAMES AND OTHER LOCAL EVENTS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED FOR TONIGHT BY MAYOR KEN SUNSERI BECAUSE OF THE FORCAST WEATHER. PLEASE TUNE TO PARADISE 92.7 FOR UPDATES ON THE WEATHER.
The annual Haleyville Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade is this Friday at 6 p.m. downtown Haleyville. Churches, organizations, and individuals are invited to be a part of the parade. The line up is on 20th Street. For more information contact the Chamber at 486-4611.
A Haleyville police officer on patrol reported an abandoned house fire on Beech Grove Road around 11 p.m. on Wednesday night. Even though Haleyville firemen responded quickly, the house was a complete loss. The cause of the fire is unknown, but because it was an abandoned house, the fire appeared to have been set intentionally. A rain shower shortly before the discovery kept the fire from spreading into the wooded area around the house.
The Haleyville Board of Education met Tuesday and approved the 2016-17 student enrollment procedures. The October board expenditures were approved in the amount of $1,338,198.60 and a Public Works Project for HVAC at the Haleyville Elementary School for 18 mini-splits in the amount of $36,418.00. Two different uses of the school facilities, one field trip, and one fundraiser were approved.
Christy Aderholt was hired to replace retiring Sandra Wakefield as receptionist/secretary at the Central Office.
Dr. Alan Miller presented a proclamation from the Alabama State Senate recognizing the great work of the four school nurses pictured above with Dr. Miller. From left to right: Jamie Tucker, HMS, Cindy Defour, HHS Enjolie Godsey, Special Ed and Page Hooker, HES.
The Haleyville City Council met Monday with George Russell absent.
The council approved the general operation bills and purchase orders for October in the amount of $458,985.38. Four items pertaining to the new sports complex were approved which included a 48-month lease of lawn equipment for $2,198.83/mo with a $1.00 payout. Also, a change order was approved for the equipment building plus the purchase of two 12′ X 24′ pavilions for $5,570.00 and the installation of electrical connections for WIFI service at the complex. WIFI service for the complex will be provided at no charge to the city by Total Solution Guys.
Austin Lewis was hired as a new police officer effective November 28 at a starting pay of $10.25/hour.
The next Haleyville City Council meeting will be Monday, December 5, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.
The Haleyville City Council meets Monday at 5:30 at City Hall.
The Haleyville Schools will have two full days this week, Monday and Tuesday. The Schools will be out for Thanksgiving Wednesday, Thursday. and Friday.
Haleyville City Board of Education will have a work session Tuesday, November 22, at 5:30 p.m. in the Albright Administration Building with the Board Meeting to follow in the HHS Board Room at 7:00 p.m.
Garbage Pickup Schedule for Haleyville and Marion County customers:
Thursday, November 24 pickups will be on Wednesday, November 23.
Friday, November 25 pickups will be on Monday, November 28.
Garbage should be out by 7 a.m.
William Don Simpson, Age 59, of Haleyville
Thomas Jeremy Estepp, Age 33, of Haleyville
Joshua Ryan Carney, Age 32, of Haleyville
Jeremy Paul Haley, 42. of Lynn
Jennifer Louise Hyde Haley, Age 43, of Lynn
On November 4 an anonymous tip Led Winston County Sheriff Office Investigator Josh Silas and Haleyville Police Officers Johnathan Oliver and Sgt. Mike Glasheen to 502 21st Street in Haleyville. When units arrived there was a chemical odor coming from a shed located on the property. Investigator Silas knocked on the shed door and a male subject opened the door and 4 other subjects were located inside. In plain view was a 2-liter bottle containing an active meth lab. All subjects were detained and Officer Oliver contacted Haz Mat certified officers Sgt. Jason Williams and Officer Rodney Lewis. When Williams and Lewis arrived they properly deactivated the lab and took possession of it. All subjects were placed under arrest and transported to the Winston County Jail without incident.
Found in the shed- Drug paraphernalia, meth lab components, marijuana, methamphetamine, prescription medication
Charges for all subjects:
Manufacturing of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree
Possession of a Controlled Substance
Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Possession Of Marijuana 2nd Degree
Illegal Possession of Prescription Medication
Water service will be disrupted in Cripple Creek Wednesday morning around 8:30 a.m. This will allow workers the opportunity to comple the water and sewer upgrade work in that area. There is no time frame on how long this work will last.