Town Council

Glen Allen to increase water rates

The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday, July 11 at the town’s community center. All council members were in attendance for the scheduled monthly meeting. Mayor Allen J. Dunavant introduced Darrell Brewer of the Alabama Rural Water Association, whom he had extended an invitation to address the council in an effort to assist with the decision of increasing water rates for the Glen Allen Water Department.


Berry approves Rebuild Alabama Plan

Pictured at the Aug. 7 Berry Town Council meeting, from left: Council members Mary Sue Lollar, Charles Tidwell and Calvin Madison.

The Berry Town Council approved its 2024 fiscal year Rebuild Alabama Transportation Plan during its Aug. 7 meeting. Councilwoman Mary Sue Lollar, Councilman Charles Tidwell and Councilman Calvin Madison were in attendance for the meeting, with council members Troyce Townsel and Russell Madison absent.


Berry Council donates to club

The Berry Town Council held a brief meeting on June 5 to consider two items of business. Councilman Russell Madison and Councilman Troyce Townsel were absent, with all other council members present for the meeting. Also present for the meeting were Berry Mayor Jimmy Madison and Town Clerk Marie McCluskey.


Berry Town Council issues proclamation

The Berry Town Council approved a resolution during its May 1 meeting, declaring May as Mental Health Awareness Month. All council members were present, with the exception of Troyce Townsel. Prior to the meeting, Berry Mayor Jimmy Madison and the city council treated the clients and staff of Berry Manor, along with other mental health personnel, to snacks and refreshments.


Berry introduces new narcotic dog at council meeting

Pictured is Berry Police Officer Randall Kelley, with the department’s new narcotic dog, “Boi.”

The Berry Town Council held its regular meeting on Monday, March 6. All council members were present for the meeting with the exception of Councilman Troyce Townsel. At the beginning of the meeting, Berry Police Officer Randall Kelley introduced the council members to the newest members of the Berry Police staff, a new narcotic dog named “Boi.”