The Town of Loxley experienced an overflow of approximately one (1) million gallons of waste water on April 1, 2016 at the Waste Water Treatment Plant located at 5150 South Magnolia Street. The storage ponds overflowed due to the heavy rains that passed through the area. As of April 2, 2016 overflow has been stopped. The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and the Baldwin County Health Department (BCHD) has been notified.
The Town of Loxley experienced a waste water overflow of approximately 10,000 gallons on March 28, 2016 at the Waste Water Treatment Plant located at 5150 South Magnolia Street. Efforts are being made at this time to contain any additional overflow from the storage ponds. The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and the Baldwin County Health Department (BCHD) have been notified.
TOWN OF LOXLEY
P.O. Box 9
Loxley, Alabama 36551
The TOWN OF LOXLEY is taking sealed bids for a 3 year contract to supply approximately 36,000 gallons of gasoline and approximately 5000 gallons of diesel yearly. Specifications can be picked up at the Loxley Public Works office at 5151 South Magnolia Street or the Loxley Town Hall at 1089 S. Hickory Street Loxley, AL 36551. Bids will be opened on April 8, 2016 at 2:00 pm at the Loxley Town Hall.
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Wednesday, June 10, 2015
LOXLEY, Alabama — Loxley officials are hoping a state grant will provide funds for much-needed drainage and sewer improvements in one of the town’s older areas.
The Loxley Town Council unanimously approved a resolution at its meeting Monday night authorizing the submission of a $350,000 Community Development Block Grant through the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs.
According to the grant application, filed by the South Alabama Regional Planning Commission on behalf of the town, “Loxley has identified community development needs and determined that there is a critical need to provide sewer and drainage rehabilitation in an older area of the town where high concentrations of low to moderate income persons reside.”
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
LOXLEY, Alabama — The Town of Loxley is looking to save its employees money on medical expenses.
At its meeting Monday night, the Loxley Town Council voted to change from Blue Cross/Blue Shield’s Blue Secure Silver plan to Blue Access Gold.
While that means an increase in the premiums for both the town and its employees, it will greatly reduce the out-of-pocket costs for medical procedures, officials said.
“I didn’t realize our deductibles were so high,” said Loxley Mayor Billy Middleton. “We have a lot of employees in need of medical procedures that simply can’t afford the high deductibles.”