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August 2017
You have received notification from Baldwin County Solid Waste that they will be going to their new system of garbage collection. The program will help to keep employees safe and provide an improved collection service. It will begin the week of Aug. 28. Please follow all the rules for pick up. The program will be started in Spanish Cove and Ono Island, as well other communities in the county, before it goes county-wide.
Alabama Department of Transportation is still working on the details for traffic control at Perdido Street and Hwy. 98. Because of the hill, curve and the placement of the road, it may not be possible to install a traffic signal there. A study has been done on the area from the Perdido Bay bridge west and a plan is being discussed. Vince Calametti, the Regional Director for ALDOT, will be speaking at a future Lillian Civic and Legislative Committee meeting. As soon as the date is available, notification will be given so that those who are interested may attend. It is held on the second Monday of the month at 8:30 a.m. in the Lillian Community Club. Visitors are always welcome to attend.
The trash problem at the Lillian Park on CR99 is a concern for the commissioners as well as residents. A solution has not been found.
The county is negotiating with a tower company to place equipment to offer better communications for the Lillian Volunteer Fire Department and other emergency responders. At present there are dead zones in the area and emergency responders are in danger when they can't contact others.
The Lillian Volunteer Fire Department has paid off the loan on the training facility on CR91. They continue to pay on the Santa Piedro facility that has a balance of $180,000. They are in the process of moving the fuel tanks to the new facility.
Alabama will celebrate its bicentennial in 2019. Price Legg is the area representative for the county and would like volunteers to join a committee to plan an event for Lillian, one of the most historical communities in the county. If you have an interest in history, especially in the history of your new home town, please contact Price Legg at
And, for the really important stuff, the Lillian Community Club will be hosting a band in the non-smoking hall once a quarter in the future.