Baker, Albritton honored by Council

Published 5:55 pm Tuesday, May 10, 2022

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The Brewton City Council paused to pay tribute to a pair of political friends during Monday’s regular meeting of the group.
Mayor Yank Lovelace read from a proclamation honoring Alabama State Senator Greg Albritton and State Representative Alan Baker.
“We are lucky here in Brewton to have a team that we can call on when our city needs help,” Lovelace said. “We can call either one and they work together to help us.”
Lovelace praised by Albritton and Baker for the work they have already done to improve life in Brewton for the citizens.
“We just want to thank them for all the work they have done for the city,” Lovelace said. “They are always ready and willing to offer their advice and offer assistance to help the city of Brewton. We just wanted them to be honored for their faithful service.”
A joint proclamation was presented to Albritton and Baker. Albritton was not in attendance at Monday’s meeting. Baker was on hand for the presentation and accepted for Albritton as well.
“Thank you for this recognition,” Baker said. “I appreciate the serve you provide to this city. Our services are needed at time for unanticipated budget needs. So many things come across our ears for some much needed items. It is a personal privilege to say how valuable Senator Albritton is in his work. He does a remarkable job.”
In other business, the Council:
• approved a resolution to purchase refuse bags for resell to the public. The Calico Packaging Company was awarded the bid;
• approved a gas service agreement with Gulf South Pipeline Company, LP to continue their service as a back-up pipeline for gas supplied by the city to Georgia Pacific;
• approved a resolution to enter into a contract with G. McCoy Fire and Safety to provide inspections for fire alarms, sprinklers, etc. The approved bid will be locked in for a three-year term’
• heard from Mayor Lovelace on the appointment of Bryan Wesley to the Housing Board.
Brewton City Council meets the first and third Monday of each month.

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