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Council discusses lumber and parking off the Square Thursday, 20 September 2018 14:32

During a recent work session and meeting, Scottsboro Council members discussed the  Lumber Proposal for Goose Pond Island.

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Commission hears funding requests Thursday, 13 September 2018 19:21

Teresa Bell, a 2009 retiree from the Jackson County Commission recently spoke during the Commission’s Work Session.

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Council discusses truck route Wednesday, 29 August 2018 14:20

A discussion regarding the truck route in Scottsboro took place between City Council members at the last work session.

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On Friday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced that she has appointed Mike Ashburn as Jackson County Commission Chairman.


Current commission chairman, Matthew Hodges announced his resignation from the position effective September 30.
In her announcement Ivey wrote, “As one of my appointees, you will be making important decisions that directly affect the citizens of Alabama. I have made honesty and integrity a priority in my administration, and I know that you will embody these two vitures while serving the people of Alabama. Please plant to aattend all meetings within reason, be a good steward of the taxpayers’ money, and work in your position to instill trust in state government. The responsibility that comes with this appointment is not to be taken lightly. I trust that you will rise to the occasion and set a standard for others to follow.”
Ashburn was appointed as the Jackson County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) director in 2013. Prior to that he was the assistant EMA director.
Ashburn is married to Debbie Sharp Ashburn, has a daughter, Courtney Hales, a step daughter, Melissa Worobic, and grandson, Avery Hales.
Ashburn will officially take office on October 1, 2017.

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