Hollis and other special guests, including mon, dad and youngest sister entertained a group of 100 at the Lakeshore Inn Dining Room. There was a reason they who came out, even on a Monday night the week of July 4th. It was to support the Winston County Arts Council. Watch for the next event. Always entertaining. A great deal worth far more than the ticket.
The Haleyville City Council met Monday with Mayor Sunseri and Councilman Bennefield absent. Mayor Pro Tem Richard Bittinger presided with a quorum of four. The Council approved Mayor Ken Sunseri to enter into a contract with the low bidder in the amount of $762,880.00 to award this project to Double Diamond Construction Company, Inc. to construct the 2018 Neighborhood Improvements, (6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Avenue, 22nd and 24th Street), Streets, Drainage, Water, and Sanitary Sewer, CDBG Project.
The Council approved the low bid for Phase I – Drainage Improvements from Lakeshore Drive to Armory Property in the amount of $39,300.00 to award this project to Mark Burrell to construct the Forest Park Drainage Improvements, Phase I, for the City of Haleyville, Alabama.
The Council approved a one-time salary adjustment during the month of December to reward longevity in the workplace. All part-time employees will receive $50, full-time $75 plus $10 for each year of continuous employment.
It was noted in the meeting Mayor Sunseri had hired Sara Harbin as a part-time Class 2 dispatcher and A.J. Brown as a full-time Class 2 dispatcher. Hayden Southern was transferred from full-time to part-time status.
The next regular scheduled meeting of the Haleyville City Council will be Monday, July 15, 5:30 p.m. at the Haleyville City Hall.