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					                        December 12, 2011

                    MOBILE COUNTY COMMISSION

     The Mobile County Commission met in regular session in the
Government Plaza Auditorium, in the City of Mobile, Alabama, on
Monday, December 12, 2011, at 10:00 A. M. The following members
of the Commission were present: Connie Hudson, President,
Merceria Ludgood and Mike Dean, Members. Also present were John
F. Pafenbach, County Administrator/Clerk of the Commission, Jay
Ross, County Attorney, and W. Bryan Kegley, II, Assistant County
Engineer. President Hudson chaired the meeting.

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                            INVOCATION

     The invocation was given by Reverend Trey Wright, Children
& Youth Pastor, The Rock of Mobile, 6245 Old Rangeline Road,
Theodore, Alabama 36582.

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     President Hudson welcomed Danny Corte, new interim Executive
Director, Mobile Bay Sports Authority d/b/a Mobile Sports
Authority, former Director of The Mobile Area Sports Commission.
She said he is currently a radio personality in New Orleans,
Louisiana, on WNSP Sports Radio Station for the New Orleans Saints.

     Mr. Corte addressed the Commission and said he is very excited
to be an interim Executive Director and in the future he hopes to
become the permanent Executive Director of the Mobile Bay Sports
Authority d/b/a Mobile Sports Authority. He thanked the County
Commission and the City of Mobile for their support. Mr. Corte
said a good foundation has been laid and he is looking forward to
doing bigger and better things. He said the USA Weightlifting 2011
American Open Championships in Mobile, Alabama, at the Mobile
Convention Center, December 2, 2011 through December 4, 2011, had
approximately two hundred twenty (220) competitors in the USA
Olympic qualifying event. Mr. Corte said some of the
weightlifters were qualified to be at the USA Weightlifting Event
in London, August, 2012 which is a big deal. He said they estimated
approximately five hundred (500) hotel rooms were booked for the
event which encouraged approximately five hundred (500) visitors
to come to Mobile and stay for three (3) days. Mr. Corte said they
did not spend a lot of money for this event and it is his goal to
bring a lot of people into Mobile without spending a lot of money.
He said some of the facilities need to be upgraded because when
marketing for sports events, facilities are the first priority and
they would not be able to do a lot of things without them. Mr.
Corte said they have a good connection with the USA Olympics which
would bring lots of people into Mobile.

     President Hudson wished Mr. Corte the best of luck and said
the Commission looks forward to seeing a lot of events in Mobile.

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                        December 12, 2011

              KATHY TORBERT-WASTE TRANSFER STATION

     Kathy Torbert, Carol Plantation Road, Theodore, Alabama,
addressed the Commission and said she is speaking against the
approval of Mr. Bult’s Inc. application for a permit to transport
residential waste to a waste transfer station on Carol Plantation
Road, Agenda Item #42. She said she has spoken with members of
the Mobile County Board of Health, who have tried unsuccessfully
to reach Commissioner Dean to facilitate a public meeting. Ms.
Torbert requested the Commission to place Agenda Item #42 on hold,
until she finds out what the impact is of having a waste transfer
station in her community and the dangerous effects of garbage
trucks entering and exiting on Carol Plantation Road. She said
Advance Disposal is responsible for building the waste transfer
station on Carol Plantation Road and they had said they wanted to
be good neighbors in the community, but they have not made any
efforts to work with the community. Ms. Torbert said they have
not shown any interest for putting in a turn lane to accommodate
those huge garbage trucks that would be entering and exiting on
a two-lane road into their community. She said the waste transfer
station is located near a ballpark where children play and she was
told that Commissioner Ludgood is a member of the Mobile County
Board of Health and said she needs Commissioner Ludgood to be her
voice so she could at least be heard. Ms. Torbert said
Commissioner Dean has helped her, but she would like members of
the Mobile County Board of Health to be more involved in discussing
the dangers of having that waste transfer station in her community.

     President Hudson asked if there have been any meetings with
members of the Mobile County Board of Health?

     Ms. Torbert said she met with Bernard H. Eichold II, M.D.,
Mobile County Health Officer, August 1, 2011 and she met with
Commissioner Dean and a person from Advanced Disposal with other
citizens at the Church in their community, May 19, 2011. She said
in the meeting they were told it was a done deal and five (5) other
locations were considered for the waste transfer station, but they
chose to build it near a ballpark in a residential area across from
her home, which has caused her property value to drop among other
things. She said this is not a good thing for their community and
she asked why were they not required to post a public notice?

     President Hudson advised Ms. Torbert her community does not
fall within a municipality and does not have zoning restrictions,
there is nothing prohibiting the Commission from approving Mr.
Bult’s Inc. application.
     Ms. Torbert asked if members of the Mobile County Board of
Health could do something?

     Commissioner Ludgood said she is no longer serving as a member
of the Mobile County Board of Health.

     President Hudson said the President of the Commission always
serves as a member of the Mobile County Board of Health, which
currently is she. She said the waste transfer station and the
transporting of residential waste is a safety issue for public
health and she asked if a meeting could be facilitated with Dr.
Eichold II and members of the Mobile County Board of Health, to
give Ms. Torbert information on the impact of the waste transfer
                        December 12, 2011

station in her community and to look into the traffic issues it
may cause. She asked Ms. Torbert would that help?

     Ms. Torbert said not really, the traffic is just one of the
issues, she is also concerned about the time the waste transfer
station would open, the odor of household garbage, rodents,
mosquitoes, everything that would be involved that would impact
their community. She said she is currently working on zoning laws
for her community, but she would still like to have a meeting.

     President Hudson said a meeting with members of the Mobile
County Board of Health and Dr. Eichold II should provide answers
for some of her questions and concerns.

     Ms. Torbert said this could have been taken care of in May,
2011 when she first voiced her opinion that the community did not
want the land to be used for a residential waste transfer station.

     Commissioner Dean asked Jay Ross, County Attorney, could he
recall how many meetings he has attended with
Ms. Torbert and citizens in her community?

     Mr. Ross said he attended a meeting in Ms. Torbert’s community
in May, 2011, along with Commissioner Dean, Representative David
Sessions and G. William Melton, Environmental Services Director.
He said he met with Commissioner Dean and Ms. Torbert on another
occasion, and on two other occasions he and the Environmental
Department’s staff met with Ms. Torbert. He said the Engineering
Department hired Jim McNaugton, Consultant, Cooper & Associates,
to take a position on this matter, it was concluded that the County
Commission has no legal standing and all of the rules are related
to the Alabama Department of Public Health. Mr. Ross said Ms.
Torbert hired a very competent lawyer, who filed an appeal with
the Alabama Department of Public Health, but he does not know if
they have ruled on it or not. He said Representative David
Sessions has been speaking with the Alabama Department of Public
Health on behalf of Ms. Torbert. Mr. Ross said he has supplied
Ms. Torbert and her lawyer with all the information they have on
the subject matter.

     Commissioner Dean requested Mr. Ross to explain his
interpretation of the law concerning this matter.

     Mr. Ross said the laws do not allow the County Commission to
do very much on where a waste transfer station is located based
on zoning laws and the statute gives the sole province to the
Alabama Department of Public Health to make those decisions on
distance and issuance of permits. He said the County Commission
has some authority concerning traffic, but the main decision on
a location is not required to come before the Commission for
notification.

     Ms. Torbert asked if Mr. Bult’s Inc. application listed how
many trucks would be entering that facility?

     Mr. Ross said he respectfully does not know the answer,
because all of those regulations apply to the Alabama Department
of Public Health.
                        December 12, 2011

     President Hudson asked if the appeal Ms. Torbert filed would
have any impact?

     Mr. Ross said he does not know if there has been a response
to Ms. Torbert’s appeal and if an administrative appeal has been
exhausted.

     President Hudson asked if the response on the appeal is
something the Commission should know before taking action?

     Commissioner Dean said the Commission does not have any
jurisdiction.

     Mr. Melton said the issues surrounding the permit approval
process for a waste transfer station are outside of the County
Commission province. He said Mr. Bult’s Inc. has four (4) trucks,
but it does not represent how many trucks would use the waste
transfer station.

     Ms. Torbert said everything in her documentation refers her
to go to her local government.

     President Hudson said the Commission’s hands are tied in
disallowing this and she asked the legal staff if there was anything
the Commission could do?

     Mr. Ross said it is not a discretionary matter and the
Commission has the prerogative to do what it wishes, but
Mr. Bult’s Inc. could haul residential waste anywhere in Mobile
County at any place according to the interpretation of the law.
He said he spoke with Michael T. Murphy, General Counsel, Mobile
County Board of Health, this morning and they are scheduling a
meeting with Dr. Eichold II, this week or next week to discuss some
of those issues concerning Ms. Torbert’s problem. Mr. Ross said
based on his interpretation of the local act which has been around
for a very long time, it gives no legal act for the Commission to
deny Mr. Bult’s Inc. application as long as he meets the criteria.
     Commissioner Ludgood asked if Mr. Bult’s Inc. met the
criteria?

     Mr. Ross said according to Mr. Melton’s staff,
Mr. Bult’s Inc. has met the criteria and all of his trucks have
been inspected. He said there is no basis for the County
Commission to deny Mr. Bult’s Inc. application from a legal
perspective.

     President Hudson asked if they could contact the legislative
delegation’s office and request them to tweak the laws to give the
Commission similar authority over waste transfer stations as they
have over landfills.

     Mr. Ross said he would facilitate a meeting with the Mobile
County Board of Health, the Environmental Services Department’s
staff and Joe Ruffer, County Engineer. He said he would then
present to the Commission some recommendations, suggestions and
directions on how to move forward. Mr. Ross said Ms. Torbert’s
problem has raised some issues along with other issues on how the
County has been processing permits over the last twenty (20) years.
                           December 12, 2011

     President Hudson asked what would be the effects of the
administrative appeal response?

     Mr. Ross said if the Mobile County Health Department denied
issuance of the permit, the burden would be on the Alabama
Department of Public Health (ADPH) to take it to the next level
and make modifications; and on the other hand, if the Mobile County
Health Department allowed issuance of the permit, then it is up
to Ms. Torbert respectively and her attorney to file an appeal which
ultimately may end up in Circuit Court.

