Here’s information for customers located within the Section Area served by the new Waterworks Board of Section Sewer System
August 5, 2014
After substantial completion and startup of the Town of Section Sewer Improvement Project, the Section Waterworks Gas and Sewer Board has agreed to the following for new customers during the first twelve months of operation of the new sewer system:
There will be no tap fee (normally $500).
The Board will connect a customer to the sewer system if within 400 feet of the sewer lines. Normally, customer would install a line from their dwelling or business to the right-of-way to be connected by the sewer system employees. This requires the customer to furnish a Temporary Easement for this to be accomplished. All new connections must be made within 12 months of the substantial completion and startup of the Town of Section Sewer Improvement Project. Substantial Completion of this project should occur in mid to late September, 2014.
All residential customers within 400 feet of the sewer lines will be required to pay a minimum bill equal to the minimum water bill if not connected or will pay and equivalent bill equal to their water bill if they are connected to the sewer system. Business customers may have other requirements.
All sewer and water bill must be paid when due to prevent disconnection of water due to nonpayment.
All fees and costs will return to normal operation 12 months after this project is completed.
A list of customers to be connected to the new sewer system in Section is being kept at Section Town Hall. Please let them know if you are interested in being connected.
Improvements at Section Town Park mean fun for kids (and grownups)
July 31, 2014
Right before the big Labor Day party is headed our way, we've made improvements to our Town Park that we're really proud of. Check out the new playground equipment that's now in place for everyone to enjoy, right in the heart of Section.
Mayor Fossett invites the children of all ages to enjoy the new equipment at Section Town Park anytime they are in town.
The results of Tuesday's
election are in as follows:
Posted August 29, 2012
MAYOR: RON FOSSETT 191 BOB MATTHEWS 73
JAMES ALBERT ROBBINS 85 (F0SSETT WINNER)
COUNCIL PLACE 1 : JANET LINVILLE 196 TERESA
JONES McCRARY 153 (LINVILLE WINNER)
COUNCIL PLACE 2 ; MYRA MANESS 69 DERRELL
MASSEY 255 HAROLD MURDOCK 24 (MASSEY WINNER)
COUNCIL PLACE 3 : VANDELL GANN 121 TRAVIS
GENTRY 129 JAMES W. (BUTCH) GREEN 91
(RUNOFF BETWEEN GANN AND GENTRY)
COUNCIL PLACE 4 : BETTY F. RYAN 89 JIM STRINGER
161 KELLY WILLIAMSON 98
(RUNOFF BETWEEN STRINGER AND WILLIAMSON
COUNCIL PLACE 5 : TIM BYRUM 116 TOMMY FLAMMIA
68 JENNY JONES 90 ARNEY SUMMERFORD 71
(RUNOFF BETWEEN BYRUM AND JONES)
Section Mayor Matthews
to host town hall meeting with Representative
Section, AL August 14 2012– Today,
Section Mayor Bob Matthews invited all citizens
to a Section Town Hall at 10:00 AM for a
meet and greet with Congressman Mo Brooks
(AL-05)on August 20, 2012. Brooks represents
Section and the 5th District in the U.S.
Congress. The Town Hall is an opportunity
for Section residents to meet with Mayor
Matthews and Congressman Brooks about issues
important to them and the Jackson County
Mayor Matthews will be meeting with Congressman
Brooks to discuss Weathington Park and the
future of Section. Mayor Matthews will also
be moderating an open question and answer
session, as time permits, with Congressman
Brooks and Section residents.
Congressman Brooks serves on the House Armed
Services Committee, and the Science, Space,
and Technology Committee, where he is Chairman
of the Subcommittee on Research and Science
Section 12s reach
World Series title round in Dizzy Dean All
The Section Lions 12-year-old all-star
baseball team has earned a nickname at the
Dizzy Dean Freshman division World Series
in Southaven, Miss. "Some of the coaches
over here are calling us the 'comeback crew,'"
said Section head coach Travis Gentry.
The latest rally — a 17-15 win over
Aragon (Ga.) Monday morning — landed
Section in the World Series' four-team championship
tournament, which begins with the semifinal
round on Wednesday. The championship game
is Thursday, as is the third-place consolation
game. All of the games will be taped and
aired this weekend on Comcast/Charter Sports
Read the whole
story in the Daily Sentinel,
from which the above
story is extracted.
And check back on
is open to the public!
Everyone is welcome to enjoy the view, have
a picnic, walk the walking track and relax.
A tent is set up until a pavilon can be
erected so that our visitors can be out
of sun. Mayor Bob Matthews says “Everything
about the park is going well and I believe
that local volunteers will begin planting
flower gardens and rock flower gardens in
Mayor Matthews say he is as proud of Weathington
Park as one of Section’s best achievements,
and he encourages everyone to spend as much
time there as possible. “To my knowledge,
there is no other place you can visit with
this view “
Above: A couple from Crossville Alabama
enjoys a picnic high above the Tennessee
Section's new park
The town is invited to the ribbon-cutting
The dedication and ribbon cutting will
take place at the new park (see article
below) on June 22 at 11:00 am. Mr. and Mrs.
Weathington will be here to meet everyone
and show their appreciation for everyone
taking part in this million dollar project.
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce is hosting
PROCLAIMATION FOR A
CELEBRATION OF SECTION, “OUR LITTLE
A recent proclaimation for the town of
Section sums up the natural and human resources
of the town. Click here
for the entire article.
students write and record --"Section!
Section! Section!" Mayor Bob Matthews
proclaims it the official song of Section,
Al. Pictured left to right--
Gage Little, Logan Short, Frances Haynes,
Ivie Atchley, Pacey Carson, Mayor Bob Matthews,
Harley Carson, Ethan Fossett, Avery Fairbanks,
not pictured, Travis Gentry, Tammy Haynes,
Larry Long, Sherry Hancock, Alex Morton,