Birmingha – I Friesland http://i-friesland.com/ Fri, 25 Jun 2021 04:31:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.2 https://i-friesland.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1.png Birmingha – I Friesland http://i-friesland.com/ 32 32 Medical license definitively revoked for a Birmingham doctor accused of being a “voyeur” https://i-friesland.com/medical-license-definitively-revoked-for-a-birmingham-doctor-accused-of-being-a-voyeur/ Thu, 24 Jun 2021 16:22:01 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/medical-license-definitively-revoked-for-a-birmingham-doctor-accused-of-being-a-voyeur/ MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WIAT) – The Alabama Medical Licensing Board has decided to permanently revoke the medical license of a Birmingham doctor accused of secretly spying on women without their consent. Dr Paul D. Roller was arrested last July and charged with two counts of aggravated criminal surveillance for allegedly observing or attempting to observe one […]]]>


MONTGOMERY, Alabama (WIAT) – The Alabama Medical Licensing Board has decided to permanently revoke the medical license of a Birmingham doctor accused of secretly spying on women without their consent.

Dr Paul D. Roller was arrested last July and charged with two counts of aggravated criminal surveillance for allegedly observing or attempting to observe one or more women in their homes without their consent. His case has been referred to a grand jury for further deliberation.

According to a press release sent out by the Alabama State Board of Forensic Pathologists, Roller’s medical license was suspended shortly after his arrest.

“After an investigation, the Alabama Board of Forensic Pathologists accused Roller of” engaging in unprofessional conduct “and” not being able to practice medicine with reasonable skill and safety for his patients. ” , indicates the press release. “These charges were brought before the Medical Licensing Commission with a request for an immediate suspension of Roller’s medical license, which was granted. Roller’s medical license has been suspended since the administrative charges were filed.

Last May, officers began investigating a case involving a “voyeur” who was allegedly seen in the Edgewood community in Homewood. According to the Homewood Police Department, Roller has been linked as a suspect following a report, two search warrants and evidence gathered at the scene.

The commission said that although Roller denied the allegations, he consented to the revocation and agreed to never seek reinstatement of his license to practice in Alabama.

A graduate of Duke University, Roller previously worked at SeniorCare Geriatric Healthcare Services. He first came to Birmingham in 1994 for a scholarship in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.

The case was continued on behalf of the Board of Forensic Pathologists by Blake Henson and Hendon Coody.



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Moorhead’s ‘Miracle Girl’ Graduates: Doctors said Jakesia Parson has a one in a million chance of surviving after a 2008 house fire damaged her lungs, kidneys and liver, but she proudly walked through the storm. scene last friday night to accept his diploma https://i-friesland.com/moorheads-miracle-girl-graduates-doctors-said-jakesia-parson-has-a-one-in-a-million-chance-of-surviving-after-a-2008-house-fire-damaged-her-lungs-kidneys-and-liver-but-she-proudly-walked-through/ Thu, 17 Jun 2021 17:02:50 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/moorheads-miracle-girl-graduates-doctors-said-jakesia-parson-has-a-one-in-a-million-chance-of-surviving-after-a-2008-house-fire-damaged-her-lungs-kidneys-and-liver-but-she-proudly-walked-through/ She was called “the miracle girl of Moorhead”. In 2008, it was more than a fitting title for then 6-year-old Jakesia Parson, who spent five months in an induced coma after surviving the Moorhead house fire that claimed her life. father, Jesse Parson. Despite doctors’ dire predictions at the time, Jakesia would eventually be released […]]]>


She was called “the miracle girl of Moorhead”.

In 2008, it was more than a fitting title for then 6-year-old Jakesia Parson, who spent five months in an induced coma after surviving the Moorhead house fire that claimed her life. father, Jesse Parson.

Despite doctors’ dire predictions at the time, Jakesia would eventually be released from Children’s Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama on her own, and last Friday night she walked through the Gentry High School stage as a graduate of the secondary.

Jakesia, who still lives in Moorhead with her mother, Tisha McCoy, doesn’t remember much about the fire that night in January 2008, but it is still on her mother’s mind after all these years.

“When they took her out of the house I thought she was dead because she had foam in her mouth,” Tisha told The ET last week.

Tisha’s brother, Lataurus, was the one who got Jakesia out of the house.

According to reports at the time, Jesse Parson was unaware that she had been taken out a window and he returned to the burning house to rescue her. He didn’t come out.

“I don’t remember anything,” Jakesia said last week. “I just woke up asking for my daddy.”

A neighbor came to help and would eventually perform CPR and transport Jakesia to the South Sunflower County Hospital.

