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Expenditures questioned by City Council Wednesday, 18 July 2018 21:13

During the recent Scottsboro City Council meeting council members approved the resolution regarding the expansion of Sanoh America, Inc.

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Commission makes board appointments Wednesday, 18 July 2018 21:09

During the recent Jackson County Commission meeting several board appointments were made.

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CDG rep speaks to Council, Smith requestes Blizzard's return to work Thursday, 05 July 2018 14:12

During the recent Scottsboro City Council meeting, council members  approved  the award for container  and roll off bids at the Solid Waste Department; council members also approved the adjustment of wrecker rates to the ALEA state towing fees.

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The City of Scottsboro is looking for Jackson County vendors to participate in the Jackson County Jubilee.

The event will take place July 14, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Courthouse Square in Scottsboro. The City wants to showcase arts and crafts products made by the citizens of Jackson County. All local artists and craftsmen are invited to participate. At this time, direct sales vendors will not be allowed to participate in this event. The event will boast items which are homemade and hand made only and are made in Jackson County. The vendor set-up fee is $25 per booth. Vendor applications may be picked up at Scottsboro City Hall or found on the City of Scottsboro Facebook page. Checks may be sent to Scottsboro City Hall (316 South Broad St., Scottsboro, AL 35768). Proceeds from the Jackson County Jubilee will go toward the painting of murals around the Courthouse Square. During the Jackson County Jubilee, Author Robert Bailey from Huntsville will be on the North side of the Square signing his new book, “The Last Trial,” as well as his previous blockbusters, “The Professor” and “Between Black and White.” This day to celebrate all things Jackson County will include handmade, homegrown, homemade right here in our county. Join the City of Scottsboro for a day filled with fun activities! We will feature products handmade and home grown right here in Jackson County. There will be activities for kids and food vendors too! For more information, please call Meg Nevels Nippers at (256) 912-0520 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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