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CCDA reports $171 million in capital improvements for 2016

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At the beginning of each year, the Chambers County Development Authority addresses each of their supporting governmental partners to provide an update and comprehensive review of the activities and growth that has taken place in Chambers County the previous calendar year. CCDA staff members Valerie Gray, Kimberly Carter and Chris Busby provide these reports to […]

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Rogers elected to steering committee

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Congressman Mike Rogers made the following statement today after being elected to the Republican Steering Committee this week by his colleagues. The Steering Committee recommends Members of Congress to serve as Full Committee Chairmen based on their background, level of expertise and seniority as well as each Member’s committee assignments. This is Rogers’ second term […]

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Voter turnout 3rd highest in Alabama history

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By Paul Richardson    Tuesday’s voter turnout of  61.97 percent was the third highest in state history, but the 2,065,660 total fell short of the expected record-breaking turnout. The largest turnout documented in Alabama was (72.8 percent) in 2008. “We attribute that to the lack of enthusiasm for Secretary Clinton,” said Secretary of State John […]

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Council appoints department heads

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By Alton Mitchell LaFayette’s new city council was sworn in on Monday evening. In addition to the swearing in at a special called meeting at LaFayette’s City Hall there were several appointments made to the position of various departments throughout the city of LaFayette. The following individuals are now the department heads of LaFayette’s various […]

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Hodge seeks re-election as schools superintendent

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Dr. Kelli Moore Hodge is seeking re-election as Superintendent of Chambers County Schools in the November 8, general election. Dr. Hodge first became Superintendent on October 1, 2011, after being appointed by the Board of Education to fill the unexpired term of Leonard Riley. Dr. Hodge was elected as Superintendent in the 2012 election. In […]

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