“He said, ‘We have to do something to keep her from being in shock’, so we just sang Dora to the hospital, because she loved Dora (the explorer),” Tisha said.

Tisha credits SSCH staff with stabilizing Jakesia so she can be helicoptered to Birmingham.

Over the next few months, Jakesia’s condition did not improve.

She had severe lung damage from the smoke and flames.

His blood pressure was not holding, and his liver and kidneys began to fail.

Alabama doctors and nurses have started to prepare Tisha for the worst.

Never giving up on her faith, Tisha remained optimistic, but things didn’t start to change until a doctor made a suggestion that wasn’t exactly her medical expertise.

“She said, ‘Would you like to be baptized?’ Tisha remembers.

She jumped at the chance.

“The pastor came over there,” she said. “I called my whole family and they came, and I had him baptized. It was so funny after that, I was there for two more days, but I had other kids at home, so I came home to see the other kids. I go home and get a phone call.

It was one of Jakesia’s nurses.

“’He said,’ I have someone who wants to talk to you, ‘she said. “I said, ‘Now who wants to talk to me? He put her on the phone and she whispered, and she said, “Mom. I dropped everything. I grabbed my mom and said, ‘Let’s go. My baby is awake.

Over the next few weeks, Jakesia’s condition improved to the point that her blood pressure stabilized, her kidney and liver function returned to normal, and she was told she would not need feeding tube that doctors feared he would have to go through after he returned home.

And when is the time to be discharged from the hospital?

“We got out of there together,” Tisha said.

Jakesia’s life was forever changed by that January night.

In addition to having to relearn how to walk and talk, she has had to live most of her life without her hero, her father.

“It was difficult. The hardest thing I have ever heard,” she said of learning at the hospital that her father had passed away. “It’s still a little difficult for me today, in some situations I need him the most, and he’s not here.

The fire changed Jakesia in another major way.

“From fifth grade my plan has been to be in the nursing or doctor fields,” she said.

Jakesia plans to attend Mississippi Delta Community College and major in nursing. She then plans to attend university and pursue her master’s and possibly her doctorate in medicine.

“I want to help people,” she says. “This is what I intend to help people with. The same way my dad and my doctors did for me, I want to do the same for someone else.



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Lance Tidwell named PD for WZZK and WPYA / Birmingham https://i-friesland.com/lance-tidwell-named-pd-for-wzzk-and-wpya-birmingham/ Thu, 22 Apr 2021 16:09:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/lance-tidwell-named-pd-for-wzzk-and-wpya-birmingham/ Tidwell SUMMITMEDIA has hired veteran programmer LANCE TIDWELL as PD of Country WZZK and Hot AC WPYA (MIX 97.3) / BIRMINGHAM. Most recently, he was Dir./FM Programming for CUMULUS MEDIA DETROIT, where he supervised Country WDRQ (NEW COUNTRY 93.1 FM) and Hot AC WDVD until his departure in FEBRUARY (NET NEWS 2/10). TIDWELL, who will […]]]>


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SUMMITMEDIA has hired veteran programmer LANCE TIDWELL as PD of Country WZZK and Hot AC WPYA (MIX 97.3) / BIRMINGHAM. Most recently, he was Dir./FM Programming for CUMULUS MEDIA DETROIT, where he supervised Country WDRQ (NEW COUNTRY 93.1 FM) and Hot AC WDVD until his departure in FEBRUARY (NET NEWS 2/10). TIDWELL, who will also be doing afternoons at WZZK, succeeds CRAIG ALLEN, who has left the company.

“LANCE is one of the best programmers in the country and I am delighted to see him join our fantastic team,” said SUMMITMEDIA BIRMINGHAM Pres. JOHN WALKER. “He brings a tremendous amount of insight, skill, knowledge and forward thinking, which makes him perfectly suited to lead these incredible brands and digital assets into the future.

“LANCE’s multi-format experience, strategic base and ability to generate odds are exactly what WZZK and WPYA need to take to the next level,” added SUMMITMEDIA EVP / RANDY CHASE Programming.

“I grew up 90 minutes from BIRMINGHAM in ALEXANDER CITY, AL,” TIDWELL said. “I am delighted to see how SUMMITMEDIA is developing in the market and to join a top notch team looking to the future.”

Over 30 years veteran in radio programming, TIDWELL joined CUMULUS in 2018, and was previously OM for the TOWNSQUARE MEDIA cluster at FT. COLLINS, CO. He has also led programming for CUMULUS ‘seven station cluster at KANSAS CITY and has held SVPP positions for iHEARTMEDIA and CITADEL BROADCASTING. Previous markets include TUCSON, AZ; SAN ANTONIO; HARTFORD, CT; SEATTLE; BOISE, ID; and MEMPHIS.

