2010_1 News Archive
Meeting Re: Wet/Dry Referendum Tuesday January 12th!
Tuesday June 1, 2010 Marion County Election Results
SEN. ROGER BEDFORD ARCHIVES
2010/3/8 - Senator Roger Bedford's Capitol Report
REP. MIKE MILLICAN ARCHIVES
PUBLIC MEETING RE: WET/DRY REFERENDUM TUESDAY JANUARY 12TH!
There will be an informational meeting/public forum, beginning at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 12, 2010, at the Hamilton City Hall, Hamilton, Alabama. This meeting is concerning the Wet/Dry vote scheduled for Tuesday, February 2, 2010 in Hamilton, Alabama.
Alabama Beverage Control representatives will be present for a question and answer meeting. The Hamilton City Council and members of the Hamilton Zoning Board will answer questions about how the referendum will affect our city.
At the time of the last city council meeting, Monday, January 4th, 2010, Mayor Holliday was asked by a citizen 'if the vote would take place as scheduled'. The Mayor answered that 'the vote was still set for Tuesday, February 2, 2010'.
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NEW RULES PASSED REGARDING OVERSEAS MILITARY VOTING
Please see attached article regarding Overseas
Military Voting. I am pleased this legislation passed in the House of
This article was written by another newspaper/journalist. (Credited below the article) It is very newsworthy and I hope something can be in our local paper.
Johanna for Representative Mike Millican
Alabama House of Representatives
11 South Union Street
Montgomery, Alabama 36130
Alabama House of Representatives Passes Military and Overseas
Secretary of State Beth Chapman and the
Military and Overseas Voting Task Force are one step closer to making
electronic voting for overseas voters a reality. The Alabama House of
Representatives voted 96-0 in support of House Bill 30, which will
further the effort to make Alabama one of the first states in the nation
to implement an innovative process for military and overseas voters to
vote more efficiently and effectively.
House Bill 30, the Task Force legislation, will give military and overseas voters four ways to obtain a ballot other than the US Postal Service. These other methods include: commercial carriers such as UPS and Fed Ex, a secure fax line, email, and secure electronic transmission. The bill will also authorize overseas voters to return their ballots using those same means except through electronic transmission.
“We are definitely thrilled with the progress that the bill made today. We are hopeful that this level of progress will continue,” Chapman said. “The Military and Overseas Voting Task Force worked extremely hard and has found a champion in Representative Jimmy Martin who understood how essential it was to pass this vital legislation for our men and women in uniform,” she continued. “I am grateful for the support of Representative Martin, the Task Force, and the House of Representatives on this most important issue.”
“The thousands of soldiers who will be deployed from our state before the 2010 General Election and those already overseas should know there are many individuals in Alabama who are working hard to get them a more efficient and effective way to vote.”
Chapman says that the Senate will hopefully take up the bill shortly. “We are optimistic that this progress will continue and that this effort will be realized for our soldiers and overseas voters this year.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Brandon Walters
334.353.7150 or 334.242.7200
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David Barber Resigns as Commander of Task Force on Illegal Gambling January 15, 2010
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To view Mr. Barber’s resignation letter click here:
To view the Governor’s letter accepting his resignation click here:
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February 6th, 2010 Hackleburg Civitan Club is sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast on February 6th. 2010 at the Hackleburg City Hall.
We will began serving at 7:00 a.m. until.
Price $5.00 per plate, eat in or carry out.
Serving Pancakes, Sausage &/or Bacon, Milk, Juice and Coffee.
All proceeds to go for Christmas for kids and
Community service projects.
More Information call:
Nell Emerson (205) 935-8306
Glenda Anglin (205) 935-3054
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Siritanyi Children's Home Bungoma Kenya
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Picture courtesy of Bro. Preston Headrick
These are the children at the Siritanyi Children’s Home Bungoma Kenya .
These are their new uniforms purchased with the profits from the Book (The Real Party), the Real Party Is At Daddy’s House. Maize and books were also purchased.
Thanks to all who have purchased a copy of The Real Party.
Please pray that God will get this book into the
hands of all that He desires to.
In Jesus Name
Brother Preston (Headrick)
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Hamilton City Council / Zoning Board Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010
See Partial Minutes
The Video of the Hamilton City Council / Zoning Board Meeting held Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at Hamilton City Hall. *Source - 49 County News.Net (Note: You will need Windows Media Player to view the video.)
January 12, 2010 Zoning & Alcohol Ord. Info Meeting. Minutes of the Meeting *Source - City of Hamilton website. (Note: You will need the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the text.)