     President Hudson asked if it weighed on the Alabama Department
of Public Health (ADPH) to make a decision?

     Mr. Ross said yes and when he spoke with Representative David
Sessions a week ago, he was told an opinion or a decision had not
been published.

     Ms. Torbert said she would still like to have a meeting.

     Mr. Ross said he would be happy to facilitate a meeting with
Mr. Murphy, Dr. Eichold II and anyone else involved to discuss it
some more. He said he would organize a meeting and report back
to Ms. Torbert and the Commission.

     President Hudson asked Ms. Torbert was that acceptable?

     Ms. Torbert said she would check with her attorney on how she
should answer, but she would like for more people to be present
at the meeting.

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                                AGENDA #1

                            APPROVE MINUTES

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve the minutes of the regular meeting of
November 28, 2011.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                                AGENDA #2

                             APPROVE CLAIMS

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve payment of the following claims and
payrolls, and the signing of warrants by the President of the
Commission to accomplish this:
  CHECK DATE   CHECK #                 VENDOR               AMOUNT

     11/23/2011 00260986   AGRIUM ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES     2,200.00
     11/23/2011 00260987   ALABAMA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION   3,588.00
CHECK DATE   CHECK #            VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  11/23/2011   00260988   ALABAMA POWER CO                  18,235.71
  11/23/2011   00260989   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC    135,658.67
  11/23/2011   00260990   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC     37,133.34
  11/23/2011   00260991   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC     27,131.72
  11/23/2011   00260992   ANDREWS HARDWARE CO INC               33.85
  11/23/2011   00260993   APL SOFTWARE ENGINEERING          44,521.17
  11/23/2011   00260994   AUTOPART INTERNATIONAL INC            34.44
  11/23/2011   00260995   BARNETT, ALLEEN                      221.96
  11/23/2011   00260996   BIRMINGHAM NEWS, THE                 957.00
  11/23/2011   00260997   BLANKENSHIPS UNIVERSAL SUPPLY         19.18
  11/23/2011   00260998   BLOSSMAN GAS INC                       6.66
  11/23/2011   00260999   BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS     42,694.27
  11/23/2011   00261000   BOB BARKER CO INC                    590.95
  11/23/2011   00261001   C SPIRE WIRELESS                      87.90
  11/23/2011   00261002   CAMELLIA TROPHY SHOP                 272.20
  11/23/2011   00261003   CAMPBELL DUKE AND PRINE              750.00
  11/23/2011   00261004   CAMPER CITY                           30.00
  11/23/2011   00261005   CARQUEST AUTO PARTS                   52.24
  11/23/2011   00261006   CASH AND CARRY                       143.50
  11/23/2011   00261007   CENTRAL PARKING SYSTEM             1,375.00
  11/23/2011   00261008   CHAPMAN TRACTOR CO INC               197.60
  11/23/2011   00261009   CINTAS CORP L0C 211                  145.10
  11/23/2011   00261010   CLAIMS CONSULT SERVICE            49,994.15
  11/23/2011   00261011   COASTAL DOOR AND WINDOW INC           39.40
  11/23/2011   00261012   COASTAL FORD                         109.00
  11/23/2011   00261013   COMCAST CABLE                        170.00
  11/23/2011   00261014   COMMERCIAL AND COIN LAUNDRY EQ        84.93
  11/23/2011   00261015   COOKS PEST CONTROL                   410.00
  11/23/2011   00261016   COVINGTON AND SONS LLC               230.00
  11/23/2011   00261017   CRYSTAL ICE CO                       160.00
  11/23/2011   00261018   CUNNINGHAM LINDSEY GAB ROBINS     53,422.99
  11/23/2011   00261019   DEALERS CHOICE, THE                  130.00
  11/23/2011   00261020   DEES PAPER CO INC                  3,361.39
  11/23/2011   00261021   DEX IMAGING OF ALABAMA LLC           108.20
  11/23/2011   00261022   DIRT INC                              24.75
  11/23/2011   00261023   DISH NETWORK                          80.91
  11/23/2011   00261024   ELECTRONIC SUPPLY CO                 416.50
  11/23/2011   00261025   EMPIRE TRUCK SALES INC               314.40
  11/23/2011   00261026   EQUIPMENT SALES CO                   735.56
  11/23/2011   00261027   EVANS                                 26.40
  11/23/2011   00261028   FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP                  20.44
  11/23/2011   00261029   FILTERS FOR INDUSTRY INC              65.28
  11/23/2011   00261030   FIREHOUSE SALES AND SERVICE        1,072.50
  11/23/2011   00261031   FLEETPRIDE INC                       141.54
  11/23/2011   00261032   FRANK A DAGLEY AND ASSOC           6,864.09
  11/23/2011   00261033   GEORGE, PATRICIA                  53,000.00
  11/23/2011   00261034   GIBBS, ARNIESHA                       55.50
  11/23/2011   00261035   GILMERS FUNERAL SERVICE              600.00
  11/23/2011   00261036   GIVENS, CYNTHIA                       27.75
  11/23/2011   00261037   GOLDEN TOUCH COMMERCIAL CLEANI     3,500.00
  11/23/2011   00261038   GOODWYN MILLS AND CAWOOD INC       2,008.94
  11/23/2011   00261039   GRAINGER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY         1,715.83
  11/23/2011   00261040   GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC              296.70
  11/23/2011   00261041   GULF COAST OFFICE PRODUCTS INC     1,673.34
  11/23/2011   00261042   GWINS STATIONERY                   1,821.69
  11/23/2011   00261043   HARRIS CORPORATION                 1,939.98
CHECK DATE   CHECK #            VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  11/23/2011   00261044   HATCH MOTT MACDONALD               7,814.94
  11/23/2011   00261045   HILLMAN OIL INC                    1,507.79
  11/23/2011   00261046   HOME DEPOT, THE                      239.57
  11/23/2011   00261047   HURRICANE ELECTRONICS INC            221.50
  11/23/2011   00261048   IDA MOBILE CO ECONOMIC DEV FUN    81,395.16
  11/23/2011   00261049   INDIGENT CARE FUND               184,238.40
  11/23/2011   00261050   INDUSTRIAL MEDICAL CLINIC OF M       660.00
  11/23/2011   00261051   INEX CORP                            114.46
  11/23/2011   00261052   INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTION       550.00
  11/23/2011   00261053   INTERGRAPH CORP                    2,456.00
  11/23/2011   00261054   JAMECO ELECTRONICS                   230.20
  11/23/2011   00261055   JOHNSTONE SUPPLY                      22.05
  11/23/2011   00261056   K AND W SECURITY SERVICES LLC      1,088.00
  11/23/2011   00261057   KITTRELL AUTO GLASS                  499.96
  11/23/2011   00261058   KNOX PEST CONTROL                    132.00
  11/23/2011   00261059   LAB SAFETY SUPPLY INC                276.09
  11/23/2011   00261060   LADSCO INC                           416.00
  11/23/2011   00261061   LEVEL 3 COMMUNICATIONS LLC           860.42
  11/23/2011   00261062   LOGICAL COMPUTER SOLUTIONS         1,156.25
  11/23/2011   00261063   LOGISTA                               96.00
  11/23/2011   00261064   M AND M CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS       143.07
  11/23/2011   00261065   MACKINNON PAPER CO INC             7,100.00
  11/23/2011   00261066   MCCRORY AND WILLIAMS               7,086.84
  11/23/2011   00261067   MCDONALD MUFFLER                     211.16
  11/23/2011   00261068   MCGRIFF TIRE CO                      432.92
  11/23/2011   00261069   MCKINNEY PETROLEUM EQUIP           3,462.50
  11/23/2011   00261070   MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY CO               54.67
  11/23/2011   00261071   MERCHANTS FOOD SERVICE             2,975.41
  11/23/2011   00261072   MILLS DISTRIBUTORS                   125.94
  11/23/2011   00261073   MINNESOTA MINING AND MANUFACTU    19,470.00
  11/23/2011   00261074   MOBILE AREA WATER AND SEWER SY     5,619.68
  11/23/2011   00261075   MOBILE ASPHALT CO                 66,834.31
  11/23/2011   00261076   MOBILE ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLI       396.00
  11/23/2011   00261077   MOBILE CO FOSTER GRANDPARENT P    10,858.60
  11/23/2011   00261078   MOBILE CO HEALTH DEPT            102,180.16
  11/23/2011   00261079   MOBILE CO PERSONNEL BOARD        174,292.19
  11/23/2011   00261080   MOBILE JANITORIAL AND PAPER CO       127.42
  11/23/2011   00261081   MOBILE MECHANICAL SERVICE INC        618.33
  11/23/2011   00261082   MOBILE PRESS REGISTER, THE           772.65
  11/23/2011   00261083   MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER                393.70
  11/23/2011   00261084   MOTOR CARRIER CONSULTANTS INC        285.00
  11/23/2011   00261085   MOTOR CARRIER CONSULTANTS INC        405.00
  11/23/2011   00261086   MOTOR CARRIER CONSULTANTS INC        470.00
  11/23/2011   00261087   MURPHY, GEORGEANNA MAYO              660.00
  11/23/2011   00261088   NELSON, THOMAS E                      16.65
  11/23/2011   00261089   NEW LONDON TECHNOLOGY INC            884.00
  11/23/2011   00261090   NORDAN SMITH WELDING SUPPLIES        476.28
  11/23/2011   00261091   NUDRAULIX INC                        910.88
  11/23/2011   00261092   OEC BUSINESS SUPPLIES                 53.50
  11/23/2011   00261093   OFFICE DEPOT INC                   1,134.06
  11/23/2011   00261094   OLENSKY BROTHERS OFFICE PRODUC       561.34
  11/23/2011   00261095   OX BODIES INC                        278.70
  11/23/2011   00261096   PERSONAL TOUCH CLEANING SERVIC       250.00
  11/23/2011   00261097   PORT CITY TRAILERS                   101.00
  11/23/2011   00261098   PRECISION AUTO GLASS INC             228.00
  11/23/2011   00261099   PRESSURE WASHERS OF ALABAMA          154.31
CHECK DATE   CHECK #            VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  11/23/2011   00261100   QUALITY LOGO PRODUCTS                356.17
  11/23/2011   00261101   ROSTEN AND ASSOCIATES              2,689.31
  11/23/2011   00261102   RUBBER HOSE AND GASKET CO INC         33.44
  11/23/2011   00261103   S AND O ENTERPRISES                  120.00
  11/23/2011   00261104   S AND S SPRINKLER CO                 176.00
  11/23/2011   00261105   S AND S SUPPLIES                  15,544.02
  11/23/2011   00261106   SARALAND CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM        1,341.18
  11/23/2011   00261107   SHERIFFS UNIFORM ACCOUNT          35,077.00
  11/23/2011   00261108   SHERWIN WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE FI        75.29
  11/23/2011   00261109   SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO                   76.38
  11/23/2011   00261110   SOUTH ALABAMA UTILITIES              900.00
  11/23/2011   00261111   SOUTH ALABAMA UTILITIES              365.05
  11/23/2011   00261112   SOUTHERN SILAGE                      259.83
  11/23/2011   00261113   SPECTRONICS INC                      503.31
  11/23/2011   00261114   SPROT PRINTER RIBBONS LLC          2,515.69
  11/23/2011   00261115   STALLWORTH TRIM SHOP                 150.00
  11/23/2011   00261116   STAPLES BUSINESS ADVANTAGE           512.11
  11/23/2011   00261117   STATE VENDOR NO AGCY0100000          108.90
  11/23/2011   00261118   STRICKLAND PAPER CO INC            1,712.50
  11/23/2011   00261119   TECH DEPOT INC                     3,175.20
  11/23/2011   00261120   TESSCO INC                         1,325.39
  11/23/2011   00261121   TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO              89.80
  11/23/2011   00261122   TRAX TIRES INC                        16.20
  11/23/2011   00261123   UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA        3,753.27
  11/23/2011   00261124   UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA       54,263.45
  11/23/2011   00261125   US POSTMASTER                      2,830.50
  11/23/2011   00261126   USA MOBILITY WIRELESS INC             79.67
  11/23/2011   00261127   VERMEER ALABAMA INC                  123.24
  11/23/2011   00261128   WARD INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS OF A       434.86
  11/23/2011   00261129   WEAVER AND SONS INC, HOSEA O      14,444.46
  11/23/2011   00261130   WILSON DISMUKES INC                  143.74
  11/23/2011   00261131   XCEL TOWER CONTROLS                  154.00
  11/23/2011   00261132   YOUNGS TREE SERVICE LLC              850.00
  11/23/2011   00261133   YOUTH ADVOCATE PROGRAMS INC       34,295.60
  11/23/2011   00261134   ZERO WASTE USA INC                   110.00
  11/29/2011   00261136   B B AND T                         22,893.72
  12/2/2011    00261137   ACRA                                 180.00
  12/2/2011    00261138   AGRI AFC LLC                          49.00
  12/2/2011    00261139   AGRIUM ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES       1,175.00
  12/2/2011    00261140   AIR HYDRO POWER                       77.93
  12/2/2011    00261141   AIRGAS SOUTH                          98.33
  12/2/2011    00261142   AL DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAG       600.00
  12/2/2011    00261143   ALABAMA AUTO DISMANTLERS              65.00
  12/2/2011    00261144   ALABAMA POWER CO                 137,223.98
  12/2/2011    00261145   ALABAMA POWER CO                  24,481.27
  12/2/2011    00261146   ALLEN SOUTHERN ELECTRIC MOTOR         95.00
  12/2/2011    00261147   ANDREWS HARDWARE CO INC               41.36
  12/2/2011    00261148   ANTENNA PLUS                       3,323.00
  12/2/2011    00261149   APCO INTERNATIONAL                    92.00
  12/2/2011    00261150   APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIE       398.91
  12/2/2011    00261151   AT AND T LONG DISTANCE SERVICE     1,320.57
  12/2/2011    00261152   AUTOPART INTERNATIONAL INC           178.74
  12/2/2011    00261153   AUTOZONE AUTO PARTS                   27.99
  12/2/2011    00261154   BEARD EQUIPMENT CO                   793.42
  12/2/2011    00261155   BERNEY OFFICE SOLUTIONS            9,428.01
  12/2/2011    00261156   BLACKLIDGE EMULSIONS INC           2,590.50
CHECK DATE    CHECK #           VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  12/2/2011    00261157   BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST CO        2,480.00
  12/2/2011    00261158   BREEZE REPROGRAPHICS                 694.00
  12/2/2011    00261159   BRIGGS EQUIPMENT                     460.00
  12/2/2011    00261160   CARQUEST AUTO PARTS                  421.18
  12/2/2011    00261161   CDW GOVERNMENT INC                 2,688.04
  12/2/2011    00261162   CENTURYLINK                          524.09
  12/2/2011    00261163   CINTAS CORP L0C 211                   52.45
  12/2/2011    00261164   CINTAS CORP L0C 211                  152.08
  12/2/2011    00261165   CNA SURETY                         5,783.75
  12/2/2011    00261166   COASTAL FORD                          83.42
  12/2/2011    00261167   COMCAST CABLE                         79.90
  12/2/2011    00261168   CORIZON INC                      421,346.49
  12/2/2011    00261169   COWIN EQUIPMENT CO INC               336.46
  12/2/2011    00261170   CUSTOM DESIGNS                       120.00
  12/2/2011    00261171   DADE PAPER AND BAG CO                519.01
  12/2/2011    00261172   DAVIS MOTOR SUPPLY CO INC            119.00
