Council approves sewer work, election officers

Published 2:13 pm Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Suncoast Infrastructure, Inc. has been awarded a contract with the City of Atmore to perform work on several sewer lines around town, beginning in approximately one month.

The contract was approved Monday during a regular meeting of the Atmore City Council and Suncoast Inc. will now begin prepping for the project, which will cost $445,694.70. The project will be funded by the Community Development Block Grant awarded to the city earlier this year.

In other business the council:

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• Reported the successful demolition of two sub-standard structures: a house and structure located at 163 Broad Street; a house and structure located at 171 Broad Street. The combined costs of the two demolitions totaled $1,044.72. The council noted the costs will constitute special assessments against the properties and liens on the properties for the amount of the work, and the liens shall continue in force and effect until paid.

• Approved the following persons to serve as election officers at the regular municipal election to be held Tuesday, Aug. 28 and at a runoff election, should one be necessary:


District One

Jettie Everette

Gordon Everette

Erica Pierce

Mary Walker

Luvenia Hayles


District Two

Walter Pierce

Cathy Martin Jones

Barbara McMurray

Linda Gates

Billy Gates


District Three

Voncille Stallworth

Carolyn Harrison

Johnnie Mae Rudolph

Harold Cox

Wilene Beck


District Four

Hurley Delafosse

Arlene Delafosse

Sue Clinner Barrow

Barbara Grindle

Mike Grindle


District Five

Lorraine Weinman

Ron Weinman

Sandy Zuiderhoek

Shelley Williams

Don Barrow