Tracy Estes, who won the seat in Alabama House of Representatives in the November election had some campaign money left over.
In the photo with J.D. Snoddy, Estes donated some of the money to Jim Baird of the Main Street Ministries in Double Springs
Some to the Winston County Arts Council shown with J.D. and Theresa Snoddy.
The third donation was to Beth Gilbreath, gifted classes at Double Springs Middle and Lynn Schools.
- Job Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent.
- Must be able to communicate effectively with the public.
- Must be 19 years old or older.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Excel and Word required.
- Must be familiar with basic accounting procedures and the maintenance of journal ledgers, cash receipt registers, and other accounting records and be familiar with data processing procedures.
Applications may be picked up at the Haleyville City Hall. Closing date for accepting applications is December 14, 2018, at 5:00 P.M. E.O.E – A.D.A.
The Haleyville Lumber and Supply building was totally destroyed by fire Wednesday night. Haleyville and four other area fire departments including Bear Creek, Pebble, Delmar, and Craft responded with firemen and equipment. The fire was discovered at 9:30 p.m. Because of the age of the building and contents, including paint and building supplies, the fire was impossible to stop. The cause of the fire is unknown. Firemen were still on the scene at daybreak.
The Haleyville City Board of Education met Monday and approved the resignations of HHS Football Head Coach Todd McNutt and Offensive Coordinator Ryan Brewer, and the resignation of Senn Williams as Head Football Coach for the Haleyville Middle School.
Board President Barry Burleson stated after the meeting the Board had already received numerous applications for the Head Football Coach position.
In other business, the Board approved the expenditures for October in the amount of $1,358,919.55 and approved was the lowest most responsible bid for a Chromebook Google license to Eastern Data for $199.00 per device.
An agreement was approved between the Haleyville City Board of Education, the Haleyville Police Department and the City of Haleyville for one School Resource Officer (SRO).
One use of facilities and five fundraisers were approved.
The annual Haleyville Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will be on Friday, December 7, 5:30 p.m. with line-up preceding the parade at the Haleyville Elementary School Parking Lot.
A two-vehicle crash on Highway 129 at 3:40 pm Wednesday afternoon left the driver of a white Nissan, Lindsey Howard, 22, Hackleburg, with an injury to her right knee and leg. She was driving into the setting sun and reportedly did not see the 18-wheeler which was pulling out onto the highway from CBC Distributing. Her car went up under the left rear of the empty flatbed trailer. Members of the Haleyville Police and Haleyville Fire Departments were at the scene. Reportedly he nearest RPS ambulance was in Jasper at the time and an ambulance from the Phil Campbell Rescue responded to the scene. The crash was investigated by the Haleyville Police.
The Haleyville City Council met Monday afternoon with all members present and approved the general operation bills and purchase orders in the amount of $414,784.17. Also approved was the authorizing of The Northwest Alabama Council of Local governments, (NACOLG) to administer a CDBG Large City grant for water, sewer and street improvements within Haleyville. The administration fee should not exceed $50,000.00.
The Council approved a City Ordinance allocating 50% of the 1% sales tax presently in place for the past year to be used by the Healthcare Authority of Haleyville And Winston County for the issuance of a Limited Obligation Bond for $3,000,000.00. This sales tax money will be used as security for the payment of the principal and interest on the bond. The bond money will be for the purpose of providing funds for the support and operation of the hospital facility and entities engaged from time to time by the Healthcare Authority in the operation, support and maintenance of the facility.
In other business, the Council approved buying a field and brush mower for the Park and Rec Department in the amount of $2,399.99. Richard Bittinger was appointed to the Water Board and Megan Lovett was appointed to the Assistant City Clerk/Revenue Clerk with a pay adjustment. She will handle the business licenses and occupational taxes. Dr. Reddy was appointed to the Healthcare Authority.
The next meeting of the Haleyville City Council will Be Monday, December 3.
City Of Haleyville Street & Sanitation will be closed down Thursday, Nov. 22 & Friday, Nov. 23 for Thanksgiving. Thursday 22 will be picked up the day before on Wednesday, Nov. 21, Friday 23 will be picked up on Monday, Nov. 26 along with Monday’s route.