  12/2/2011    00261173   DEES PAPER CO INC                  6,473.05
  12/2/2011    00261174   DELL INC                           2,389.76
  12/2/2011    00261175   DISH NETWORK                          81.54
  12/2/2011    00261176   DRIVEN ENGINEERING INC            11,880.00
  12/2/2011    00261177   DRUG TESTING PROGRAM MANAGEMEN     5,497.70
  12/2/2011    00261178   DUMAS WESLEY COMMUNITY CENTER        300.00
  12/2/2011    00261179   DYSON PLUMBING INC                   344.75
  12/2/2011    00261180   ELECTRONIC SUPPLY CO                 814.40
  12/2/2011    00261181   EMPIRE TRUCK SALES INC               226.42
  12/2/2011    00261182   FADALLAS AUTO AIR AND DETAIL         234.94
  12/2/2011    00261183   FASTENAL CO INDUSTRIAL AND CON         4.12
  12/2/2011    00261184   FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP                 194.08
  12/2/2011    00261185   FEIRMAN, CYNTHIA                     707.48
  12/2/2011    00261186   FERGUSON ENTERPRISES INC             370.88
  12/2/2011    00261187   FILTERS FOR INDUSTRY INC             312.00
  12/2/2011    00261188   FIREHOUSE SALES AND SERVICE          205.25
  12/2/2011    00261189   FLEETPRIDE INC                       687.20
  12/2/2011    00261190   FORSTRY SUPPLIER INC                  82.53
  12/2/2011    00261191   FRANK A DAGLEY AND ASSOC           9,949.07
  12/2/2011    00261192   FRANK TURNER CONSTRUCTION CO I   132,052.78
  12/2/2011    00261193   FRANKLINS STARTER AND ALTERNAT       274.13
  12/2/2011    00261194   GAUGE DOCTOR                         200.00
  12/2/2011    00261195   GENERAL FUND                      10,000.00
  12/2/2011    00261196   GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING TESTI     7,713.49
  12/2/2011    00261197   GLOBAL GOVT EDUCATION SOLUTION       549.99
  12/2/2011    00261198   GLOBALSTAR USA                       522.17
  12/2/2011    00261199   GMPCS PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS        144.85
  12/2/2011    00261200   GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC              178.29
  12/2/2011    00261201   GREATER MOBILE CHRYSLER PLYMOU       111.00
  12/2/2011    00261202   GULF CASTERS                         241.56
  12/2/2011    00261203   GULF CITY BODY AND TRAILER WOR     4,590.80
  12/2/2011    00261204   GULF HAULING AND CONST INC       178,554.94
  12/2/2011    00261205   GULF STATES ENGINEERING INC       10,647.48
  12/2/2011    00261206   GWINS STATIONERY                     174.39
  12/2/2011    00261207   HAGAN FENCE CO                       900.00
  12/2/2011    00261208   HANOVER TECHNICAL SALES INC           89.95
  12/2/2011    00261209   HANSON PIPE AND PRECAST INC        3,218.84
  12/2/2011    00261210   HARBOR FREIGHT TOOLS USA INC          15.99
  12/2/2011    00261211   HARDY INSURANCE CO                   500.00
  12/2/2011    00261212   HARRIS CORPORATION                   902.60
CHECK DATE    CHECK #           VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  12/2/2011    00261213   HD SUPPLY FACILITIES MAINTENAN        14.87
  12/2/2011    00261214   HILLER SYSTEMS INC                   219.72
  12/2/2011    00261215   HILLMAN OIL INC                   14,410.97
  12/2/2011    00261216   HOBART SERVICE                       138.34
  12/2/2011    00261217   HOME DEPOT, THE                      985.30
  12/2/2011    00261218   HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC        1,492.00
  12/2/2011    00261219   HOWARD TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS          407.00
  12/2/2011    00261220   HURRICANE ELECTRONICS INC          1,286.38
  12/2/2011    00261221   HYDRAULIC REPAIR SVC                 585.00
  12/2/2011    00261222   ICS COMMUNICATIONS                   799.95
  12/2/2011    00261223   IDEAL TRUCK SERVICE INC              396.24
  12/2/2011    00261224   INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SOLUTION       270.00
  12/2/2011    00261225   INTERGRAPH SERVICES CO             3,118.50
  12/2/2011    00261226   JAMES R PAYNE INC                111,629.17
  12/2/2011    00261227   JGBAG INC                            200.00
  12/2/2011    00261228   JOHN G WALTON CONSTRUCTION CO     94,227.68
  12/2/2011    00261229   JOHNSTONE SUPPLY                      12.20
  12/2/2011    00261230   KIPLINGER TAX LETTER THE              49.00
  12/2/2011    00261231   LONG LEWIS HARDWARE INC              618.77
  12/2/2011    00261232   M AND A STAMP CO                      31.50
  12/2/2011    00261233   M AND A STAMP CO                     171.75
  12/2/2011    00261234   MCGRIFF TIRE CO                    6,932.15
  12/2/2011    00261235   MIGHTY AUTO PARTS                    188.88
  12/2/2011    00261236   MOBILE ALABAMA BOWL INC           75,000.00
  12/2/2011    00261237   MOBILE AREA ASSN OF REALTORS         320.00
  12/2/2011    00261238   MOBILE ASPHALT CO                 49,285.34
  12/2/2011    00261239   MOBILE CONVENTION AND VISITORS    28,000.00
  12/2/2011    00261240   MOBILE PRESS REGISTER, THE            21.01
  12/2/2011    00261241   MOCO200 MUSEUM OF MOBILE           6,000.00
  12/2/2011    00261242   MOORE MEDICAL LLC                    787.85
  12/2/2011    00261243   NORDAN SMITH WELDING SUPPLIES        271.84
  12/2/2011    00261244   O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC        19.59
  12/2/2011    00261245   OASIS TINTING AND GRAPHICS           195.00
  12/2/2011    00261246   OFFICE DEPOT INC                   1,763.72
  12/2/2011    00261247   OLENSKY BROTHERS OFFICE PRODUC     1,150.69
  12/2/2011    00261248   PEARSON ASSESSMENTS INC              177.02
  12/2/2011    00261249   POLLARD, DENA                          7.77
  12/2/2011    00261250   PORT CITY TRAILERS                    26.95
  12/2/2011    00261251   PROBATE COURT                         60.00
  12/2/2011    00261252   QUALITY ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS        254.80
  12/2/2011    00261253   RADIATORS INC                        219.00
  12/2/2011    00261254   RADIO SHACK                            9.57
  12/2/2011    00261255   RADNEY FUNERAL HOME INC              621.00
  12/2/2011    00261256   REHM ANIMAL CLINIC                   393.94
  12/2/2011    00261257   RLB HAULING                          375.10
  12/2/2011    00261258   ROWE SURVEYING CO                 11,754.21
  12/2/2011    00261259   RUSSELL THOMPSON BUTLER AND HO     4,000.00
  12/2/2011    00261260   S AND O ENTERPRISES                  630.00
  12/2/2011    00261261   S AND S SPRINKLER CO LLC             200.00
  12/2/2011    00261262   S AND S SPRINKLER CO               1,863.92
  12/2/2011    00261263   S AND S SUPPLIES                   8,553.42
  12/2/2011    00261264   S J AND L INC                      5,299.50
  12/2/2011    00261265   SARALAND LAWN AND GARDEN              72.13
  12/2/2011    00261266   SEAN LA MONT                       1,364.86
  12/2/2011    00261267   SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM OF MO    11,173.10
  12/2/2011    00261268   SEQUEL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO LL       262.69
CHECK DATE    CHECK #           VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  12/2/2011    00261269   SERENITY GROUP                     1,800.00
  12/2/2011    00261270   SHERWIN WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE FI        30.79
  12/2/2011    00261271   SIMPLEXGRINNELL LP                 1,055.41
  12/2/2011    00261273   SOUTH ALABAMA SPAY AND NEUTER      6,190.00
  12/2/2011    00261274   SOUTH ALABAMA UTILITIES            1,333.74
  12/2/2011    00261275   SOUTHERN DISTRIBUTORS                224.69
  12/2/2011    00261276   SPEAKS AND ASSOC CONSULTING EN     9,032.16
  12/2/2011    00261277   STUART C IRBY CO                     186.65
  12/2/2011    00261278   SYSCO FOOD SERVICES GULF COAST     2,286.57
  12/2/2011    00261279   T S WALL AND SONS                     30.00
  12/2/2011    00261280   THAMES BATRE MATTEI BEVILLE AN     1,200.00
  12/2/2011    00261281   THOMPSON ENGINEERING              15,577.53
  12/2/2011    00261282   THOMSON                              166.25
  12/2/2011    00261283   TOOMEY EQUIPMENT CO INC              409.93
  12/2/2011    00261284   TRAX TIRES INC                        97.19
  12/2/2011    00261285   TREADWELL FORD                       247.94
  12/2/2011    00261286   TRUCK PRO INC                          6.45
  12/2/2011    00261287   UNIVERSAL GLASS CO INC             4,698.00
  12/2/2011    00261288   VAN SCOYOC ASSOCIATES              5,011.83
  12/2/2011    00261289   VULCAN MATERIALS CO               40,830.59
  12/2/2011    00261290   WARD INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS OF A       373.84
  12/2/2011    00261291   WATER AND SEWER BOARD OF PRICH     1,733.57
  12/2/2011    00261292   WEAR, KENNETH W                      525.00
  12/2/2011    00261293   WESCO GAS AND WELDING SUPPLY I        11.42
  12/2/2011    00261294   ZEP SALES AND SERVICE                268.83
  12/6/2011    00261295   A AND M PORTABLES INC                150.00
  12/6/2011    00261296   A T AND T MOBILITY                 5,780.22
  12/6/2011    00261297   ABL MANAGEMENT INC                28,254.01
  12/6/2011    00261298   ACROPRINT TIME RECORDER               46.88
  12/6/2011    00261299   AIRGAS SOUTH                          63.75
  12/6/2011    00261300   AL DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAG       360.00
  12/6/2011    00261301   ALABAMA DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION     1,400.00
  12/6/2011    00261302   ALEXANDER HARDWARE                   149.43
  12/6/2011    00261303   ALL AMERICAN FAUCET PARTS INC         94.50
  12/6/2011    00261304   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC     69,097.73
  12/6/2011    00261305   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC     19,264.86
  12/6/2011    00261306   ALTAPOINTE HEALTH SYSTEMS INC     13,819.55
  12/6/2011    00261307   AMERICAN FOODS INC                 1,086.00
  12/6/2011    00261308   APOSTC LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY        60.00
  12/6/2011    00261309   APPLIED INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIE     2,834.00
  12/6/2011    00261310   ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT           933.30
  12/6/2011    00261311   ASFPM                                330.00
  12/6/2011    00261312   AUBURN UNIVERSITY                    640.00
  12/6/2011    00261313   B AND B MACHINE AND SUPPLY           719.56
  12/6/2011    00261314   BAYOU CONCRETE CO INC                321.65
  12/6/2011    00261315   BAYOU FASTENERS AND SUPPLY INC       157.61
  12/6/2011    00261316   BAYSIDE RUBBER AND PRODUCTS IN       642.09
  12/6/2011    00261317   BEARD EQUIPMENT CO                   816.01
  12/6/2011    00261318   BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS    562,895.53
  12/6/2011    00261319   BORDEN                             1,449.05
  12/6/2011    00261320   BROWN AND KEAHEY                     110.00
  12/6/2011    00261321   BUTCH POWELL ENTERPRISES INC          27.25
  12/6/2011    00261322   CALL NEWS                             96.00
  12/6/2011    00261323   CALLIS COMMUNICATIONS              1,199.40
  12/6/2011    00261324   CAMPER CITY                          880.00
  12/6/2011    00261325   CAPITAL TRAILER AND EQUIPMENT          7.02
CHECK DATE    CHECK #           VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  12/6/2011    00261326   CARQUEST AUTO PARTS                  77.82
  12/6/2011    00261327   CHILLYS LLC                         135.60
  12/6/2011    00261328   CINTAS CORP L0C 211                  70.50
  12/6/2011    00261330   CINTAS CORP L0C 211               7,620.78
  12/6/2011    00261331   CITY OF MOBILE                      792.12
  12/6/2011    00261332   CITY OF MOBILE                    2,144.13
  12/6/2011    00261333   CLEARWATER SOLUTIONS LLC          8,722.31
  12/6/2011    00261334   CLOWER ELECTRIC SUPPLY            1,582.16
  12/6/2011    00261335   CLUTCH AND POWERTRAIN               298.95
  12/6/2011    00261336   COAST SAFE AND LOCK                  45.00
  12/6/2011    00261337   COMCAST CABLE                        89.95
  12/6/2011    00261338   CUMMINS MID SOUTH LLC                78.98
  12/6/2011    00261339   CWS GROUP INC                     2,520.00
  12/6/2011    00261340   DAUPHIN ISLAND CANVAS AND UPHO      127.37
  12/6/2011    00261341   DEES PAPER CO INC                 4,017.59
  12/6/2011    00261342   DELL INC                            879.92
  12/6/2011    00261343   DRIVEN ENGINEERING INC              612.58
  12/6/2011    00261344   ENVIROCHEM INC                    1,162.50
  12/6/2011    00261345   EVERYDAY IT INC                  17,546.67
  12/6/2011    00261346   FASTENAL CO INDUSTRIAL AND CON      623.67
  12/6/2011    00261347   FEDERAL EXPRESS CORP                169.21
  12/6/2011    00261348   FM SYSTEMS INC                    1,610.52
  12/6/2011    00261349   GENERAL FUND                     26,865.86
  12/6/2011    00261350   GOODWYN MILLS AND CAWOOD INC     11,058.40
  12/6/2011    00261351   GRAYBAR ELECTRIC CO INC          32,462.43
  12/6/2011    00261352   GULF COAST OFFICE PRODUCTS INC      224.10
  12/6/2011    00261353   HILLMAN OIL INC                   6,470.55
  12/6/2011    00261354   HYDRAULIC REPAIR SVC                 38.00
  12/6/2011    00261355   IDA MOBILE CO ECONOMIC DEV FUN   41,458.62
  12/6/2011    00261356   IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS INC        18,868.85
  12/6/2011    00261357   IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS             4,694.00
  12/6/2011    00261358   INDEPENDENT STATIONERS              135.30
  12/6/2011    00261359   INLINE ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO OF G      664.17
  12/6/2011    00261360   INTEGRA WATER LLC                 5,854.05
  12/6/2011    00261361   J PRINT LLC                       2,481.52
  12/6/2011    00261362   JBT POWER                           387.46
  12/6/2011    00261363   JOHN M WARREN INC                   200.08
  12/6/2011    00261364   JOHNSON CONTROLS INC              7,445.69
  12/6/2011    00261365   JOHNSTONE SUPPLY                    105.75
  12/6/2011    00261366   JONES MCLEOD INC                    345.30
  12/6/2011    00261367   K AND W SECURITY SERVICES LLC     1,264.00
  12/6/2011    00261368   KEEP MOBILE BEAUTIFUL               972.75
  12/6/2011    00261369   KENWORTH OF MOBILE INC              112.00
  12/6/2011    00261370   KITTRELL AUTO GLASS               1,257.53
  12/6/2011    00261371   M AND A STAMP CO                    130.00
  12/6/2011    00261372   MACKINNON PAPER CO INC              403.20
  12/6/2011    00261373   MANHOLES INC                      1,072.00
  12/6/2011    00261374   MCCRORY AND WILLIAMS              7,958.24
  12/6/2011    00261375   MCGRIFF TIRE CO                   2,861.92
  12/6/2011    00261376   MCKEAN AND COMPANY INC              117.70
  12/6/2011    00261377   MCMASTER CARR SUPPLY CO              15.60
  12/6/2011    00261378   MOBILE AREA WATER AND SEWER SY   31,140.57
  12/6/2011    00261379   MOBILE ASPHALT CO                   168.55
  12/6/2011    00261380   MOBILE ASSOCIATION FOR THE BLI    1,030.80
  12/6/2011    00261381   MOBILE BEACON                       175.20
  12/6/2011    00261382   MOBILE BOTANICAL GARDENS          1,000.00
CHECK DATE    CHECK #           VENDOR                     AMOUNT

