Trussville stadium site dig enters final phase
By Scott Buttram
The Trussville City Council approved expenditures for Milam and buy cialis Co. to erect silt fences around a dig site located behind the Canadian pharmacy cialis Trussville Civic Center where the future Hewitt-Trussville football stadium is proposed.
Plans are being made for the final phase of an artifact dig led by the University of Alabama.
“I heard today from the (U.S. Army) Corps of Engineers that the Indian nation had no comment in the 30-day span that they had to comment,” Trussville Mayor Gene Melton said. “So they are moving forward with a memorandum of understanding that the city and the amoxil for sale University of Alabama and the historical folks in Montgomery will all have to sign off on. Once that’s signed, the university can move ahead with phase three.”
Melton went on to say that Hewitt-Trussville High School students will participate in the archaeological dig, which will be coordinated through science teacher David Dobbs.
In other council action, approval was given to hire Barge Waggoner for engineering and design of the lighting on Deerfoot Parkway at the Interstate 59 exchange. The lighting will be funded by a state grant that was awarded to the city earlier this month. The city will be responsible for 20 percent of the cost of the project, with the state picking up the canadian pharmacy viagra remaining costs.