This past weekend, my family and I were reminded just how amazing our little town is.
Scottsboro Mayor Jim McCamy recently sat down with The Clarion to discuss what’s happening in our city.
According to Jackson County Solid Waste Director Caleb Skipper, there are currently 12,359 residential solid waste customers in the county. Of those, 494 customers are suspended, with balances totaling $171,484.
At the recent Jackson County Commission meeting, Chairman Bill Nance began by recognizing County employees with service awards. The first was Darryl Kennedy, who has served Jackson County for 20 years. Kennedy began working for the County as a driver/collector at Solid Waste. Nance also recognized Blake Johnson. Johnson has served Jackson County for 10 years as a jailer. Johnson currently serves as a Sergeant at the Jackson County Jail.
During the July 24th Scottsboro City Council meeting, members of the council approved a tourism grant in the amount of $4,500 for the Scottsboro High School’s “Where the Mountains meet the Lakes” band competition. According to Scottsboro High School Band Boosters this year’s event is expected to be larger than last year’s event.