  12/6/2011    00261383   MOBILE CO FOSTER GRANDPARENT P    9,239.90
  12/6/2011    00261384   MOBILE CO SOIL WATER CONSERV D    2,042.75
  12/6/2011    00261385   MOBILE FIXTURE AND EQUIPMENT I      200.38
  12/6/2011    00261386   MOBILE GAS SERVICE CORP           2,873.43
  12/6/2011    00261387   NISSI FLORIST AND GIFTS           1,975.00
  12/6/2011    00261388   NORDAN SMITH WELDING SUPPLIES       263.50
  12/6/2011    00261389   NUDRAULIX INC                       244.66
  12/6/2011    00261390   O REILLY AUTOMOTIVE STORES INC      588.96
  12/6/2011    00261391   OFFICE DEPOT INC                    309.77
  12/6/2011    00261392   OX BODIES INC                       513.68
  12/6/2011    00261393   PELLERIN LAUNDRY MACHINERY SAL       97.86
  12/6/2011    00261394   PG WELLS ENTERPRISES INC         25,582.85
  12/6/2011    00261395   PITNEY BOWES CREDIT CORP         30,000.00
  12/6/2011    00261396   PRECISION AUTO GLASS INC             62.50
  12/6/2011    00261397   PRINTING PLUS                       200.00
  12/6/2011    00261398   PRO CHEM INC                        376.56
  12/6/2011    00261399   PRO LEGAL COPIES                     24.70
  12/6/2011    00261400   PROVANTAGE                          170.19
  12/6/2011    00261401   QUALITY ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTORS       800.37
  12/6/2011    00261402   RAINWATER RADIATORS INC             173.00
  12/6/2011    00261403   RICHARD E BAXTER AND ASSOCIATE    5,812.50
  12/6/2011    00261404   ROBBINS COLLISION PARTS             592.35
  12/6/2011    00261405   ROCKWELL, STEVEN C                  100.00
  12/6/2011    00261406   RUBBER AND SPECIALTIES               22.22
  12/6/2011    00261407   S AND O ENTERPRISES                  30.00
  12/6/2011    00261408   S AND S SUPPLIES                  3,036.58
  12/6/2011    00261409   SABEL STEEL SERVICE                 370.84
  12/6/2011    00261410   SARALAND CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM      15,860.76
  12/6/2011    00261411   SATSUMA WATER AND SEWER           1,275.00
  12/6/2011    00261412   SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAM OF MO    9,490.47
  12/6/2011    00261413   SHERWIN WILLIAMS AUTOMOTIVE FI       95.00
  12/6/2011    00261414   SOUTHDATA                         8,573.40
  12/6/2011    00261415   SOUTHERN LINC                       108.60
  12/6/2011    00261416   SPEAKS AND ASSOC CONSULTING EN   30,343.38
  12/6/2011    00261417   SPECTRONICS INC                   1,677.00
  12/6/2011    00261418   SPROT PRINTER RIBBONS LLC           569.00
  12/6/2011    00261419   STANLEY SECURITY SOLUTIONS           57.56
  12/6/2011    00261420   STRACHAN SERVICES INC                99.95
  12/6/2011    00261421   STRICKLAND PAPER CO INC           1,507.00
  12/6/2011    00261422   STROMSTOD LLC                     1,165.00
  12/6/2011    00261423   TESSCO INC                           15.34
  12/6/2011    00261424   TEST CALIBRATION CO INC             845.06
  12/6/2011    00261425   THOMPSON ENGINEERING              8,439.76
  12/6/2011    00261426   THREADED FASTENER INC               140.00
  12/6/2011    00261427   THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP          700.00
  12/6/2011    00261428   TRACTOR AND EQUIPMENT CO             40.52
  12/6/2011    00261429   TRAX TIRES INC                       21.60
  12/6/2011    00261430   TREADWELL FORD                       36.76
  12/6/2011    00261431   TURNER SUPPLY CO                     36.36
  12/6/2011    00261432   TWIN CITY SECURITY LLC           59,957.85
  12/6/2011    00261433   UNITED PARCEL SERVICE               193.98
  12/6/2011    00261434   UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA       3,422.67
  12/6/2011    00261435   UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA      27,639.08
  12/6/2011    00261436   US POSTAL SERVICE                   380.00
  12/6/2011    00261437   VERMEER ALABAMA INC                 136.05
  12/6/2011    00261438   WARD INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS OF A    1,866.67
  CHECK DATE     CHECK #              VENDOR                           AMOUNT