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Save the green belt! Street’s call to action in the face of housing demand https://i-friesland.com/save-the-green-belt-streets-call-to-action-in-the-face-of-housing-demand/ Fri, 16 Apr 2021 11:32:44 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/save-the-green-belt-streets-call-to-action-in-the-face-of-housing-demand/ WEST Midlands Mayor Andy Street called calls from Birmingham City Council for Solihull to take more green belt housing as ‘outrageous’. Mr. Street, who grew up in Solihull, angrily responded to the borough’s demands for development, which would further endanger his green belt sites due to the lack of contaminated sites. In his response to […]]]>


WEST Midlands Mayor Andy Street called calls from Birmingham City Council for Solihull to take more green belt housing as ‘outrageous’.

Mr. Street, who grew up in Solihull, angrily responded to the borough’s demands for development, which would further endanger his green belt sites due to the lack of contaminated sites.

In his response to Solihull’s already controversial local plan – due to the level of development reserved for Green Belt lands – Mr Street said Labor-controlled Birmingha wanted to see more development in Solihull by stating that ‘ Solihull’s figure is disappointing ” and that he should “ maximize his contribution.

The city even admits that the development it calls for does not meet Solihull’s needs but Birmingham’s – saying the Borough needs to take more ‘given the location close to where the need is feel ”.

“Birmingham’s demands on Solihull are frankly outrageous,” said Mr Street.

“They know full well that Solihull does not have brownfield sites, so if their pressure is allowed to succeed, there would be an unacceptable loss of green belt in the borough.

“Solihull is grappling with an intense housing challenge – high demand and a chronic shortage of suitable sites.

“He’s already helping Birmingham by meeting some of their needs and Birmingham has responded by demanding a lot more.

“Boards have a duty to cooperate – they don’t have a duty to try to force other small councils to sacrifice their greenbelt to solve the bigger council problem.

“Regionally, I have done all I can to promote ‘brownfield first’ and strongly encourage Solihull Council to reject Birmingham’s attempt to increase Solihull’s development.”

Solihull council has already planned to take 2,105 houses to meet Birmingham’s housing needs, but Mr Street said city council said it was ‘not clear why only this level’.

Mr. Street said the city council is also asking for a review to allow for even more development before the local borough plan goes into effect.



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Land transactions for the week of Nov. 15, 2020 – Shelby County Reporter https://i-friesland.com/land-transactions-for-the-week-of-nov-15-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ Thu, 15 Apr 2021 11:51:32 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/?p=420 The following deeds were transferred in Shelby County from Nov. 2-4: Nov. 2 -Cooper M. Schley to Michael Thomas Anderson, for $645,000, for Lot 15 in Southlake. -Kenneth D. Knight to Madison N. Johnson, for $274,000, for Lot 1 in Dearing Downs 7th Addition. -James E. Glenn to Karen L. McDonald, for $500, for Lot […]]]>

The following deeds were transferred in Shelby County from Nov. 2-4:

Nov. 2

-Cooper M. Schley to Michael Thomas Anderson, for $645,000, for Lot 15 in Southlake.

-Kenneth D. Knight to Madison N. Johnson, for $274,000, for Lot 1 in Dearing Downs 7th Addition.

-James E. Glenn to Karen L. McDonald, for $500, for Lot 2 in Glenn Family Subdivision.

-Susan C. Glenn to Karen L. McDonald, for $500, for Lot 2 in Glenn Family Subdivision.

-Clayton Kendall Smith to Ronald A. Haynes, for $214,00, for Lot 347 in Silver Creek Sector III Phase III.

-Newcastle Construction Inc. to Old Cahaba Residential Association Inc., for $234,010, for property in Section 30, Township 20 South, Range 3 West.

-Newcastle Construction Inc. to Old Cahaba Residential Association Inc., for $234,010, for Lot 23 in Old Cahaba Estates Sector 5.

-Newcastle Construction Inc. to Old Cahaba Residential Association Inc., for $234,010, for Lot 23 in Old Cahaba Estates Sector 5.

-Newcastle Development LLC to Griffin Park at Eagle Point Residential Association Inc., for $10 for Common Areas A, B & C in Griffin Park at Eagle Point Sector I Phase I.

-Newcastle Development LLC to Griffin Park at Eagle Point Residential Association Inc., for $10, for Griffin Park at Eagle Point Sector I Phase 2 Common Areas D, E, F & G.

