TVA Aquatic Plant Management Program
TVA will continue implementation of its Aquatic Plant Management Program on Guntersville Reservoir for the 2022 season during the week of June 6th through 10th, 2022. This will include areas along residential and commercial shoreline as part of the Lake Guntersville Stakeholder Program as well as developed public access areas. Those areas scheduled for treatment can be found below. Treatments will be made in no particular order and are weather dependent. For a list of areas treated during 2022 as well as treatment area maps, please visit tva.com/aquaticplants under “Aquatic Weeds Treatment Schedule”.
Guntersville Reservoir Herbicide Treatment Schedule
June 6th-10th, 2022
Connors Island Area – Bayshore Estates
Big Spring Creek – Steele Ford Ramp, Day use area and Publix Dock, Spring Creek Marina, Wintzell’s Pier, Big Spring Creek Subdivision, portions of Big Spring Creek 2nd Addition, Big Spring Creek Point Subdivision, Lakecrest Subdivision, portion of Meadow Wood Subdivision, portion of Sunrise Shores Subdivision
Polecat Creek – Rayford Tucker Public Ramp, Morrow Acres Subdivision, Hideaway Acres Subdivision
Claysville Area – Guntersville Airport Pier, Lake Guntersville Sailing Club, portions of Playground Shores Subdivision, portions of Pinedale Shores Subdivision, Marshall Baptist Retreat, Lakeside Campground, Community Pier and Ramp, Turtle Rock Cay
Five Points Area – Little Mountain Campground and Marina, Mountain Lakes Campground and Marina
Columbus City Area – Ossa-Win-Tha Resort, Camp 30 Subdivision, Camp Ney-a-ti
Mill Creek – portion of Henry Miller Subdivision, portions of Pine Island Subdivision, Glen Haven Subdivision, Carlton Subdivision
South Sauty Creek – portions of South Sauty Point Subdivision, South Sauty Campground, portions of South Sauty Subdivision, Windemere Cove RV Resort
Langston Area – South Lewis Evans Subdivision, Cabiness Cove Subdivision, Jackson Subdivision
North Sauty Creek – portion of Goosepond Marina, Goosepond Campground
B.B. Comer Bridge Area – portion of Driftwood Shores Subdivision
Memorial Day Modified Trash and Recycling Schedule
SANITATION AND RECYCLING SCHEDULE
OUR OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY IN HONOR OF
MEMORIAL DAY (MAY 30, 2022)
TUESDAY WE WILL BE PICKING UP MONDAY’S
REGULAR SCHEDULED RECYCLING
GUNTER’S LANDING REGULAR SCHEDULED TRASH
WEDNESDAY WE WILL BE PICKING UP TUESDAY’S
NORMAL SCHEDULED RECYCLING
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WE WILL BE
BACK TO OUR REGULAR SCHEDULE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Amendment No. 772 to the Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended (recodified as Section 94.01 of the Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901), that the Mayor and City Council of the City of Guntersville (the “Council”) will consider a resolution (the “Resolution”) at a public meeting of the Council to be held on June 1, 2022, at 8:30 a.m. Central Time, in Guntersville Town Hall located at 340 Blount Avenue, Guntersville, Alabama 35976.
The purpose of the Resolution is to consider approving a Project Development Agreement (the “Project Development Agreement”) between the City and Lawler Hotels, LLC, an Alabama limited liability company (the “Company”), together with a form of deed attached thereto (the “Conveyance Deed” and, together with the Project Development Agreement, the “Project Agreements”), respecting the development by the Company of a hotel project (the “Project”) on certain real property of the City to be conveyed by the City to the Company as more particularly described in the Project Agreements (the “Site”). Under the Project Agreements, the City will agree not to transfer, encumber, or otherwise use the Site for up to 45 days to permit time for the Company to conduct real estate and related diligence and prepare plans for the Project, and, after additional conditions to be satisfied by the Company, the Company would have the right to purchase the Site from the City for a price of $10.00 for construction, development, and operation of the Project.
The public benefits to the City to be derived from the covenants and agreements included within the Project Agreements (including, without limitation, the agreement of the City to convey the Site to the Company for no cost to the Company and as more particularly set forth and described in the Project Agreements) include (i) increasing lodging tax revenues with currently unused real property of the City, (ii) promoting tourism, commerce, and industrial and economic development within the City, (iii) serving as a catalyst for entertainment, commercial, retail and other developments along Lake Guntersville and elsewhere within the downtown core of the City, (iv) expanding the tax base of the City, (v) increasing jobs and economic and industrial development in the City, and (v) enhancing the overall quality of life for the citizens of the City.
The covenants and agreements of the City under the Project Agreements will benefit (i) the Company, (ii) P. Lawler Enterprises LLC, a Texas Limited Liability Company (“P. Lawler Enterprises”), the sole managing member of the Company, and (iii) Mr. Patrick Lawler, the sole managing member of P. Lawler Enterprises.