     12/6/2011    00261439   WASTE SERVICES LLC                          1,417.50
     12/6/2011    00261440   ZEP SALES AND SERVICE                         482.10

                  Total Claims Paid for General Invoices             $ 4,184,638.92

     11/29/2011   00001917   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT            28,106.47
     12/1/2011    00003843   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT           437,052.62
     12/2/2011    00003844   MOBILE   CO   FEDERAL   TAX ACCOUNT        31,455.68
     12/1/2011    00003970   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT             2,680.60
     12/2/2011    00003971   MOBILE   CO   FEDERAL   TAX ACCOUNT           190.01
     12/1/2011    00005351   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT            98,516.72
     12/2/2011    00005352   MOBILE   CO   FEDERAL   TAX ACCOUNT         7,327.01
     11/29/2011   00081000   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT           400,094.47
     12/1/2011    00081003   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT         1,647,074.91
     12/2/2011    00081004   MOBILE   CO   FEDERAL   TAX ACCOUNT       120,210.01
     12/5/2011    00081006   MOBILE   CO   PAYROLL   ACCOUNT             2,237.50
     12/6/2011    00081007   MOBILE   CO   FEDERAL   TAX ACCOUNT           171.17

                  Total Claims Paid for Treasury Division            $ 2,775,117.17

                             Total Claims Paid                     $ 6,959,756.09

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________




                                  AGENDA #3

              ADOPT RESOLUTION AND ORDER APPROVING
          ISSUANCE AND SALE OF TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATION/
     (HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF SOUTHWEST ALABAMA PROJECT)/
       INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF MOBILE COUNTY

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

          RESOLUTION AND ORDER APPROVING THE ISSUANCE
            AND SALE OF $1,775,000 MAXIMUM PRINCIPAL
           AMOUNT TAX-EXEMPT OBLIGATION (HABITAT FOR
        HUMANITY OF SOUTHWEST ALABAMA. PROJECT) OF THE
    INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF MOBILE COUNTY FOR
 THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 147(F) OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

     BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED BY THE MOBILE COUNTY COMMISSION
as follows:

     1.    (a) The Industrial Development Authority of Mobile
County (the “Issuer”), a public corporation under Section 11-92A-1
et seq. of the Code of Alabama 1975 (the “Enabling Law”), proposes
to issue a tax-exempt obligation (the “Obligation”) in the maximum
                        December 12, 2011

amount of $1,775,000 pursuant to the authority and provisions of
the Enabling Law to finance, or refinance debt previously incurred
to finance, the acquisition and equipping and installation of an
approximate 62,000 square foot administrative, training, meeting,
warehouse and retail facility located at 3712 Airport Boulevard,
Mobile, Alabama (being the former
Rooms-To-Go retail property), in the City of Mobile, Mobile County,
Alabama (the “Project”) for use by Habitat for Humanity of
Southwest Alabama, an Alabama nonprofit corporation (the “User”).

     (b) The terms of the Obligation provide that the Obligation
does not and shall never constitute an indebtedness, pecuniary
liability or charge against the general credit or taxing power of
Mobile County, the State of Alabama or any other political
subdivision of the State of Alabama, within the meaning of any
constitutional provision or statutory limitation whatsoever.

     (c) The User will own and use the Project for the operation
of its nonprofit mission. The User will pay such amounts at such
times for the account of Issuer as shall be sufficient to pay when
due the principal and interest on the Obligation.

     2.   A public hearing concerning the proposed issuance of the
Obligation to finance the Project was held at the office of counsel
for the Issuer (law office of Marr & Friedlander) located at 740
Museum Drive, in the City of Mobile, Alabama, at noon on November
28, 2011. Public notice of said hearing was duly given by
publication in the Mobile Press-Register on November 14, 2011.

     3.    On behalf of Mobile County, Alabama, the Mobile County
Commission does hereby consent to the acquisition and financing
of the Project by the Issuer and to the location and nature of the
Project, and does hereby approve the issuance of the Obligation
to finance the Project, all in accordance with the foregoing
proposals of the Issuer.

