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Trinity earns recognition from The Joint Commission

From staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- Trinity Medical Center has been recognized as a 2013 Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission, an accreditor of health care organizations in the United States. Trinity was recognized as part of The Joint Commission’s 2014 annual report “America’s Hospitals: Improving Quality and Safety,” for attaining and sustaining excellence in accountability measure p ...

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Commission narrowly approves rezoning for senior housing near Trussville

By Gary Lloyd JEFFERSON COUNTY -- The Jefferson County Commission on Thursday voted 3-2 to rezone land on Chalkville Mountain Road from agricultural to institutional, paving the way for an age-restricted apartment building. Commissioners Sandra Little Brown, David Carrington and George Bowman voted for the rezoning. Voting against it were Joe Knight and Jimmie Stephens. Knight said the project is a Section ...

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Trussville Winn-Dixie holding job fair Friday

From staff reports TRUSSVILLE -- Winn-Dixie in Trussville is in the process of a substantial remodel and is looking to fill all store positions at the remodeled store, located on Main Street. This Friday, the store will hold a job fair to accept applications and conduct on-site interviews. Applicants are strongly encouraged to apply at www.winndixie.com/careers prior to the job fair. The job fair is from 9 ...

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Nonprofit entities vs. tax-exempt entities

By Chesley Payne One of the most common misconceptions I encounter in my practice is the confusion concerning nonprofit vs. tax-exempt entities. Nonprofit entities are those entities formed under state law whose purpose is to conduct a purpose not intended to return a profit to the individuals who formed the nonprofit entity. A tax-exempt entity is one that is recognized by the IRS as being exempt from fede ...

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Apartment complex near Trussville sold for $33 million

By Gary Lloyd BIRMINGHAM -- The Springs at Trussville apartment complex has been sold, according to the Birmingham Business Journal. New York-based Somerset Partners purchased the 328-unit property from Continental 166 Fund LLC for $33 million, according to the BBJ. Memphis-based Somerset Apartment Management will manage the community at 3539 Mary Taylor Road, which will be rebranded as Somerset at Trussvil ...

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Trussville Grill owner hopes to find new location in ‘near future’

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A white-bearded man wearing a navy blue hat emblazoned with “USS Abraham Lincoln” slides into a corner booth at Trussville Grill, just across the railroad tracks off South Chalkville Road. The restaurant is located in a small space attached to a gas station, where many restaurants have seen their promising beginnings, and their quick ends. The man is alone in the late afternoon o ...

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Proposed Trussville shopping center ‘moot issue at this point,’ mayor says

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- A resident of the Calumet Downs subdivision in Trussville asked the Trussville City Council last week for an update on the proposed shopping center development on U.S. Highway 11. Mayor Gene Melton said last Thursday night that the city was waiting to hear from Blackwater Resources, the company with the option on the stretch of land. He said the company declined a public notice f ...

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Raises for Pinson city employees, new position created

By Lee Weyhrich PINSON -- The Pinson City Council voted last week to increase the salary of city employees. The council voted last Thursday night to increase the salary of administrative assistants 50 cents per hour, zoning employees by $1 per hour, and the city clerk and treasurer will each receive a $2 per hour raise. A new salaried position created last Thursday could cost the city between $41,000 and $6 ...

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Is market volatility the new normal?

By David Guttery Is volatility a new normal? Not hardly. If your only source of information is coming from the mass media these days, then you’re not receiving dispassionate, actionable information with regard to the market and the economy. Indeed, many economic metrics reflect impressively positive trends including jobs creation, the unemployment rate, consumer spending, housing, industrial output, capacit ...

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Rezoning for possible Trussville shopping center not on Thursday agenda

By Gary Lloyd TRUSSVILLE -- The Trussville City Council on Thursday, Nov. 6 will not consider rezoning a stretch of land along U.S. Highway 11 that could be the site of a shopping center development. The rezoning of 1941 Gadsden Highway through 2101 Gadsden Highway was on the agenda for last week’s meeting, but was taken off it. The rezoning would be from commercial to planned unit development. The city cou ...

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