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Morgan County Commission

The Morgan County Commission on Tuesday:

  • Approved a $21,439 bid from Joe Sartain Ford for a vehicle for the probate judge.

  • Authorized the chairman to advertise for bids for a pickup for animal control.

  • Approved paying $500 to the Association of Tax Administrators for membership dues for License Commissioner Sue Baker Roan.

  • Approved paying $680 to King Insurance Agency Inc. for commercial crime insurance for the revenue commissioner's office.

  • Authorized the chairman to execute an agreement between Morgan County Area Transportation System and the Decatur Board of Education to provide transportation for middle school and high school students.

  • Appointed Dot Brinkley to a six-year term on the North Central Alabama Mental Retardation Board.

  • Approved $270 to the Association of County Engineers of Alabama for membership dues for the engineer and two employees.

  • Approved a $353.50 refund for Brindlee Mountain Baptist Church.

  • Approved certificates to subdivide or consolidate property for Greg Henry, Henry Lane in District 4.

  • Approved paying $495 to The Decatur Daily for advertisement in a special section.

  • Authorized the chairman to execute an agreement with the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs for an $80,000 grant for the county drug task force.

  • Approved a new position for North Park. Salary and benefits for the position will cost $40,000.

    Sheryl Marsh

    Hartselle City Council

    HARTSELLE — The Hartselle City Council on Tuesday:

  • Rezoned 2 acres on U.S. 31 from agricultural one to business one.

  • Combined two part-time positions in Public Works and created a position of equipment operator.

  • Approved paving invoices totaling $147,257 for Shelby Contracting. The invoices were for Parker Road and Mitwede and Eubanks streets.

  • Approved an agreement with OCE through the Tennessee Valley Authority to supply copiers for Municipal Court, Park and Recreation and Police Department.

  • Announced that the city was accepting applications for one six-year term on the Personnel Board; one five-year term on the Park and Recreation Board; and four four-year terms on the Cemetery Board. The city is accepting application through Nov. 2 at City Hall at 4 p.m.

    Deangelo McDaniel

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