-Newcastle Development LLC to Griffin Park at Eagle Point Residential Association Inc., for $10, for Griffin Park at Eagle Point Sector I Phase I Common Area A, B & C.

-Christopher C. Hicks to Michael Shan Wright, for $342,420, for Lot 2020 in Riverbend at Old Cahaba Phase 2.

-Erin Zappala to Natalei Elizabeth Zappala, for $10 for Lot 4 in Fernwood Fourth Sector.

-Rausch Coleman Homes Birmingham LLC to Resha Grace, for $189,170, for Lot 45 in Stonebriar Phase 2.

-Georgiana G. Breeding to Marve D. Breeding, for $1, for Lot 23 in Greystone Farms Guilford Place Sector 3 Phase 3 Final Plat.

-Elizabeth B. Hutto to Christine Lu, for $595,000, for Lot 11 in Heather Point, the Second Addition to Kerry Downs.

-Aquincia L. Stevens to Kenneth McMullen, for $210,500, for Lot 34 in Cross Creek Final Plat.

-Tanya T. Robertson to Jerrell Williams, for $230,000, fo rLot 102 in Nottingham Phase I Final Plat.

-Kenya Davis to Cherie Herron, for $205,000, for Lot 35 in Kinsale Gardens 3rd Sector.

-William F. Smith to John Roland Clark, for $409,900, for Lot 336 in Brook Highland.

-Clayton Properties Group Inc. to James R. Blue, for $386,172, for Lot 158 in Simms Landing Phase 1 Final Plat.

-Beth L. Rowland to Sheetal Sadanand Phadnis, for $449,000, for Lot 2504 in Riverchase Country Club 25th Addition.

-Elaine F. Sweeney to State of Alabama, for $7,650, for property in Section 14, Township 21 South, Range 3 West.

-Elaine F. Sweeney to State of Alabama, for $7,650, for property in Section 14, Township 21 South, Range 3 West.

-David Gardenhour to Linda Belcher Wise, for $245,000, for Lot 1868 in Old Cahaba V Third Addition.

-Brandon Huesman to Cottonwood Homes LLC, for $122,500, for Lot 42 in Sugar Hill Townhomes.

-Patrick Glenn Collins, as the personal representative of the estate of Susan J. Collins to Rachel L. Pappanastos, for $321,750, for Lot 243 in Eagle Point 2nd Sector Phase 2.

-John C. Meadows Jr. to Louis Adams, for $290,000, for Lot 84 in Southern Pines 2nd Sector.

-Embridge Homes LLC of William Ryan Gray, for $664,243, for Lot 414 in Lake Wilborn Phase 4B Mixed Use Subdivision Final Plat.

-SB Homes LLC to Ridge Crest Homes LLC, for $40,000, for Lot 16 in Adams Ridge Subdivision Second Addition.

-Ridge Crest Homes LLC to Logan Brady, for $265,000, for Lot 16 in Adams Ridge Subdivision Second Addition.

-Sharon K. Chandley to Sharrie Robinson Stratas, for $370,000, for Lot 12 in Summerwood Subdivision Amended Map.

-Chelsea Park Holding LLC to Embassy Homes LLC, for $55,000, for Lot 835 in Chelsea Park Eighth Sector Phase Two.

-Newcastle Construction Inc. to Clairce Joy McNeal, for $396,840, for Lot A46 in Griffin Park at Eagle Point Sector 1 Phase 2.

-Forestar (USA) Real Estate Group Inc. to D R Horton Inc. Birmingha, for $471,975, for Lot 1618, 1619, 1620, 1621, 1636, 1637 and 1638 in Chelsea Park 16th Sector.

-James J. McGhee to James J. McGhee, for $500, for Lot 2 in Southlake Crest 2nd Sector.

-Rausch Coleman Homes Birmingham LLC to Shajuanna Lee for $216,820, for Lot 47 in Stonebriar Phase 2.

-D R Horton Inc Birmingham to Hannah Wambui Ngugi, for $280,485, for Lot 26 in Mallard Landing Phase I.

-Elizabeth Johnson to Cerberus SFR Holding V LP, for $210,000, for Lot 324 in Silver Creek Sector III Phase I.

-Jeffrey Harris Flannery Jr. to Kathleen Eiring, for $390,000, for Lot 1 in Graves Subdivision.

-David Madison to Jessica L. Mitchell, for $229,900, for Lot 496 in Weatherly Treymoor Abbey Sector 22.

-Joel. C. McGriff to John G. Allison, for $270,000, for Lot 86 in Greystone Farms Mill Creek Sector Phase I Final Plat.

-Amy B. Brown to Catherine A. Upton, for $229,000, for Lot 149 in Forest Lakes Subdivision Sector 3 Phase 2.