     4.   This Resolution and Order may be relied upon by the
Issuer and the User and by bond counsel for the Issuer (Presley
Burton & Collier, LLC) in the delivery of opinions thereby with
respect to the exemption of interest on the Obligation from the
gross income of the owners thereof for purposes of federal income
taxation.

     5.   This Resolution and Order shall be effective immediately
upon its passage.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #4

             ACCEPT GRANT AWARD/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF
               HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD)/
              EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANT (ESG) PROGRAM

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board accept a grant award from the U. S. Department of
                        December 12, 2011

Housing and Urban Development (HUD), for the Emergency Shelter
Grant (ESG) Program in the amount of $85,651.00 with a 100% in-kind
or cash match, and authorize the President of the Commission to
execute all documents associated with this award.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #5

              APPROVE AGREEMENT/GOOGLE, INC./CLOUD
             SHERPAS CONTRACT/SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve an agreement with Google, Inc. for e-mail
processing services in connection with Cloud Sherpas contract for
the Sheriff’s Department, for a one year term in the amount of
$15,150.00, and authorize the President of the Commission to
execute the agreement on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #6

              APPROVE CDP-215-11/CONTRACT/AMERICAN
                 CANCER SOCIETY/DISTRICT 2 FUNDS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve CDP-215-11, contract with the American
Cancer Society in the amount of $500.00, from District 2 funds,
for patients transportation program, and authorize the President
of the Commission to execute the contract on behalf of Mobile
County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #7

              APPROVE CDP-205-12/CONTRACT/FRIENDS
                OF SEMMES, INC./DISTRICT 2 FUNDS

     President Hudson moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean, that
the Board approve CDP-205-12, contract with Friends of Semmes, Inc.
in the amount of $500.00, from District 2 funds, for the Annual
Azalea Festival, and authorize the President of the Commission to
execute the contract on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                        December 12, 2011

                             AGENDA #8

           ADOPT RESOLUTION APPROVING REQUEST/PUBLIC
          WORKS DEPARTMENT/REMOVE VEHICLES FROM FIXED
           ASSETS INVENTORY LIST, DECLARE AS SURPLUS
       PROPERTY, AND AUTHORIZE DISPOSAL BY LAWFUL MEANS

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission has control of all
property belonging to the county and is authorized by state law
to dispose of the same by order entered upon its minutes; and

     WHEREAS, there is presently located in the Public Works
Department certain property of the County, to wit: the various
vehicles shown on the one-page list attached as *Exhibit A, which
are no longer working, in poor condition, and/or no longer needed;




     NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Mobile County Commission
that the vehicles shown on the list attached as Exhibit A be, and
they are hereby, declared SURPLUS and, where applicable, removed
from the fixed asset inventory list, to be disposed of by lawful
means. It is further DIRECTED that a copy of this resolution be
entered upon the minutes of the regular meeting of the Mobile County
Commission convened on this 12th day of December, 2011.

        *Exhibit “A” on file in Administrator’s Office

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                             AGENDA #9

              APPROVE RENEWAL/SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE
                  CONTRACT/NETMOTION WIRELESS/
                    ANIMAL CONTROL DEPARTMENT

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve renewal of a software maintenance *contract
with NetMotion Wireless for the period December 29, 2011 through
December 28, 2012, in the amount of $1,723.45 for the Animal Control
Department. (*Invoice only)

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #10

                 APPROVE SUB-RECIPIENT AGREEMENT/
                COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
                   (CDBG) FUNDS/CITY OF SATSUMA
                        December 12, 2011


     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve a sub-recipient agreement to provide up to
$200,000.00 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds to the
City of Satsuma, for the installation of waterlines, and authorize
the President of the Commission to execute the agreement on behalf
of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                           AGENDA #11

       APPROVE AGREEMENTS/OVERTIME GRANT FUNDS/SELECTIVE
  TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM (STEP)/SUBGRANT #12-SP-PT-008/
  BAY AREA SELECTIVE TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM (B.A.S.E.)/
  ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS - LAW
      ENFORCEMENT AND TRAFFIC SAFETY DIVISION (ADECA/LETS)

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve agreements for overtime grant funds, for
the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP), Subgrant
#12-SP-PT-008, in conjunction with the Bay Area Selective Traffic
Enforcement Program (B.A.S.E.), through the Alabama Department of
Economic and Community
Affairs - Law Enforcement and Traffic Safety Division
(ADECA/LETS), as follows:

agreement with the City of Daphne for overtime grant funds, for
the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP), Subgrant
#12-SP-PT-008, in conjunction with the Bay Area Selective Traffic
Enforcement Program (B.A.S.E.), through the Alabama Department of
Economic and Community
Affairs - Law Enforcement and Traffic Safety Division
(ADECA/LETS), not to exceed $3,500.00 for the term October 1, 2011
through March 31, 2012, and authorize the President of the
Commission to execute the agreement on behalf of Mobile County.

agreement with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office for overtime
grant funds, for the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP),
Subgrant #12-SP-PT-008, in conjunction with the Bay Area Selective
Traffic Enforcement Program (B.A.S.E.), through the Alabama
Department of Economic and Community Affairs - Law Enforcement and
Traffic Safety Division (ADECA/LETS), not to exceed $1,500.00 for
the term October 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012, and authorize the
President of the Commission to execute the agreement on behalf of
Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                        December 12, 2011



                            AGENDA #12

              ADOPT RESOLUTION SUPPORTING RESOURCES
             AND ECOSYSTEMS SUSTAINABILITY, TOURIST
               OPPORTUNITIES AND REVIVED ECONOMIES/
                   GULF COAST STATES ACT OF 2011

     President Hudson said the main difference of the House of
Representatives’ version is that it offers more flexibility to
local government for the decision making on how the RESTORE Act
Clean Water money is spent.



     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission heretofore adopted a
resolution supporting the proposed RESTORE the Gulf Coast Act,
which relates to the use of fines imposed against British Petroleum
(BP) pursuant to the Clean Water Act as a result of the April, 2010
Deepwater Horizon oil spill, under consideration by the U. S.
Senate; and

     WHEREAS, the U.S. House of Representatives is considering a
separate version of the RESTORE the Gulf Coast Act, known as H.R.
3096; and

     WHEREAS, RESTORE the Gulf Coast Act bills pending in both
chambers provide for dedication of 80% of BP fines to restoration
of the Gulf Coast ecosystem and the economies of Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas; and

     WHEREAS, H. R. 3096 would limit the authority of the federal
government to dictate how BP fines are spent and would provide local
governments greater input as to their use, and more flexibility
to apply such funds to economic development rather than
environmental projects; and

     WHEREAS, H.R. 3096 would accelerate the recovery of coastal
communities by allowing local governments to direct Clean Water
Act funds to areas most critically impacted by the April, 2010
Deepwater Horizon oil spill;

     NOW, THEREFORE, considering the premises, the Mobile County
Commission hereby endorses H.R. 3096 and urges its adoption by the
United States Congress.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #13

               ADOPT RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING COUNTY
             ATTORNEY TO REQUEST ATTORNEY GENERAL’S
                        December 12, 2011

        OPINION/APPLICATION OF SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS
         AND COMMERCIAL SITE PLAN REQUIREMENTS WITHIN
             INDUSTRIAL PARKS WITHIN MOBILE COUNTY

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission heretofore entered an
agreement with ThyssenKrupp Steel and Stainless USA, LLC on or
about May 14, 2007; and

     WHEREAS, under the terms of the agreement, the County agreed
to designate “the portion of the project site located in Mobile
County as an industrial park pursuant to Section 11-23-1, et seq.,
of the Code of Alabama 1975” (page 16 of said contract).
Furthermore, the terms of the agreement stated that the County
agreed that no zoning laws would be imposed upon the project site.
The County also waived building permits; and

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission, pursuant to Alabama
Code Section 11-23-1, et seq., Alabama Code (1975) is required to
monitor the usage of subdivided land within industrial parks; and

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission desires to follow the
law as required in the Code of the Alabama (1975) and any past
attorney general opinions, but does not want to breach any term
of any contract of the aforementioned contract.

     NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Mobile County
Commission desires to and hereby authorizes the County Attorney
to request Attorney General’s opinion regarding the aforesaid
issue and any subsequent legal issues that arise from said
conflicts.

May 10, 2012



The Honorable Luther Strange
State of Alabama Attorney General
Post Office Box 300152
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-0152

RE: Request for Attorney General’s Opinion from Mobile County
Commission

Dear Attorney General Strange:

     In November 2007, ThyssenKrupp Steel and Stainless USA, LLC
(TK) and other governmental entities entered into an economic
development agreement for the construction of a steel plant located
in an unincorporated area of Mobile County. In and by the terms
of the contract, Mobile County agreed to designate a site as an
industrial park; agreed that it would impose no zoning regulations
on the site; and further agreed to waive fees for certain building
construction and building completion permits.

     The industrial park is larger than the plant and related
development constructed by TK. Other business ventures wish to
                        December 12, 2011

locate within the park. Questions have arisen as to the
applicability of the County’s subdivision regulations and a waiver
of permit fees for entities not directly a party to the TK contract.




     Industrial parks are governed by §11-23-1 et seq. Code of
Alabama, as amended. Specifically, §11-23-4 requires that all
facilities located therein be “industrial in character or
reasonably related thereto” and further provides that “no
construction or installation permit shall be required.”
Subsection 11-23-6 enumerates certain services “usually provided
by county or local government” to be provided industries located
in the industrial park, including sewer, sewage, water service,
and garbage collection, but not including regulations of
subdivisions of land. Finally, §11-23-8 provides that, in
pertinent part, as follows: “When an industrial park has been
created, such action shall not limit or diminish the rights and
responsibilities of the county commission concerning the
industrial park.”

     We have researched the law and note that Attorney General
Opinion No. 2010-104 concluded that a county commission should
monitor the industrial park to ensure use of the property therein
for industrial purposes but does not specifically address the
applicability of subdivision regulations or the issue of building
permit fees. Accordingly, the Mobile County Commission poses the
following questions for your consideration:

     1.   Is a county commission authorized to apply subdivision
regulations within an industrial park?

     2.   Is a county commission authorized to monitor the use of
real property within the industrial park through application of
subdivision regulations and, if not, in what manner should such
usage be monitored?

