Scottsboro City Council approved a resolution for the application for the State of Alabama CDBG Program. If awarded, Scottsboro will receive $208,958 from the community enhancement grant.

The tourism grant application for $5,000 going to the Scottsboro BBQ Cook-off this October was approved. The pine cutting bid recommendation made by Billy Rye of Forestry Management Specialists was approved, and the two-year contract will be going to Milam Logging. The bids and contracts for the Goose Pond boat launch and floating dock expansion bid was awarded to Lambert Contracting.
Solid Waste’s request for a compactor lease was approved by the Council. The compactor will reduce the space being taken up in the landfill.
Friday, July 5 will be a holiday this year for city employees. For the employees who have to work on the 5th, they will not be paid overtime that day but will be able to take a day off by the end of this year, after which the extra day will be converted to a sick day.
David C. Haislip, doing business out of Scottsboro Quick Mart was approved to for a beer and wine off-premise license.
Tanner Harbin and Nathan Allen were appointed to the Commercial Development Authority Board; Erica Estes was appointed to the Goose Pond Board; Pennye Holcomb and Greg Shepard were appointed to the Museum Commission; Brent Miller was appointed to the Downtown Redevelopment Authority Board.

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28 Sep 2019
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The Sanctuary on the Mountain yard sale
30 Sep 2019
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