Ad Spot

Linden BOE members increase monthly pay by $100, discuss renovation projects

At the recent Linden Board of Education meeting on May 24, the board voted to increase members’ salaries by $100. The increase was approved unanimously, with board member Lillie Tate absent. The vote raises the salary from $300 to $400.

Board member Ola Ford was also re-elected as the Board Chairperson for 2021.

Under old business, Superintendent Dr. Timothy Thurman reported on the pre-construction meeting for the renovations to George P. Austin Middle School. He said that construction would begin once the students are out for the summer. Regarding the roof at the elementary school, the insurance company said that as soon as the board gets an estimate to let them know, and work will begin on the roof.

Action Items:

  • The board approved the transfer of all Linden Board of Education funds from First Bank of Linden to Robertson Banking Company in accordance with State of Alabama Law requiring that school funds be kept in a qualified public depository banking institution.
  • The board approved the financial statements for April 2021 and all bank statements have been reconciled
  • The board approved a four day work week for the summer for 12 month employees

Blackbelt Gazette

Marengo County High School to host a Back to School Kickoff

Blackbelt Gazette

Consumers to Take Advantage of July 16-18 Tax Holiday

Blackbelt Gazette

Billy George Tucker “Gramps” – “Daddy”

Blackbelt Gazette

Marengo County Commission honors long-time employee, votes to revoke liquor, lounge licenses

Blackbelt Gazette

Back Water Boat Rentals hold ribbon cutting ceremony

Blackbelt Gazette

Reptiles make appearance for the Demopolis Public Library Summer Reading Program

Blackbelt Gazette

Mother, son publish book on hope, determination, inspiration

Blackbelt Gazette

Smokin Jack’s named June Business of the Month

Blackbelt Gazette

Rebecca Crawford Marlowe

Blackbelt Gazette

Linden BOE members increase monthly pay by $100, discuss renovation projects

Blackbelt Gazette

Marengo County BOE discusses ESSER Funds for school district

Blackbelt Gazette

Demopolis resident grateful for Whitfield’s local medical facilities

News

Anthony Willis named superintendent of Demopolis City Schools

Blackbelt Gazette

Demopolis and Linden fire departments receive donations from WoodmenLife

Blackbelt Gazette

DACC announces 2020 Community Award winners

Blackbelt Gazette

The Mustard Seed named May Business of the Month

Blackbelt Gazette

Man who robbed Demopolis gun store in 2019 sentenced to five years in prison

Blackbelt Gazette

Demopolis Lady Tigers Softball wins one, drops one

Blackbelt Gazette

Marengo High Lady Tracksters claim 1-A Section 2 Track Championship

Blackbelt Gazette

Former West Alabama athlete shares journey to entertainment business

Blackbelt Gazette

Linden Board of Education discusses George P. Austin renovations, graduation

News

Linden City Council hears concerns from local delegates

Blackbelt Gazette

Marengo County Board of Education receives updates on school district

Blackbelt Gazette

Demopolis Girl Scouts troop chooses first responders as their 2021 Hometown Heroes