City of Hamilton Zoning Ordinance. *Source - City of Hamilton website. (Note: You will need the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the text.)
Hamilton's Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance *Source - City of Hamilton website. (Note: You will need the Free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the text.)
Mayor Bobby Holliday said that no other Public Meetings would be held concerning these two ordinances (i.e. Hamilton Zoning Ordinance and Hamilton Alcoholic Beverage Ordinance), however, Mayor Holliday encouraged the citizens of Hamilton to contact the his office and/or members of the Hamilton City Council to make enquiries or suggestions concerning these Ordinances.
CONTACT Information: Mayor and City Council of the City of Hamilton: Click Here!
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SPECIAL JANUARY 12, 2010 MEETING WAS A SUCCESS AT GUIN, AL CITY HALL
A special meeting of the Marion County Humane Society was held on the 3rd Monday in January, at 6:30 p.m., (January 25, 2010) at the Guin City Hall. Special guests were Guin Mayor, Phil Segraves & Bobbie Mullins of Guin, and Members of the Guin City Council.
MCHS President Bill Nowlin spoke to the group concerning the purpose and current status of the organization. A question and answer session followed.
DON'T FORGET TO "LEAP FORWARD" TONIGHT!
Turn your clocks back one hour before you go to bed or you'll be late to Church on Sunday Morning!
Time moves forward one hour to Daylight Saving Time at 2:00 a.m., Sunday morning, March 14, 2010.
For The New
Hamilton Police Chief
March 30, 2010
Hamilton City Hall
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Nays Have It...March 23, 2010
Hamilton Special Called City Council Meeting Wednesday, March 24, 2010
This special called meeting was to certify the vote taken on Tuesday, March 23, 2010.
The 'Nays' have it in the Hamilton, AL wed/dry
vote by a narrow margin of only 68 votes:
No: 1262 - Yes: 1195 with 1 questionable vote.
Bear Creek woman awarded $10 million for husband's fatal workplace fall
A Russell County jury needed only 90 minutes deliberation Friday before recommending a $10 million award to a Bear Creek woman in her husband's workplace death, the Florence Times Daily reports.
*Source: The Birmingham News
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MCDVTF Meeting Thursday, April 22, 2010 at Noon at OH! Bryan's Hamilton, AL Elections will be held...
Kier Vickery, Secretary of the Marion County Domestic Violence Task Force, would like to remind and encourage everyone to attend this week's MCDVTF meeting. It will begin at 12:00 Noon, April 22nd, at Oh Bryan's Restaurant in Hamilton, AL.
Both of Marion County’s Walk a Mile for a Child events were
great last week!
We had around 75 people in Hamilton and 100 or more in Winfield! Thanks so much to everyone who helped in any way! We are so proud of our volunteers!!!
If you have any additional donations, please get them to us as soon as possible. One of the members can pick it up, or you can mail it to the DVTF at P.O. Box 951, Hamilton, AL 35570. We hope to have a preliminary total on the amount of money raised later this week.
Sign/Volunteer Training Dates Set
We have two tentative sign/volunteer training dates: May 24th in Winfield and June 28th in Bear Creek. Please make plans to attend if you have not already been trained.
email or call: Kier Vickery - (205)921-6015, Fax: (205)921-6050, or email at: email@example.com
MCBA Ladies Conf
Date: Saturday, April 24, 2010
Time: 10:00am - 2:30pm
Location: Winfield First Baptist
MCBA Ladies Conf.
Winfield First Baptist April 24,2010
Rita Sweatt is will be the Speaker
Clothed In Christ
$10.00 a ticket includes meal
youth girl are invited
Deadline to sign up is April 11 Please let Amy Dillard 205-495-9432 , Brandy Price 205-468-0457 , Debby Posey 205-412-5994 or MCBA office 205-921-7572
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010 THEY'RE HOME SAFE!!
We're so glad to have all the men and women of the 877th, and the 1305th Alabama Army National Guard all came home safe from Afghanistan!
Neighbor Welcome Home..
Glad You're Back Jeff!
OUR TROOPS HOME!
WE'RE SO GLAD YOU ARE HOME!
Tues., May 11, 2010 Winfield, AL
with a vote of:
829 - No
824 - Yes
By only 5 votes!
Hamilton, AL remains "Dry" by only 67 votes!
Should a 'new' election be held in Hamilton because our returning
soldiers were not here to vote in Hamilton's election?
