The League of Women Voters of Greater Tuscaloosa, Delta Sigma Theta sorority, Tuscaloosa Alumnae chapter; Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) and The University of Alabama Retirees Association (TUARA) announce a Candidates’ Forum featuring candidates for Tuscaloosa County Sheriff, House District 16 and Senate District 24, the contested local races on the ballot. ...Read more
MONTGOMERY – Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard (R – Auburn) issued the following statement after Governor Robert Bentley signed the Education Trust Fund budget:
“Unlike Washington, Republicans in the Alabama Legislature passed a balanced budget that provides needed funding for health insurance for education employees and retirees and prioritizes dollars that go directly into classrooms. I applaud Governor Bentley for signing this conservative and fiscally responsible budget.” ...Read more
Press released provided by the Office of Gov. Robert Bentley:
MONTGOMERY—Governor Robert Bentley on Friday announced that he has signed the FY2015 Education Trust Fund Budget.
The education budget was passed April 3, 2014, minutes before the Legislature adjourned, effectively preventing the Governor’s ability to attach any Executive Amendments to the budget bill. Governor Bentley announced in March his intention to attach an Executive Amendment to the budget, which would provide a 2% pay raise for teachers and support personnel. ...Read more
Montgomery, Alabama – As publicly announced today, Energen Corporation, the parent company to Alabama Gas Corporation (Alagasco), has signed an agreement to sell its natural gas utility business to The Laclede Group, Incorporated, for the amount of $1.6 billion. The transaction is subject to the approval of the Alabama Public Service Commission (“APSC”) pursuant to Alabama Code Sections 37-4-40 and 37-4-41, which require the APSC to determine if the transaction is consistent with the interests of the public. ...Read more
MONTGOMERY— A $100,000 grant by Gov. Robert Bentley is helping lay a welcome mat for Vernon Industrial Park’s first tenant, which will employ 10 people initially and offer more jobs in the future.
Infrastructure improvements supported by the grant will make it possible for K&S Lumber Co. to build a wood processing plant to produce railroad ties and secondary wood products including wood chips and firewood. ...Read more
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