Good Friday Adjusted Pickup
Recycling pickup will be on normal schedule (4-11,12-22).
Gunters Landing garbage pickup will be on normal schedule (4-12-22).
Wednesday 4-13-22 we will pick up Thursdays scheduled garbage
and Thursday 4-14-22 we will pick up Fridays scheduled garbage.
Job Title: Police Officer
Department: Police Dept.
Classification: Hourly, Non-Exempt
Pay Grade: PS Grade 6
Announcement Number: 22-10
Announcement Date: March 31, 2022
Closing Date: When Position is Filled
Nature of Work
The incumbent of this position is responsible for the protection of life and property through the enforcement of Federal, State, and City laws and ordinances. Following proper police protocol, this position is responsible for, but not limited to, patrolling, surveillance, traffic control, apprehension of law violators, public relations, preservation of peace and public order, repress and prevent crime, and preparing related paperwork and reports. Every Police Officer, regardless of assignment such as Ordinance Enforcement, School Resource Officer, Park Ranger, or K-9 Officer shall abide by the job description set in place for each titled position, as this will ultimately remain the primary function of the aforementioned titles. Work is performed under the supervision of the shift Lieutenant/Sergeant.
- Protects lives and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances; patrols a designated area of City on foot or in a radio equipped car to preserve law and order and provide routine preventive patrol in residential and business areas; provides security at school events and civic functions.
- Responds to a wide variety of calls and complaints relayed by dispatcher, both routine and emergency including domestic disputes, burglaries, traffic accidents, assaults, shootings, murders, and other misdemeanors and felonies; responds to emergency alarms; responds to fire calls and assist rescue personal; directs traffic during civic functions, funeral processions, roadway hazards, etc.; assist stranded motorist and administers first aid when needed.
- Conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence, obtains witnesses; makes arrest, transport prisoners to jail, and process offenders; performs investigation to help determine cause of accident.
- Issues civil or legal documents such as traffic citations; serves legal documents such as subpoenas and warrants; prepares detailed Incident/Accident investigation reports, wreck reports, and arrest reports; maintain required records of activities and events while on duty.
- Give recommendations, as well as general information, to public on laws and ordinances relating to home or business security, child safety, neighborhood watches, etc.
- Required to testify and present evidence in court proceedings when necessary.
- Operates a variety of equipment used in police work including Breathalyzer machine, mobile or base two-way radio, traffic radar unit, Taser, computers and other related or assigned equipment.
- Must keep shift Sergeant/Lieutenant and other supervisors informed of work conditions, needs, and critical situations related to daily work, objective, and goals of the department.
- Attends in-service training, and technical or professional classes or seminars to maintain required certification or improve technical or professional skills.
- Performs other related work as assigned or required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Working knowledge of modern police operations, principles, practices, and procedures with the ability to apply this knowledge to specific situations.
- Working knowledge of federal, state, and local laws as they pertain to law enforcement; knowledge of department SOG’s, rules, and regulations.
- Knowledge of geography of the City or ability to acquire this knowledge.
- Proficient skill in the use and care of firearms, Taser, Draeger, NCIC, self- defense, PBT, chemical sprays, vehicles, and other related police equipment.
- Skill in the operation of computer and applicable software applications.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with supervisors, co-workers, subordinates, outside agencies, general public, and those in contact in course of work.
- Ability to enforce law fairly and impartially with tact and courtesy, or firmness if necessary.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to prepare clear and concise reports.
- Ability to perform duties requiring physical endurance and agility frequently under adverse and dangerous conditions; ability to perform all essential job functions.
- Ability to react quickly and calmly in emergency situations; ability to analyze situations and to adopt quick, effective, and reasonable courses of action with regard to surrounding hazards and conditions.
- Ability to work flexible hours.
- Ability to maintain physical requirements as specified by department policy.
- Ability to exhibit professionalism at all times
- Graduation from an accredited high school or G.E.D. equivalent.
- Must be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment.
- Must possess a valid unrestricted Driver’s License with a driving record suitable for insurability.
- Must possess a State of AL Peace Officers Law Enforcement Certification or obtain a lateral academy (APOST) certification at the earliest opportunity or must successfully complete police academy minimum certification within a specified time from date of appointment.
- Must present good evidence of good moral character as attested by background investigation.
- All job offers are contingent upon successfully completing background check, drug and alcohol screening, medical exam, and psychological evaluation.
Necessary Special Requirements
- Willing to wear appropriate uniforms and safety equipment.
- Must be able to work flexible hours.
Applications may be obtained from the City of Guntersville Personnel Office at 341 Gunter Ave., Guntersville, AL or visit our website at www.guntersvilleal.org. Completed applications for qualified applicants should be returned to the Personnel Department. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
THE CITY OF GUNTERSVILLE IS A DRUG/ALCOHOL FREE WORKPLACE
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
WE PARTICIPATE IN E-VERIFY