     3.   May a county commission impose and collect building
permits from entities located in the industrial park, which are
not party to the TK contract?
                       December 12, 2011




     *Enclosed please find 1) the pertinent section of the TK
contract, 2) a copy of the Mobile County Subdivision Regulations,
3) resolution of the Mobile County Commission authorizing this
request. Please inform me of any further information and
documentation that may be needed or helpful for the analysis of
these queries.

     As always, the Commission appreciates the efforts of your
office.

                    Respectfully submitted,


                    /s/ Jay M. Ross
                    JAY M. ROSS
                    Mobile County Attorney

JMR/ldb
Enclosures

     *Enclosures on file in County Administrator’s Office

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                           AGENDA #14

               AUTHORIZE ADVERTISEMENT OF BIDS/
                  105 “E-POLL BOOKS”/PROBATE
               COURT ELECTION CENTER/HAVA FUNDS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board authorize advertisement of bids for 105 “E-Poll
Books” for Probate Court Election Center. County to be reimbursed
100% from the Secretary of State’s HAVA funds.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________
                        December 12, 2011




                            AGENDA #15

                   APPROVE RENEWAL/MAINTENANCE
                    AGREEMENT/IKON/COMMISSION

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve renewal of a maintenance agreement with
IKON, for the period November 20, 2011 through November 19, 2012,
in the amount of $10,040.00, for the Commission, and authorize the
President of the Commission to execute the agreement on behalf of
Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #16

          APPROVE GRANT SUBSIDY AGREEMENT/DEPARTMENT
      OF YOUTH SERVICES (DYS)/MOBILE COUNTY TRANSITIONS
   CONTINUING CARE PROGRAM/JAMES T. STRICKLAND YOUTH CENTER

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve a grant subsidy agreement with the
Department of Youth Services (DYS) and accept award from the
Department of Youth Services (DYS) in the amount of $1,026,000.00,
for the Mobile County Transitions Continuing Care Program on behalf
of the James T. Strickland Youth Center, for the period October
1, 2011 through September 30, 2012, and authorize the President
of the Commission to execute the agreement on behalf of Mobile
County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #17

             ACCEPT SUBGRANT AWARD/ALABAMA DEPARTMENT
         OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY AFFAIRS (ADECA)/YOUTH
 ADVOCATE PROGRAMS (YAP)/JAMES T. STRICKLAND YOUTH CENTER
     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board accept subgrant award from the Alabama Department
of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) for the Youth Advocate
Programs (YAP) on behalf of the James T. Strickland Youth Center
in the amount of $48,913.00, for the period October 1, 2011 through
September 30, 2012.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________
                        December 12, 2011



                           AGENDA #18

            AUTHORIZE REQUEST/LICENSE COMMISSIONER/
          REPLACE AND PURCHASE COPIERS/STATE BID LIST

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board authorize the request of the License Commissioner
to replace eleven (11) copiers whose contracts have expired,
purchase eleven (11) new copiers from the State Bid list, and
request an additional copier for the Eight Mile and Theodore
offices.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #19

             APPROVE ENROLLMENT/E-VERIFY EMPLOYMENT
       VERIFICATION PROGRAM/MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING/
              U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve enrollment in the E-Verify employment
verification program for the purpose of verifying authorization
of prospective employees to work in the United States, and
authorize the President of the Commission to execute a Memorandum
of Understanding with the U. S. Department of Homeland Security
or, alternatively, authorize the County Administrator to
electronically affix the signature of the President of the
Commission to the same.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #20

         AUTHORIZE APPOINTING AUTHORITIES/TO ENROLL IN
      E-VERIFY EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION PROGRAM/MEMORANDUM
    OF UNDERSTANDING/U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board authorize the following appointing authorities; the
Mobile County Sheriff, Treasurer, License Commissioner, Revenue
Commissioner, Judge of Probate, Child Support Account Clerk,
Investigation and Recovery, Strickland Youth Center, the Board of
Registrars, the Board of Equalization and the Legislative
Delegation Office to
                        December 12, 2011


enroll in the E-Verify employment verification program for
the purpose of verifying authorization of prospective employees
to work in the United States, and to execute a Memorandum of
Understanding with the U. S. Department of Homeland Security.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                           AGENDA #21

       APPROVE ENROLLMENT/SYSTEMATIC ALIEN VERIFICATION
             FOR ENTITLEMENTS (S.A.V.E.) PROGRAM/

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve enrollment in the Systematic Alien
Verification for Entitlements (S.A.V.E.) Program for the purpose
of determining the lawful presence in the United States of aliens
conducting business transactions with the County, and authorize
the President of the Commission to execute all necessary documents
or, alternatively, authorize the County Administrator to
electronically affix the signature of the President of the
Commission to the same.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #22

                         HOLD BID/AWARD
                         BID/REJECT BID

     John Pafenbach, County Administrator, said the legal staff
has requested the Commission to hold over award of Bid #140-11.

     President Hudson asked if the legal staff wants to hold this
item over until the next meeting.

     Mr. Pafenbach said yes.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board hold over award of Bid #140-11, one new latest
production model compact track loader for the Environmental
Department, to Bobcat of Mobile for their bid in the amount of
$66,904.00, until the December 27, 2011 meeting.

     Motion carried unanimously.




     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board take the following action on bids:
                       December 12, 2011

       award Bid #143-11, groceries to be delivered to the James
       T. Strickland Youth Center for January through March, 2012,
       to American Wholesale Grocery, Inc. d/b/a
       American Foods, for their bid in the amount of $6,211.16;
       The Merchants Company, for their bid in the amount of
       $10,638.84; and Sysco Gulf Coast Foods Inc., for their bid
       in the amount of $10,921.63.

       reject Bid #65-11, annual traffic signal cable bid for the
       Public Works Department and authorize rebid.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                           AGENDA #23

           APPROVE APPOINTMENT/MOBILE AREA ADVISORY
       COMMISSION FOR THE DISABLED/DISTRICT 1 APPOINTEE

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve the appointment of Susie Richardson as a
member to the Mobile Area Advisory Commission for the Disabled,
as District 1 appointee for a two year term, expiring December 1,
2013.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #24

           APPROVE APPOINTMENT/MOBILE CONVENTION AND
       VISITORS CORPORATION (MCVC)/DISTRICT 1 APPOINTEE

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve the appointment of Linda Davis as a member
to the Mobile Convention and Visitors Corporation (MCVC), as
District 1 appointee.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________




                           AGENDA #25

                 APPROVE EFP-111-12/CONTRACT/
                PORT CITY CHAPTER OF BLACKS IN
                        December 12, 2011

               GOVERNMENT, INC./DISTRICT 1 FUNDS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve EFP-111-12, contract with the Port City
Chapter of Blacks in Government, Inc. in the amount of $1,000.00,
from District 1 funds, to support the
Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Breakfast Program, and
authorize the President of the Commission to execute the contract
on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #26

               RESCIND AGENDA ITEM #12/MINUTES OF
         OCTOBER 24, 2011/CHANGING PRECINCT BOUNDARIES

     President Hudson asked if the previous precinct boundaries
would take effect for March 13, 2012 Primary Election? She said
the County Commission District lines have been changed, but the
voting precinct lines have not and she asked if everyone would vote
at their same precinct location, except for particular precinct
locations that have been changed?

     John Pafenbach, County Administrator, said yes.

     Commissioner Ludgood said it is very important they maintain
their timetable and put all of their conversations in writing to
ensure the best flow of communication. She suggested all parties
involved meet today and lay out a flexible timetable.

     Mr. Pafenbach, County Administrator, said yes.

     President Hudson asked if the voting precinct lines would be
changed before November, 2012 Election, so that Probate Court would
be able to incorporate the changes of the School Board Districts,
state and local, as well as the Legislative District lines?

     Mr. Pafenbach said yes.




     Commissioner Ludgood said there is a lot of eventualities and
variances that could happen, for example, when the Legislature does
its portion it could end up in court which would throw their whole
timetable out. She said they need to build their timetable in a
way that in case that was to happen, they would not be in the 11th
(eleventh) hour trying to figure out what to do.

     Mr. Pafenbach said yes.
                        December 12, 2011


     President Hudson said she agrees.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board rescind Agenda Item #12 in the Minutes of October
24, 2011, changing the precinct boundaries.

     Motion carried unanimously.

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                            AGENDA #27

         ADOPT RESOLUTION APPROVING DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S
         REQUEST/DISPOSE OF CERTAIN PROPERTY FROM FIXED
       ASSETS INVENTORY LIST, DECLARE AS SURPLUS PROPERTY
     AND AUTHORIZE ITEMS TO BE DISPOSED OF BY LAWFUL MEANS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, the Mobile County Commission has control of all
property belonging to the county and is authorized by state law
to dispose of the same by order entered upon its minutes; and

     WHEREAS, there is presently located in the District
Attorney’s Office certain property of the County, to wit: the
various computers, miscellaneous electronics and furniture shown
two-page list attached as *Exhibit A, which are either obsolete,
no longer operable, or no longer needed;

     NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved by the Mobile County Commission
that the aforesaid items of property shown on    *Exhibit A be, and
they are hereby, declared SURPLUS and, where applicable, removed
from the fixed asset inventory list, to be disposed of by lawful
means.




     It is further DIRECTED that a copy of this resolution be
entered upon the minutes of the regular meeting of the Mobile County
Commission convened on this 12th day of December, 2011.

        *Exhibit “A” on file in Administrator’s Office

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #28
                       December 12, 2011


            APPROVE EFP-306-12/CONTRACT/MOBILE AREA
             EDUCATION FOUNDATION/DISTRICT 3 FUNDS

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve EFP-306-12, contract with the Mobile Area
Education Foundation in the amount of $5,000.00, from District 3
funds, for its Fund-A-STAR Program, and authorize the President
of the Commission to execute the contract on behalf of Mobile
County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #29

               APPROVE CONTRACT/L’ARCHE MOBILE/
                USE OF GOVERNMENT PLAZA ATRIUM

     Commissioner Ludgood asked if the reduced rental fee was
$850.00 per night or for the total three (3) nights?

