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O’Mary: Online training courses now available to city employees

BY RON HARRIS, DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE

Jasper City Council members
approved a rezoning request
Tuesday morning despite a public
outcry against the request from
residents living near the property.
The request to rezone the prop-
erty, which came from property
owner Eddie Miller, involves
changing the zoning classification
from R-1 (single family residen-
tial) to B-2 (community service) at
the corner of West Ridgewood
Road and Alabama Highway 257.
Miller has plans to open a
small, used-car dealership on the
property. That has drawn opposi-
tion from numerous residents liv-
ing near the property.
Council member Sonny Posey
made the motion to adopt the re-
zoning request, and the measure
passed by a 3-1 vote. Council
member Danny Gambrell cast the
lone vote against the rezoning re-
Jasper City Council members
approved a rezoning request
Tuesday morning despite a public
outcry against the request from
residents living near the property.
The request to rezone the prop-
erty, which came from property
owner Eddie Miller, involves
changing the zoning classification
from R-1 (single family residen-
tial) to B-2 (community service) at
the corner of West Ridgewood
Road and Alabama Highway 257.
Miller has plans to open a
small, used-car dealership on the
property. That has drawn opposi-
tion from numerous residents liv-
ing near the property.
Council member Sonny Posey
made the motion to adopt the re-
zoning request, and the measure
passed by a 3-1 vote. Council
member Danny Gambrell cast the
lone vote against the rezoning re-
Jasper City Council members
approved a rezoning request
Tuesday morning despite a public
outcry against the request from
residents living near the property.
The request to rezone the prop-
erty, which came from property
owner Eddie Miller, involves
changing the zoning classification
from R-1 (single family residen-
tial) to B-2 (community service) at
the corner of West Ridgewood
Road and Alabama Highway 257.
Miller has plans to open a
small, used-car dealership on the
property. That has drawn opposi-
tion from numerous residents liv-
ing near the property.
Council member Sonny Posey
made the motion to adopt the re-
zoning request, and the measure
passed by a 3-1 vote. Council
member Danny Gambrell cast the
lone vote against the rezoning re-

Jasper City C

ouncil members

approved

a rezoning request

Tuesday morn n ing despite a public
outcry against the request from
residents living near the property.
The request to rezone the prop-
erty, which came from property
owner Eddie Miller, involves
changing the zoning classification
from R-1 (single family residen-
tial) to B-2 (community service) at
the corner of West Ridgewood
Road and Alabama Highway 257.
Miller has plans to open a
small, used-car dealership on the
property. That has drawn opposi-
tion from numerous residents liv-
ing near the property.
Council member Sonny Posey
made the motion to adopt the re-
zoning request, and the measure
passed by a 3-1 vote. Council
member Danny Gambrell cast the
lone vote against the rezoning re-

City employees in management positions will now have access to online training courses, Jasper Mayor David O’Mary announced at Tuesday’s city council meeting.

The courses, which are provided by the Alabama League of Municipalities, are free to the city.

“When I took office and found that we did not have a training program, that concerned me,” O’Mary said following Tuesday’s meeting. “These courses deal with not only being able to grow in a leadership role, but also with improving skills in how to diffuse employee problems and mini-mizing lawsuits against the city. This gives our employees that chance to be proactive, and I think they will see the benefits of it.

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Located in northwest Alabama on Interstate Highway 22, Jasper is a thriving retail hub, center of growing industrial development and home to approximately 14,000 residents. Enjoying one of the top ranked education systems in the State of Alabama, ongoing renovated Park & Recreation programs and its close proximity to the outstanding recreation areas such as Smith Lake, Bankhead National Forest and the Warrior River makes it an attractive area for relocation. Mayor David O'Mary would like to welcome you to our city and web site.


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