From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Beautification Board announced the winners of the 2021 Beautification Awards.
Judging took place at local homes and businesses on Monday, May 17. Board members Laurie Nabors, Sue Peterson, Jim Henry, Nina Orr and Melodie Trimm, were on hand along with judges, Linda Grissom, Margaret Fritsma and Dorothy Stephens.
“The Beautification Board would like to thank everyone who nominated homes and businesses, congratulate the winners, and extend a special thank you to Stacy Frazier, from the Mayor’s office, for driving the group during judging,” said Councilor Jaime Melton Anderson, who serves as liaison to the Beautification Board.
The First-Place winners will have a Trussville Beautification Awards plaque placed in their front yard for a year. Those plaques will be delivered this week.
The 2021 Trussville Beautification first-place award winners are:
Best Use of Color: Billy Morrison, 407 Rockridge Ave (pictured)
Best Landscape Design: Betty Chilton, 4663 Chris Drive
Best Homeowner Maintained: Dale and Nora O’Connell, 7711 Happy Hollow Road
Best Turf: Matt Schrecongost, 3286 Cahaba Manor Drive
Business: Stonegate Entrance, North Chalkville Drive
The 2021 Trussville Beautification second-place award winners are:
Best Use of Color: Mike and Sally Inzina, 408 Edgeview Ave.
Best Landscape Design: Stephen and Joy Busenlehner
Best Homeowner Maintained: Cathy Freeman, 410 Rockridge Ave.
Best Turf: Phil Youngblood, 247 York Street
Business: Church of the Holy Cross Episcopal, 90 Parkway Drive
The Trussville Beautification Board meets on the first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The board recommends public beautification projects and evaluates landscape treatments. Beautification Board members serve five-year terms.
Anyone interested in volunteering with the Trussville Beautification Board can contact Board President Laurie Nabors, at Lauriem003@centrytel.net or City Council liaison, Jaime Melton Anderson, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.”