     Dena Pollard, Public Affairs Officer, said L’Arche Mobile
would rent the atrium for only one (1) night,
January 7, 2012 or in case of a rainy day, January 8, 2012, but
the marathon would be January 6, 7, and 8, 2012.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve a contract with L’Arche Mobile to use the
Government Plaza atrium January 7, 2012 or January 8, 2012, for
the BankTrust First Light Marathon, for a fee of $850.00, and
authorize the President of the Commission to execute the contract
on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________




                           AGENDA #30

                       AUTHORIZE BIDS FOR
                     BILLING AGENT SERVICES

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board authorize bids for billing agent services for
retirees’ life, health and dental program.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #31
                        December 12, 2011


                APPROVE CONTRACT/AIRWIND, INC./
                 GO.DADDY.COM AND SENIOR BOWLS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve a contract with Airwind, Inc. in the amount
of $1,200.00, for production services, for the Go.Daddy.com and
Senior Bowls, and authorize the President of the Commission to
execute the contract on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #32

     ADOPT RESOLUTION/APPROVE AGREEMENT/STATE OF ALABAMA/
  ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION/I-10 INTERCHANGE WITH
    COUNTY ROAD 39/MCDONALD ROAD/PROJECT NO. MGF-I010(306)

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     BE IT RESOLVED by the County Commission of Mobile County,
Alabama, that the County enter into an agreement with the State
of Alabama Department of Transportation for:

       The transfer of ownership and maintenance of those portions
       of the I-10 Interchange north of
       Bayou-La-Batre at County Road 39 outside the denied access
       fencing from ALDOT to the County and acquired under Project
       No. MGF-I010(306);

which agreement is before this Commission, and that the agreement
be executed in the name of the County, by the President of the
Commission fo an on its behalf and that it be attested to by the
County Administrator and the seal of the County affixed thereto.



     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that upon completion of the execution
of the agreement by all parties, that a copy of such agreement be
kept of record by the County Administrator.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #33

                 AWARD BID/PFP-2010-901/CITY OF
                  PRICHARD STREETS RESURFACING/
                   HOSEA O. WEAVER & SONS, INC.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board award the bid for PFP-2010-901, City of Prichard
Streets resurfacing, to the low bidder, Hosea O. Weaver & Sons,
                        December 12, 2011

Inc., for   their bid in the amount of $242,965.45.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #34

                AWARD BID/PROJECT MCR-2010-108/
                 SARALAND STREETS RESURFACING/
                  HOSEA O. WEAVER & SONS, INC.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board award the bid for Project MCR-2010-108, Saraland
Streets resurfacing, to the low bidder, Hosea O. Weaver & Sons,
Inc., for their bid in the amount of $292,558.00.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #35

                AUTHORIZE ADVERTISEMENT OF BIDS/
             CIAP-MC10-0001(A)/NORTH MOBILE COUNTY
     WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY-PHASE 1 (MOUNT VERNON)

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board authorize advertisement of bids for
CIAP-MC10-0001(A), North Mobile County Wastewater Treatment
Facility-Phase 1. (Mount Vernon)

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________
                          AGENDA #36

              APPROVE SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 1/
             REMEDIAL SERVICES, INC./CCP-127-09(B)/
                    NMCIP DEMOLITION, PHASE II

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve Supplemental Agreement No. 1 with Remedial
Services, Inc., for CCP-127-09(B) NMCIP Demolition, Phase II, for
the demolition of several buildings, with no additional working
days, increasing the contract in the amount of $10,000.00, and
authorize the President of the Commission to execute the agreement
on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                           AGENDA #37

             APPROVE SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT NO. 4/
                        December 12, 2011

              JOHN G. WALTON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY/
             PROJECT MCR-2004-007/COTTAGE HILL ROAD
               FROM DAWES ROAD TO SCHILLINGER ROAD

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve Supplemental Agreement No. 4 with John G.
Walton Construction Company, for Project
MCR-2004-007, Cottage Hill Road from Dawes Road to Schillinger
Road, to add several items, increasing the contract in the amount
of $6,321.13, and authorize the President of the Commission to
execute the agreement on behalf of Mobile County.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #38

                 APPROVE PRELIMINARY AND FINAL
                PLAT/NINA BURCHETTE SUBDIVISION

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve preliminary and final plat of Nina Burchette
Subdivision, Grand Bay, Alabama. (2 lots, Larry Lane East,
District 3)

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________




                            AGENDA #39

             AUTHORIZE ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY AND
        ACCEPTANCE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY DEEDS AND EASEMENTS

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board authorize acquisition of property and acceptance
of right-of-way deeds and easements from the following property
owners, for the following projects:

     Lake Louise Drive, Lake Louise Drive East,
     Lake Victoria Drive, Project MCR-2010-306

     Virginia R. Mahaffey                    temporary easement


     Malone Road, Project MCR-2010-203

     Perry Malone & Bernice Malone                          deed


     Larry Lane East, Project MCR-2010-309

     Dianne S. Trotti                                       deed
                         December 12, 2011


     Evans Road, Project MCR-2010-109

     Ramona L. Bailey                                 easement

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #40

                          ADOPT RESOLUTION
                        SETTING SPEED LIMIT

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board adopt the following resolution:

     WHEREAS, Code of Alabama (1975), 32-1-1, et seq. and
32-5A-173, authorize local authorities to establish reasonable and
safe maximum speed limits upon highways, parts of highways or
arterial streets; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to Alabama Code (1975), 32-5A-173 (a),
MOBILE COUNTY has conducted engineering and traffic
investigations, and, based upon said investigations, determined
that the maximum speed permitted under Alabama Code (1975),
32-5A-170, et seq. on certain of those highways, parts of highways
or arterial streets is greater than is reasonable and safe under
the conditions found to exist upon said highways, parts of
highways, or arterial streets; and

     WHEREAS, MOBILE COUNTY desires to declare a reasonable and
safe maximum speed limit on said highways, parts of highways or
arterial streets pursuant to said statute;

     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the MOBILE COUNTY
COMMISSION, determines and declares that reasonable and safe
maximum speed limits shall be set for its highways, portions of
highways or arterial streets, as set out below:

ARMY ROAD                                                   35 MPH
FROM: Celeste Road
TO: Walter Moore Road

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #41

                         APPROVE SERVICE
                     RATING/COUNTY ENGINEER

     President Hudson said Joe W. Ruffer, County Engineer, is a
member of the Affordable Homeowner Insurance Commission and is
attending a meeting today in Montgomery, Alabama. She said the
Commission appreciates the excellent job he does as Public Works
                        December 12, 2011

Director and County Engineer, and his staff for the great work they
all do in serving the citizens of Mobile County.

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve a service rating of “Exceptional” for the
County Engineer, Joe W. Ruffer, and authorize the President of the
Commission to sign such rating.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #42

                     APPROVE APPLICATION OF
              MR. BULT’S INC./CERTIFICATE OF NEED

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by President Hudson,
that the Board approve the application of Mr. Bult’s Inc., for
Certificate of Need, as a hauler to transport residential solid
waste from the Advance Waste Transfer




Station on Carol Plantation Road to the Turkey Trot Landfill in
Washington County. (Equipment to be stored at the Turkey Trot
Landfill and the Transfer Station - District 3)

     Commissioner Dean voted no.

     Motion carried.

      __________________________________________________


                  APPROVE REAPPOINTMENT/MOBILE
              COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTRICAL EXAMINERS

     Commissioner Ludgood moved, seconded by Commissioner Dean,
that the Board approve the reappointment of Ritchie Russell as a
member of the Mobile County Board of Electrical Examiners for a
four year term, expiring March 11, 2015.

     Motion carried unanimously.

      __________________________________________________


     John Pafenbach, County Administrator, said President Hudson
needs to appoint a member to the Mobile Convention and Visitors
Corporation (MCVC).

     President Hudson said she would give her appointment to
Mr. Pafenbach for the December 27, 2011 agenda.
                        December 12, 2011


     Commissioner Dean asked if he is current on all of his
appointments to the Boards?

     Mr. Pafenbach said he would check and forward Commissioner
Dean a list.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #43

                    COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS
                         AND/OR COMMENTS

     Commissioner Dean said to all County employees he is very
proud to be their Commissioner and thanked them for the work they
have done throughout this year. He said they are still working
on helping people from Hurricane Katrina and the BP Oil spill.
Commissioner Dean thanked the elected officials for their help with
the budget process and he said he has been honored to work with
his two colleagues this year. He wished everyone a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year.




     President Hudson said the Commission appreciates all of the
hard work County employees have done throughout the year. She
congratulated Kathleen Garrettson and Barbara Pinter, Office
Assistants II, who would both retire from the License Commission,
effective January 1, 2012. President Hudson said Saturday,
December 17, 2011 is the kick-off for the Mobile County
Bicentennial Commission (MCBC) celebration. She said Mobile
County was founded December 18, 1812 and events would be celebrated
throughout the year beginning Saturday, December 17, 2011. She
said a press conference would be hosted at 4:00 P. M. in Bienville
Square located in downtown Mobile following the Mobile Christmas
and Holiday Parade. President Hudson said all eleven (11)
municipalities throughout Mobile County would be present and they
would receive a bicentennial flag to fly throughout the year. She
said Governor Robert Bentley would present Mobile County with a
proclamation and there would be lots of food, fun and music.
President Hudson said the City of Citronelle celebrated their 200th
Anniversary this weekend and she offered them congratulations.
She wished everyone and their families a very safe Merry Christmas,
Happy Holiday and Hanukkah Season.

      __________________________________________________


                            AGENDA #44

                             ADJOURN

     Commissioner Dean moved, seconded by Commissioner Ludgood,
that the Board approve a request for motion to adjourn until
December 27, 2011.
                      December 12, 2011

    Motion carried unanimously.



                         ___________________________________
                         Connie Hudson, President



                         ___________________________________
                         Merceria Ludgood, Member



                         ___________________________________
                         Mike Dean, Member


ATTEST:



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John F. Pafenbach, County Administrator

				
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