Aliceville Volunteer Fire Department’s Chief Willie Dixon and Assistant Chief Derrick Jones were surprised with recognition plaques at the Aliceville City Council meeting on Oct. 10. The plaques say, “In appreciation of your loyal services and dedicated time given to the community and the Aliceville Volunteer Fire Department.” Congratulations and thank you for your hard work and dedication!
Residents are asked to contact the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office or your local police department if you are the victim of a scam.
A motion to pass the budget was made by Councilman Max Allen and seconded by Councilman Thomas Wilkins.
The audit focused on the period of October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017.
Attendees applied for the conference and were approved by their county Federation. View photos on the Federation’s Facebook and Flickr pages.
All were in favor and the motion passed.
— Contributed by Connie Kay
City workers were tired, but satisfied, as progress for the Face in the Window Fest was nearing completion after much hard effort.
The Alabama Department of Mental Health (ADMH) celebrates October by showcasing the services and programs offered across the state to help decrease the use, or misuse, of legal or illegal substances.
Pickens County has been chosen to receive $10,240 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.
The Aliceville City Council met for its final meeting for the month on September 26.
At the Pickens County Commission meeting Sept. 25, Commissioners heard from Mr. James Lee, who was signed up to speak at the beginning of the meeting in the public comment from citizens course of the agenda.