by our drop off location at Priceville Dollar General on Saturday, Aug. Contracting the project would cause expenses to jump to .3 million, he said. The 200-lot Baker Farms subdivision soon will be constructed on property neighboring the new Priceville High on Bethel Road.The council might borrow at least part of the money to finance the construction. Olde River Crossing, with 107 homes, is across the street from the 119,000-square-foot school.Mayor Melvin Duran said extending Marco Drive would alleviate traffic and give parents, students and other residents another outlet to get around town.
Join the Town of Priceville and the Morgan County Schools Foundation the tax-free weekend and help “Stuff the Bus” for students in the Morgan Co. You may also make monetary donations in honor or memory of your favorite teacher.
School System presented by Dollar General & Traditions Bank! Supplies will be divided out among all schools in the district and grade-level supply lists will be on hand for easy shopping. by Jonece Dunigan PRICEVILLE – An increase in population and planned residential housing projects have prompted Priceville officials to explore extending Marco Drive.
Bring your tax-deductible donation of new school supplies, backpacks, tennis shoes, etc. Town Councilman Don Livingston, streets and drainage chairman, said extending the five-lane road north by 3,300 feet to East Upper River Road and adding a roundabout in front of the municipal building could cost an estimated $900,000 if the town did all the work. Anytime we get too far, he will pull back the reins on us.” A population boom is in store for the northern portion of Priceville during the next few years.
by Ashley Remkus PRICEVILLE – To share tips with the public on how to safeguard yourself, family and personal property from crime, Priceville is hosting a Refuse to be a Victim class. “The class is designed to teach you personal safety — when you’re at home, work, school or while you’re traveling,” said Priceville police Cpl. “We’ll cover the little things like what type of security cameras or alarm systems are good for you and things like dead bolts.
Registration is free, but space is limited for the class, which will be Aug. The main thing it teaches you, though, is to be aware of your surroundings.” Refuse to Be a Victim is a nationwide program localized by police departments and other agencies to best serve the safety needs of their communities.
The course covers vehicle safety, travel security and personal protection devices such as firearms, pepper sprays and stun guns.“We want you to know how to protect yourself with your weapon,” said Councilman Jerry Welch, a firearms safety trainer.“To defend yourself against somebody, you have to be prepared.There’s a lot of responsibility that comes with carrying a weapon, specifically a gun.” Sheriff Ana Franklin will teach a brief session on Alabama’s firearm carry laws, Davis said.Davis said the class is primarily geared toward adults, but teens also will benefit from the course material.The class also covers online safety, including making secure credit- and debit-card transactions and avoiding inappropriate chat-rooms or sites.