From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
MONTGOMERY — Alabama Governor Kay Ivey announced today that she has terminated a state of emergency that she declared on Jan. 15 in preparation for potentially severe winter weather. The termination was made at the request of Alabama Emergency Management Agency with cooperation of other “affected parties and entities”.
The termination will be effective at 12 p.m. on Jan. 20. Afterwards state operations will resume their normal activities. According to the proclamation:
“Nothing herein is intended to terminate the exemptions from Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for motor carriers and drivers transporting heating fuel, including natural gas, propane, and heating oil, into and from the State of Alabama, which are currently in effect pursuant to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Extension of Regional Declaration of Emergency, dated January 10, 2018, and in accordance with the restrictions and limitations set forth therein.”
A copy of the proclamation by Ivey can be seen here.