The expert also holds that federal law provides a recreational pilot can fly almost anywhere in the sky, as long as take-off and and touch-down happen on public, or, with permission, privately-owned property.
OXFORD — At least two tenants of the long-stalled second phase of the Oxford Commons shopping center intend to open within coming months, according to spokespeople representing the companies.
“The job is to help the people,” Parks and Recreation director Don Hudson said Wednesday at an informal meeting, where department officials discussed both the group and other park-related topics.
Some school systems in Calhoun County will delay the start of classes Monday because of below-freezing temperatures, but warmer weather is on the way, according to forecasters.
Parks and Recreations officials say the department has gotten complaints about the situation as it stands from both those walkers and from riders. The department chief plans a meeting next week to talk it over with other city officials.
The 20-year-old Oxford native and Auburn University junior will spend about eight hours in a northern Virginia clinic today as his blood is pumped through a machine to separate life-saving peripheral blood stem cells to be sent to a cancer patient.
That request was granted by a Talladega Circuit Court judge in November, and the legal answer filed this month by the board’s attorneys asks the nonprofit be dismissed from the suit.
The generators that supply power to Oxford’s city buildings in emergencies will get preventive maintenance and inspection from experts on the machines, after city officials this week agreed to pay for the work.
OXFORD -- Talladega County sheriff’s deputies are investigating an armed robbery at the Coldwater Friendly Stop Texaco Station in Oxford, according to an incident and offense report.
For $100 per property, Oxford attorney Ron Allen said the city can obtain a tax deed from the Alabama Department of Revenue — essentially, the interest on the unpaid taxes, one tax expert said Wednesday.
City Manager Kent Davis, speaking by phone Wednesday while out of town, said that prior to Friday’s accident the city had already planned to meet next week with Alabama Department of Transportation staff to discuss a recently completed ALDOT speed study of McClellan Veterans Parkway.
OXFORD — Officials on Tuesday committed to spend more than $500,000 over the next five years on new equipment at the city’s golf course and sports complex.
Parking lots of congregations across Calhoun County would fill during mid morning, while shopping centers in Oxford and Anniston were, for the first time in weeks, nigh on empty, stores all closed for the holiday. The temperature, meanwhile, climbed from the mid 50s to a high of 76.