Municipal Runoff Election Results

Submitted by Brian Hamilton on Wed, 10/07/2020 - 16:57
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Aliceville Council Runoff

District 3

Chris Lewis - 62%

Michael Hinton -  38%

 

District 5

Rebecca Gilliam - 50%

Roshonda Clark - 50%

*Runoff will be decided Tuesday, October 13, 2020 at noon during Election Canvasing of provisional ballots.

 

Reform Mayoral Race

Melody Davis - 57%

Charlie Hagan - 43%

 

Pickensville Council Runoff

Shawn Murphy - 79%

Andrea Wilson - 21%

 

Sheriff’s Dept. makes drug arrest in Stansel

STANSEL - Sheriff Todd Hall announced that on Friday October 2, 2020 Deputies of the Pickens County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at 1322 Stansel Circle, Reform, Alabama. This search warrant culminated a month long investigation into drug activity at the listed address. During the search Deputies found Methamphetamine, Marijuana, and an assortment of controlled substances including illegal prescription medications packaged for individual sale.

Pete resigns as Aliceville Head Coach

ALICEVILLE - Aliceville Yellow Jackets head football coach Melvin Pete resigned last Thursday. Pete released the following statement to the Pickens County Herald on Friday: I, Melvin Pete, have submitted my official resignation as the coach at Aliceville High School, effective immediately. I appreciate the opportunities that have been given to me as the Head Football Coach at Aliceville High School. I wish the community, the school and school system nothing but the best now and into the future. To my players, I have enjoyed my time with you all here at Aliceville High School.

Carrollton’s lagoon project complete

Superintendent Candidate Sherry Saulsberry addresses the Carrollton Town Council during last Thursday’s council meeting.

CARROLLTON - The October 1, 2020, Carrollton City Council meeting was called to order by President pro-tempore Freddy Lowe. Councilwoman Terisa Robbins and Mayor Walker were absent. The minutes from the last meeting were approved by the council. The first day of the month included five bills. They were approved to be paid by the council as well. The Carrollton Fall Festival took place on Saturday October 2, 2020 from 9 a.m. -2 p.m. Lowe mentioned that the Lagoon project is finished. “Somebody has to come down and do a test. Once that’s done and passed, the project will be over.