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Sewer Spill

“The Town of Loxley reports a sanitary sewer overflow has occurred at 13151 N. Hickory ST. in Loxley. The overflow was repaired on Monday, July 29. The estimated volume spilled is 100 gallons.

 The overflow resulted from a broke sewer fitting inside a meter box. There was no effects to local waterways and the Town of Loxley is taking all necessary steps to limit public health hazards or potentially harmful effects on the environment.

 The Alabama Department of Environmental Management and Baldwin County Health Department has been notified.

 If you have any questions regarding this press release, please contact the Utility Office at (251) 964-7644.”

Vacant Council Seat

PUBLIC NOTICE

 The Town Council of the Town of Loxley is accepting letters of interest to fill a vacant council seat.

The person chosen by council to fill the seat will hold the office for the unexpired term. To qualify, applicants must be a qualified elector and have lived within Loxley town limits for at least ninety (90) days.

To apply, residents can submit their letters of interest to the town clerk via email at melissal@townofloxley.org, in person at the Town Hall -1089 South Hickory Street, or via fax at 251-964-5371.  Letters will accepted until July 8, 2019.

 

Richard L. Teal, Mayor

Sewer Spill

“The Town of Loxley repaired a broken sewer line this afternoon, the following is for immediate press release:

The Town of Loxley reports a sanitary sewer overflow has occurred on a Right-of-Way on a vacant lot on N. Cedar St. in Loxley. The overflow was discovered on Wednesday June 5, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. The estimated volume spilled is 0.00-999.9 gallons.

 The overflow resulted from a 4” lateral connection that was repaired incorrectly. Repairs were made immediately after discovering the leak. There was no effects to local waterways and the Town of Loxley is taking all necessary steps to limit public health hazards or potentially harmful effects on the environment.

 The Alabama Department of Environmental Management and Baldwin County Health Department has been notified.

 If you have any questions regarding this press release, please contact the Utility Office at (251) 964-7644.”