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    The future looks bright for Baileyton: town mulling solar power plan

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    ACE, LLC SOLAR CEO Chuck Boggs addresses the Baileyton Town Council. BAILEYTON - The small town of Baileyton talked big news at this week’s town council meeting, welcoming representatives from Pulaski, Tennessee- based ACE, LLC SOLAR. ACE CEO Chuck Boggs, who was featured in The...

    CCCDC presents grant checks to area organizations

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    Cherrelle Fancher, third from left, accepts a grant for $6,000 for youth and adult literacy programming through Life Long Learning from the Cullman County Community Development Commission (CCCDC) Friday. From left are CCCDC members Cherrie Haney, Josh Speakman, Champ Crocker and Bradley Williams. Rep....

    Cullman approves zoning ordinance, appoints parks director, declares state of emergency

    Updated 3-17-20 8:02 p.m. CULLMAN, Ala. - In a packed agenda Monday evening, the Cullman City Council voted to approve a new zoning ordinance that has been in the works since the fall of 2018, using the services of architecture and urban planning firm KPS...

    Vinemont Council mulls half-cent sales tax increase

    VINEMONT, Ala. - The Vinemont Town Council on Tuesday night discussed possibly raising the town’s sales tax by a half-cent in an effort to help Vinemont schools. There was no vote on Mayor Radginal Dodson’s proposal, as it will need to be read twice...

    Hanceville council names Cemetery Rehabilitation Authority, approves upcoming special events

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    HANCEVILLE - After a vote at the last meeting to create a Cemetery Rehabilitation Authority, the Hanceville City Council on Thursday voted to appoint three members who were approached and agreed to serve.  The members will begin in staggered terms of two, four and...

    Dodge City gets update on sewage treatment plant contamination

    Updated 3-13-20 9:07 p.m. DODGE CITY, Ala. – The Dodge City Town Council learned more details about the cleanup of the oil contamination in the town’s unique natural sewage treatment plant at its March meeting Thursday evening. Living Water Services General Manager Grady Parsons, whose company...

    West Point launching food pantry; pre-conference set for Hwy. 157 turn lane project

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    The West Point Town Council on Monday night discussed the Town’s upcoming food pantry. (Hayden Hyatt for The Tribune) WEST POINT - The West Point Town Council held further discussions on a handful of issues at its monthly meeting Monday night, starting with the food...

    CARTS driver wins national award; commission rejects FEMA project

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    Wade Hancock (center), a Cullman Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS) driver, is presented with a certificate of achievement for his performance during the 2018 National Community Transit Roadeo by the Cullman County Commission at its meeting on Tuesday. Pictured, left to right, are: Commissioner...

    Hanceville chief gives more details on inmate’s escape, officer’s condition

    Hanceville Police Chief Bob Long explains to the city council the circumstances of Justin McCoy Booth’s escape and recapture, and the car crash that sent Officer Jason Hare to the hospital. / W.C. Mann HANCEVILLE - At its regular meeting Thursday evening, Hanceville Police Department...

    City, County Thanksgiving holiday hours

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    CULLMAN -  All City of Cullman and Cullman County offices will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 22 and Friday, Nov. 23 in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. City sanitation There will be no residential sanitation or recycling pickup on Thursday, Nov. 22. Thursday’s route will run...

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