FREE Parenting Classes May 2010
Upcoming Parenting Classes in May 2010.
For More Information:
P.O. Box 400
Hamilton, Al 35570
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Everyone Counts - Census 2010
One of the easiest ways to help your community is to participate in the upcoming Census of 2010...
CLICK HERE FOR MORE...
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April 24, 2010 -
Okra loves southern heat
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Marion County, AL
This Friday, Saturday & Monday
$10.00* Required by Law for all dogs & cats
Tuesday June 1, 2010 Marion County Election Results
Friday, June 11, 2010 Press Release From Hamilton, AL Mayor & City Council
Press Conference Video
JUNE 22, 2010 FAYETTE, AL
Total....Wet 995 - Dry 706
New Total with Absentees
Unofficial results: including the Absentees
Yes 1,036 (57.6%)
No 763 (42.4%)
A total of 1,799 registered city voters, which is 60%, voted today.
Purvis, Mississippi: BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW WE HAVE A CONNECTION
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Purvis is a city in Lamar County, Mississippi, United States. It is part of the Hattiesburg, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 2,164 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Lamar County. The Town of Purvis was incorporated on February 25, 1888  and was founded by and named after Thomas Melville Purves, originally of Marion County, Alabama. Purves, born March 8, 1820 was a second generation Scottish-American whose grandfather immigrated to Charleston, South Carolina in 1765.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010 MARION COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MEETING
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Winfield Public Library Summer Reading Program Announced
Summer Reading Program, Thursdays in June, Register Now at the Winfield Public Library.
Winfield Public Library
Thursday, July 15, 2010, 3:39 PM Oil Stopped!
BP Says Oil Flow Stopped In the Gulf!
George Streinbrenner dead at 80, July 13, 2010
George Steinbrenner, Yankees’ Owner, passed away Tuesday morning, July 13, 2010 in Tampa, Florida, the team announced.
He was 80 and lived in Tampa, Florida.
Steinbrenner died just two days after the team’s longtime public-address announcer Bob Sheppard passed away at age 99.
Live Feed of Gulf Oil Spill Camera www.cbs42.com/content/video/cbslive.aspx
Sales Tax Holiday August 6th - 8th
"I also want to remind all of you about the upcoming Sales Tax Holiday that will run from Friday August 6 through Sunday, August 8. This "Holiday" is designed to help working families with the cost of school supplies and clothing including computers costing less than $750, calculators, certain books, etc. For a complete list of items and to read a copy of the law establishing the "Holiday" simply go to www.revenue.alabama.gov"*
Towns and Cities in Marion County that participate in the "Tax Holiday" are listed here in alphabetical order.
There are some limitations in some of the towns and if these are not listed you will need to call the local City Hall in the town in question.
Some of the City Hall telephone numbers in surrounding areas are listed here.
* Source: Sen. Roger Bedford
EXTENDED BENEFITS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED PASSED!
The U.S. House of Representatives have passed the bill 272 to 152, to extend unemployment benefits for the 2.5 (plus) million jobless American workers who drew their last benefits June 1st, 2010.
The bill now goes to President Obama who is expected to sign it into law!
The benefits will be retroactive to the last benefits drawn in June, 2010.
The U. S. Senate Wednesday voted 59 to 39 to extend unemployment benefits. It's been seven weeks since 2.5 (plus) million jobless Americans drew their last benefits.
GUIN WET/DRY ELECTION by J. Mays
GUIN - By a huge margin ( Yes 617 - No 388 ) the Town of Guin has voted to become one of Alabama's new "Wet" towns under the new law allowing town's with a population of 1000 or more to hold municipal option elections to determine the legal sale of alcoholic beverages inside the city limits.
Earlier this year the cities of Hamilton and Winfield rejected the votes with Winfield staying dry by only 5 votes.
Guin will be the first town in Marion County to allow the sales of alcoholic beverages. This could prove beneficial to the town since it announced earlier this year a new Holiday Inn Express to be constructed on the cities property on I-22 soon.
ALCOHOL ORDINANCE (PDF)
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MARION COUNTY DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE MEETING
People attending Marion County Democratic Committee Meeting Thurs. June 17, 2010 a 5:30 p.m.. They met in the large courtroom at the Marion County Courthouse in Hamilton, AL. Although testimony was heard concerning some questionable votes, no changes were made in the voting results (most notably in the race between incumbent county commissioner Eddie Byrd and candidate Kenneth Cochran). The results were Certified as published (CLICK HERE).