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Albertville Sand Mountain Reporter (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Albertville, AlabamaSand Mountain saturday july 11,2015175 cents online at i4llstate you re in Good hands. Higdon insurance group 256-878-8787 special legislative session begins monday local legislators Are discouraged Morgan Martin gov. Robert bunt key announced on thursday a special session to address the general fund budget would begin july p. In press release thursday posted from Bentley a office the governor again stressed How serious the general fund issues Are in the state. A one of the most serious issues we face in our stale is the funding of the general fund budget Quot Bentley said. A with no budget in place to fund state government following the regular legislative session the Legisla re must return for a special session. I Tikik Forward to working with the legislature to fundamentally change the Way we budget in the general f und supports most non education related functions of state government. For decades problems have existed in the Way funding was appropriated to the finneral fund because of no growth taxes available to support it. Bentley informed mouse speaker Mike Hubbard and sen. Pro Tern Del Marsh of the Date for the special session earlier in the Day thursday. The governor s Call for items to be addressed in the special session will be released Friday. A originally the indication had been that it would be held in August a said rep. Kerry Rich a Albertville. A i wish it had been a Little later and there had been a Little More sen. Clay Scofield r red Hill said the Call for the special session was completely unexpected a in a a Little discouraged about it because we have to build a consensus see session ia10 h a 0 Albertville an untamed Mountain Absentee bad ots tigers for tomorrow offers a peek into wild animals lives Bradley Roberts sue Steffens was performing daily routine checks for tigers for tomorrow at untamed Mountain the exotic animal Park and Rescue preserve where she works. She arrives to work promptly every morning at 7. To Check on each of the preserves 160 plus animals on its 140-acre Campus in Dekalb county. On this Day Steffens was transporting a ram into a different stall. The ram. Which had migrated to the Middle of a wide open Field refused to co operate with Steffens and he continued to charge the Petite woman. Suddenly a Large Black and White cow came galloping across the Field to assess the situation and come to Steffens Rescue. A this name is or. Bojangles a she said a and he literally saved my life that the ram much to its Chagrin gave in to the much larger animal that had come to Steffens aide. Steffens said its these situations that remind her of Why she loves what she does and Why she loves these animals so much. A a or. Bojangles1 mean i slept in a stall with him when he was a baby a she said. A the was. Three Days old. Both me and my husband a we have been doing this for 26 years a Well have /y.y-. Now avar Able City residents to decide sunday alcohol sales aug. 25 the j Bradley a in crts above sue Steffens of tigers for tomorrow receives a warm kiss from Yonah a grizzly Bear housed in the exotic animal preserve in Dekalb county. Beirow Ravi a Golden Tabby Tiger sits in a Cement poo to Cool off from the hot Sun. Something like this happen and like a wow that a so Cool a but these relationships really do go across species a she said. The importance of these relationships is what Steffens and her Stal f try to promote every Day at tigers for tomorrow. The Park features seven types of big cats including 30 tigers. The Park also has 24 wolves one see a Gers As Absentee ballots for the special election on sunday alcohol sales in the City of Albertville Are now available in the City clerks office at City Hall. The election is scheduled for aug. 25 and will be held at the pros sri ads mall in Albertville from 7. To 7. Only residents within the Albertville City limits will be eligible to vote in this election said City clerk Phyllis Webb. The Kex Al legislative delegation this session passed a Bill which it uld allow for referendums in All four Marshall county cities to have a referendum on the Issue. Thus far Only Albertville and Guntersville have chosen to pursue the Issue. Arab and Boaz leaders say they will take a a wait and see attitude. Albertville City Council president Nathan Broadhurst said the Council passed draft Beer sales a few years ago which aided in getting National restaurant Santa be to come to town. Opening up to seven Day sales Broadhurst feels would be helpful in bringing More restaurants to town. A one of the things that always comes up with a Ville special election who ires dents want twin the Alberts Lle City limits Only Alwn aug 25from? to 7 pm where Crossroads mall whet referendum to approve sunday Kohol sales to get an Absentee ballot or for More information Call the Albertville City clerk at 256-891-8200. The restaurants these Days is whether or not they have so Van Day sales a Broadhurst said. A a lot of restaurants build business plans based on having that weekend Revenue from alcohol sales and if you done to offer it then normally you re not going to fit what they want for a new store Absentee ballots Are available for people who will either be out of town on election Day or for people who physically cannot go to the polling l Kation. Absentee ballots May be obtained in person or by calling the clerks office at 256-891-82 x to request an application for a ballot. Som eone else May pick up the ballot on behalf of the voter but ballots May Only be resumed in person by the voter or through the mail. The deadline to apply Seal Diolla Boaz Man flees police wrecks car and ends up chased by Bull Elizabeth Summers a Boaz Man faces several charges following a Early wednesday morning. According to Marshall county sheriff Scott Walls an Arab resident returned to his Baldwin drive Home at about 8. To find an unfamiliar truck in. His Yard and two individuals burglar izing his Home. The Homeowner called sheriffs of fice officials and chased the suspects As they fled the property Arab police and additional sheriffs office deputies joined in the Chase and the suspect later identified As Brad Lynn Hemby 26, of Boaz crashed his vehicle on pea Ridge Circle in the Union Grove area and fled on foot. He by Hemby fled across a cow pasture and was chased by a Bull roaming in the Field in addition to the sheriffs office deputies. Hemby fell into a barbed wire Fence As he attempted to elude the Bull and surrendered Ini medi Lely meanwhile a female in his vehicle fled into a wooded area and has not yet been located. A search of Hemby a vehicle turned up stolen property from the earlier burglary. Hemby was taken into custody and charged with burglary theft and attempting to elude police. He is currently being processed and booked into the Marshall county jail. No Bond has been set. 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