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Saint Clair times (Newspaper) - November 22, 2012, Saint Clair, MichiganA i a i a a a sports season ends for saints panthers Page 1b 7leeds mayor Speaks to chamber Odenville students display pumpkins St. Clair county considering committee 3c id 3a your Hometown newspaper for St. Clair county Leeds and Trussville Clair times bulk rate postage paid permit no. 22 Pell City Al 35128 thursday november 22, 2012 officials promoting the Sale of water from the cd wed by David Atchison St. Clair times Ragland officials from across St. Clair county gathered at the Coosa Valley water Supply District water treatment Plant to promote the Sale of water that is produced there. A a in a so proud of this facility a said St. Clair county commission chairman Stan Batemon. A this is a shining Star not Only for St. Clair county but for the Region. Our next focus is Selling the water to help make this Plant run the most officials said the surface water treatment Plant which opened about one year ago is producing up to about 3 mid millions of Gallons of water per Day of water but the Plant is capable of producing double that amount 6 million Gallons per Day. Officials said once the Plant is producing 6 mid the Cost of the reliable source of water would be Cut in half and More economically feasible for All users. A it is a state of the Art Plant a said Rick Ailiff president of Clearwater solutions which handles the Day to Day operation of the Plant. A this Plant probably has the Best water Quality in be seen in my entire the Plant was a joint venture Between the St. Clair county commission Pell City Springville and Odenville. Officials want other water authorities and municipalities in St. Clair county to Purchase water from the Coosa Valley water Supply District to help drive the Cost of Quality surface water for All users Down. A this facility is yours a said St. Clair county commissioner Paul Manning. A this facility is for the future and for today. Something we All have to have is officials said unlike underground Wells the surface water treatment facility provides a reliable source of water. Officials said Wells can become contaminated overnight or dry up and the need for water is especially High when there is a drought which actually sparked the construction of the facility. A a we be seen so Many see water Page 4a David Atchison St. Clair times Goodwyn Mills and Cawood Engineer Mike Walraven left talks to two Wattsville water authority officials about the state of the Art surface water treatment Plant in opinion editorial.5 up pay Kyj sports.1b $4.5 billion fines lifestyles.1c made $25 billion religion.4c Las year Community calendar.6cschool.1d Page 5 classified.3d-4d online it see obituaries rage 2 your local agent will he there. Harris Fowler insurance Moody 205-640-1108 a Uto owners hts ram a product of the daily Home free helping the needy Gary Hanner St. Clair times several gathered at Refuge Baptist Church monday to prepare sacks of food to give to needy families throughout St. Clair county this thanksgiving. Pictured from left Are Margaret Ogle Pat Daffon Laquita Tarr Inez Burchfield and Eleanor chinks cases. State program could help pave All county roads Over next five years o. To ii i ii r Atelj i i by will Heath St. Clair times editor Ashville a the St. Clair county commission held its organizational meeting for the new term of office nov. 14, and discussed a possibility for participation in a state program that might pave All county roads Over the next five years. The commission swore in three members wednesday a Ken Crowe Paul Manning and Jimmy Roberts a who won their reelection bids officially earlier this month the three won the Republican nominations for the offices and were unopposed in the general election. After that they discussed Road paving with Engineer Dan Dahlke who said that the states Atrip program a a $3.1 billion program to pave county roads a could net the county Between $10 and $20 million Over will Heath St. Clair times St. Clair county probate judge Mike Bowling far left administered the oath of office to county commissioners from left Ken Crowe District 2 Jimmy Roberts District 4 and Paul Manning District 3, at a Brief ceremony wednesday on the Steps of the county a administrative Center in Ashville. The three commissioners won their Republican party a nominations in the Pring primary elections and were unopposed in the november general Lection. The commission held its organizational meeting and work ses see roads Pagila wednesday s investiture. Avoid fires when cooking for holidays by Kenny Farmer St. Clair times according to a news release from the National fire Protection association thanksgiving Day is the leading Day for Home cooking fires in the u.s., with three times More fires occurring on thanksgiving than any other Day of the year. The nip says that in 2010, there were 1,370 fires on thanksgiving a 219 percent increase of the daily average. Steve Holmes Public information officer from the Alabama state fire marshals office recommends that someone be in the Kitchen at All times when frying grilling or broiling food and that the stove should be turned off if no one is present. Mike Burdette assistant fire chief with the Pell City fire department agrees that cooking food should not be left unattended and recommends that a Small fire extinguisher should be kept in the Kitchen at All times. Burdette says that those frying a Turkey this thanksgiving should use a extreme caution. A he says to make sure the area where the Turkey v411 be Fried is a Well see fire Page 4a paying top prices for your scrap now buying All types of Metal 15226 Hwy. 411. Odenville. Al 205-629-2200 Ltd orthodontic i no Down payment monthly payments of Low of 129 free initial exam a m v 7 it of m n a is t38 6714 a Miil a he i

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