The Haleyville City Council met today, September 19, 2022, with all members present. The regular Council Meeting Minutes from (09/06) and General Operations Bills and PO’s (totaling $483,179.49) were Approved.
Three new Resolutions were also Approved:
- Curb and Gutter Replacement on 11th Ave (Res#22-43)
- Newburg Road Curb and Sidewalk Replacement (Res#22-44)
- Application for Funds for the 2023 Airport Improvement Project (Res#22-45)
Mayor Sunseri handed out the following flyer at the Haleyville City Council meeting, 9/6/2022:
There was an open, public discussion, and while there will be several benefits to this Report It app, it is limited to the Haleyville City Limits.
The Haleyville City Council met on Monday, August 15, 2022. Up for approval were the General Operating Bills and Purchase Orders for July, 2022, totaling $582.284.66, as well as the following Resolution for the Annual Gas Tax Plan.
A very special event will be held this Thursday, August 4, 5:30 pm at the American Legion Post 33 in Haleyville.
Thanh Duồng Boyer, author of “The Ground Kiser” a book about her life as a Vietnamese immigrant who was one of the “boat People” in the late 70’s. Her book is exciting reading and as stated by The Honorable Tommy M. Battle, Mayor of Huntsville, “This book puts an exclamation mark on what it means to live in America.”
The American Legion Post 33 is proud to have her speak about what life is like in the U.S. as opposed to living under Communism. Thanh has about a 30 minute program highlighting some of the events in her life.
I promise, you will be moved by this lady as I have been. If you know of any
Vietnam vets in this area, please have them attend. There is no charge, Just come.
I don’t endorse many things, but I do Thanh, and her husband, John. I was in Vietnam in 1970-71 stationed just down the Mekong River from where Thanh was born and was only 2 to 3 years old at that time. Her inspiring message will move you.
Please come, and bring someone with you.
Hearing Thanh will reaffirm your belief in our country and even your religion.
Hope to see you there this Thursday evening, 5:30 at the Haleyville American Legion.
For my age and older friend, we should get you home before dark!
The Haleyville City Council met on Monday, August 1, 2022, during which they approved of moving proceeds from the sale of Frontier Property into a CD, and replacing Healthcare Committee Member Johnathan Bennet with Dr. Jerry Harrison. Also approved, were the following Resolutions:
1) RESOLUTION #2022-37
Tuesday Night Pickers meet every Tuesday evening at 6:30 P.M to play classic country and gospel music. Gary McDonald is the lead guitar player, Lesley McDonald is the bass guitar player, and Leesa McDonald is the drummer. Plus, there are several more regular guitar players and singers performing their favorite songs. We want to invite everybody to come out to the American Legion every Tuesday evening at 6:30 P.M and enjoy some good music played by local talent. The admission price is two dollars (($2.00) a head. This charge is to cover the cost of rent for the American Legion building and the electricity that we would use. (No alcoholic beverages allowed and no cursing allowed.)
A two-vehicle crash occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23, has claimed the life of a Haleyville man. Rafael D. Marchen, 55, was fatally injured when the 2009 Yamaha V-Star motorcycle he was operating collided with a 2014 BMW Mini Cooper driven by Timothy O. Hamilton, 54, of Parrish. Marchen was transported by helicopter to the Huntsville Hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries. The crash occurred on Alabama 33 near the 20 mile marker, approximately five miles south of Moulton, in Lawrence County.Nothing further is available as Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Highway Patrol Division continue to investigate.
With Ray Boshell and Boo Brooks attending by phone, with Mayor Sunseri absent, Drew Thrasher, Mayor Pro-Tem, presided over the Haleyville City Council meeting Tuesday morning, July 19. The meeting was rescheduled from Monday in order to certify the results of the Haleyville School Board.
The Council approved the June general operation bills and purchase orders in the amount $711,163.81. Also approved a resolution pertaining to he Opiod lawsuit settlement, which can be see below. The next scheduled Council meeting will be Monday, August 1, 5:0 PM at the Haleyville City Hall.
Do you have unwanted or broken computers, phones, or flatscreen TVs laying around? Don’t throw them in the trash! The Paradise 92.7 E-Cycle Drive lets you send these items off for recycling. Drop off your unwanted electronic devices at two locations in Winston County for a limited time.
Drop off locations are at the Double Springs Municipal Building at 23415 Highway 195, and at the Haleyville Neighborhood Facilities Building at 1205 10th Avenue.
Paradise 92.7 FM and HBTV encourage you to E-Cycle your unwanted electronics in order to keep them out of local landfills. Boxes on pallets have been provided for a very limited time at both locations for stacking the discarded items.