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Changes Coming for Trash Collection in Winfield City Limits
With the purchase of a new garbage truck, which should arrive any day now, the City of Winfield is making some major changes in the way they handle trash collection for residents in the city limits.
If you live in the city limits of Winfield and are serviced by the City of Winfield for trash collection, you will be issued a new 96-gallon, wheeled trash collection can. The new trash cans are being distributed by the City and residents can begin picking up their cans now at the street department office in downtown Winfield.
Rob Bolton, the head of Winfield's Streets and Sanitation Department outlined the procedures for the new trash collection system adopted by the City. Below are the main points of the new system:
- Each resident will be issued one trash container, which will be included in the regular monthly residential garbage fee if $14. Up to two additional cans may be added for a fee of $7 per month for each additional can. Residents will be limited to no more than three cans.
- All residents who have trash picked up by the City if Winfield will be required to use the cans provided by the city and no other types of receptacles will be serviced by the City.
- Each can will be numbered and assigned to the resident.
- Residents must place cans at the street and facing in the proper direction for the automated truck to access the can.
- All trash must be inside the can. No additional bags of trash or other items will be picked up.
- No hazardous material such as battery acid, building materials, bricks, rocks, wood or scrap metal should be placed in the cans.
- Cans should be placed on the street by 7:00 a.m. on collection day and should be removed from the street no later than 7:00 a.m. the following morning.
"We want to provide efficient trash collection service to our residents and this new garbage truck and can system will allow us to have one man handle the collection instead of requiring three men under our current system," said Bolton.
Notice to Serve - Become a Member of a Municipal Board
As a governing body, the City of Winfield has various boards that help facilitate needs for municipal functions. These boards include but are not limited to the Winfield Board of Education, Winfield Housing Authority Commission, Winfield Library Board, Winfield Park and Recreation Board, Winfield Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Adjustments and the Winfield Water and Sewer Board.
The current Mayor and Council would like to provide an opportunity for Winfield residents to serve as a member of one of these boards. Therefore, in order to give notice positions are available, the city will be posting these as the terms end and the need arises.
Individuals serving as board members are usually given the opportunity to serve additional terms if they are so willing. However, if a board member’s term is expiring and he or she no longer wishes to serve, this becomes an opportunity for others to serve, possibly bringing fresh, new ideas to that particular board and ultimately the City.
If you are interested in serving your community i this capacity, please contact the City Clerk’s office at (205)487-4337.
For a complete listing of Municipal Boards click here.
Northwest Medical Center Welcomes New Doctor to Northwest Multi-Specialty Group
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Dr. Mark Lee Radall
Northwest Medical Center welcomes General Surgeon; Mark Lee Randall, M.D. to our community. Dr. Randall joins the practice Northwest Specialty Physicians located at 200 Carraway Drive, Suite 2 Winfield, AL 35594.
Dr. Randall received his medical degree from the University Of Alabama School Of Medicine in Tuscaloosa. He completed his Residency and advanced training internship from Greenville Memorial Hospital. Dr. Randall is board certified in General Surgery with more than 20 years in practice.
Dr. Randall was born in Augusta, Georgia. He is very active in the community and extremely involved with his family. Dr. Randall and his family are active in church activities where he has more than 10 years’ experience with medical mission work both here and abroad. Please help us welcome Dr. Mark Lee Randall, his wife Tina and their two sons.
As an advocate for General Surgery, Dr. Randall wants to provide his patients with a sense of confidence and empowerment through education as well as personalized, quality care. Northwest Multi-Specialty Group provides a full range of general surgery services including:
- Abdominal Procedures-Laparoscopic Appendectomy
- Gallbladder Surgery
- Colon Surgeries
- Inguinal and Ventral Hernia Repair
- Breast Surgery
- Chronic Wound Care
- Dermatology Lesions
Dr. Randall is now accepting patients at his new practice located at 200 Carraway Drive, Suite 2 Winfield, AL 35594. Appointments can be made by contacting the Northwest Specialty Physicians at (205) 487-7661.
Pastime Theatre Complex
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Restoration of the historic Pastime Theatre was the first major project undertaken by Winfield Main Street. Bob Henger, former administrator of Carraway Northwest (now Northwest Medical Center) is credited with having the vision to restore this old historic building. The theatre was built in 1937 by local laborers Elwood Smith, Sim Tidwell and Little Boy Tidwell; carpenters Arlon Trull, S. Trull and Radburg Bryant; and brick masons Penny Trull and Al Smith. The theatre opened in 1938 as a movie theatre with a stage large enough for vaudeville productions. The theatre was owned by Mr. and Mrs. George T. Thornton and daughter Glenera R. Horn and her husband R. J. Horn. In 1965 Jack Lane and Frances Borders purchased and operated the theatre through the 1970’s. It reopened under different management for a short period in the 1980’s, but closed permanently in the mid ‘80’s. The A. P. Seals family purchased the building in 1993, and it sat vacant until purchased by Main Street in late 2000.
The theatre was very dilapidated and was literally home to the pigeons. Under the direction of Bob Henger, the first phase of the restoration included roof, floors, walls, ceiling, electrical, plumbing, and heating and air conditioning. Layers of paint on the front of the building were stripped down to the original yellow glazed brick.
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2014 Mule Day Forms
The following forms are available for download for Mule Day 2014. Additional forms will be added as they become available.
Mule Day 2014 is set for September 26 & 27, 2014.
Note: These two forms are for Food Vendors and Flea Market Vendors ONLY. Arts & Crafts forms will be added as soon as they are available.
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