The Glen Allen Town Council met in regular session on Tuesday, June 1 at the town’s community center. Council members Robert Aldridge and Willie Rose McClinton were not in attendance for the regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Mayor Allen J. Dunavant addressed the council with his concerns about the conditions of the town’s streets, stating that several of the streets were in very deteriorated conditions.
The City of Fayette and the Town of Glen Allen will hold municipal clean-up this Saturday, April 24. The clean-ups are part of Alabama’s month-long PALS (People Against a Littered State) project. The Town of Glen Allen’s clean-up will begin with a safety briefing at the Town Hall at 8:30 a.m. Teams will then travel through the town of Glen Allen to pick-up trash.
The Fayette clean-up will begin at 9 a.m at Fayette City Hall. Police Chief Danny Jenkins will give a short presentation to the workers concerning safety before the clean-up activities begin.
The Glen Allen Town Council met in regular session on Tuesday. April 6 at the town’s community center. Councilman Dustin Youngblood was not in attendance, with all other council members present. The council chose to reject the only bid received for the proposed street paving project, which would have addressed repaving Birch, Hickory and Twin Streets, Allen Avenue, 11th and 12th Streets East and 10th Street West. Mayor Allen J.
The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday, March 2 at the town’s community center with all council members in attendance for the regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Mayor Allen J. Dunavant notified the council that he had received correspondence from Alabama PALS (People Against a Littered State) inquiring whether the town would be participating in the 2021 “Don’t Drop it on Alabama” statewide annual spring cleanup.
Former Glen Allen mayor and former Fayette County Commissioner Joe Stewart passed away on Saturday, Feb 27 at the age of 76. A lifelong resident of the Glen Allen community, Stewart was well-known throughout the area. Stewart graduated from Hubbertville School, and was a member of the Glen Allen Church for more than 45 years.
The Glen Allen Town Council met on Tuesday, Feb. 2 at the town’s community center. Councilors Bobbie S. McCraw and Dustin Youngblood were not in attendance for the regularly scheduled monthly meeting. The council unanimously elected to make an in-kind donation to the Fayette County Board of Education to assist organizations at Hubbertville School. Mayor Allen J. Dunavant brought before the council a proposal to continue the annual donation, which has been the practice of the council since 2005.
The Glen Allen Town Council met in regular session on Tuesday, Jan. 5 at the community center. Council Member Bobbie S. McCraw and Dustin Youngblood were not in attendance for the monthly meeting. Following standard opening procedures, Rick McCabe of McCabe and Associates, addressed the council. McCabe, who is a certified public accountant, recently completed the 2020 audit of the town’s financial statements.
The Glen Allen Town Council, during its Nov. 3 meeting, elected to cancel the town’s annual Christmas tree lighting event for this year due to constraints posed by the COVID-19 virus.
Mayor Allen J. Dunavant presented the agenda item before the council at its regularly scheduled council meeting. Discussion among the council raised numerous concerns with regards to planning, preparing and hosting the annual event, with the overall concern being for the safety of those who would be participating and attending the event.
The Glen Allen town council met on Tuesday, Oct. 6 at the town’s community center. Council members Gail Bircheat and Bobbies S. McCraw were not in attendance for the monthly meeting.