-Kau Land Holdings to Billy W. Holliday, for $76,391, for property in Section 14, Township 24 North, Range 15 East.

-Janet L. Pasquale to Michael T. Middleton, for $282,900, for Lot 506 in Caliston at Ballantrae Phase 1 Resurvey of Lots 501-520, 543-553 & 557-561.

-D R Holding Company LLC to Michael J. Bass, for $10, for Lot 185 in Heritage Trace Phase 1 Sector 1.

-Ann E. Lacey to Clayton Edward Lacey, for $100, for Lot 1 in Southwind 2nd Sector.

-Mark Williams Warner to James Allan Yonfa, for $163,000, for Lot 7A in Stone Ridge Resurvey and Subdivision of Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 15.

Nov. 3

-P R Wilborn LLC to Lake Wilborn Partners LLC, for $427,500, for Lot 662 in Lake Wilborn Phase 6C.

-P R Wilborn LLC to Lake Wilborn Partners LLC, for $427,500, for Lot 660 in Lake Wilborn Phase 6C.

-P R Wilborn LLC to Lake Wilborn Partners LLC, for $427,500, for Lot 661 in Lake Wilborn Phase 6C.

-P R Wilborn LLC to Lake Wilborn Partners LLC, for $427,500, for Lot 663 in Lake Wilborn Phase 6C.

-P R Wilborn LLC to Lake Wilborn Partners LLC, for $427,500, for Lot 664 in Lake Wilborn Phase 6C.

-Bettye L. Devan to Andrew L. Brown, for $205,000, for Lot 744 in Old Cahaba Cedar Crest Sector.

-D R Horton Inc. Birmingham to Roman Vashenko, for $245,500, for Lot 1503 in Chelsea Park 15th Sector.

-Blackridge Partners LLC to Kara Macneil Conti, for $999,196, for Lot 1126 in Blackridge Phase 1C Final Plat.

-Blackridge Partners LLC to Joseph Ignagni, for $645,394, for Lot 1234 in Blackridge Phase 2 Resurvey No. 1.

-D R Horton Inc. Birmingham to Charles Leverne McLean, for $263,650, for Lot 1505 in Chelsea Park 15th Sector.

-Julian Doyle Yessick to Denise Yessick, for $10, for Lot 5 in Fox Valley Acres.

-Heather Morgan to Hunter Wynston Hansen, for $199,500, for Lot 141 in Builders Group Addition to The Glen at Stonehaven Phase Two.

-James Donald Roberts to Nicholas L. Massey, for $315,000, for Lot 19 in Norwick Forest 2nd Sector.

-Garrett Salter to Annalin Wren, for $10, for Lot 3-08 in Chelsea Park 3rd Sector.

-JRP Properties LLC to Reed Dearing, for $183,000, for Lot 27 in Bermuda Lakes Estates 2nd Sector Amended Map.

-Lisa Ann Fortenberry to A & LP Properties LLC, for $145,000, for property in Section 26, Township 20 South, Range 3 West.

-James O. McKenzie to OP SPE TPA1 LLC, for $301,700, for Lot 30 in Eagle Point First Sector Phase I.

-Paul Lutz to Larry Wilbert, for $45,000, for property in Section 23, Township 20 South, Range 4 West.

-Martha H. Chadband to Martha H. Chadband, for $10, for Lot 42 in Navajo Hills 7th Sector.

-JAG Investment Strategies LLC to Doria Tharpe, for $150,000, for Lot 8 in Breckenridge Park Royal Ridge Sector.

-Randee C. Lanham to Enildo J. Avila, for $300,000, for Lot 23 in Flagstone.

-Heather Brasher to Stanley Granville Davey, for $220,000, for Lot 133 in Chesser Reserve Phase I.

-Jonathon C. Oliver to Robert Butterworth, for $205,850, for Lot 73 in Reserve at Timberline.

-Oomair Bicklya to Debra Kay Fejedelem, for $187,500, for Lot 2 in Laurel Woods.

-Connie Baldy to Demetrio Gonzalez Martinez, for $736,500, for Lot 938 in Greystone Legacy 9th Sector.

-Jean S. Everett to Ashley Silfies, for $298,000, for Lot 2 in Red Fox Farm.

-Lynn L. Cox to HCR Properties LLC, for $235,000, for property in Section 11, Township 24 North, Range 15 East.

-Zachary A. Pappanastos to Quentin M. Ball, for $766,090, for Lot 29 in Mountain Crest Estates.

-Brian Thomas Properties LLC to Fred Wayne Horton, for $22,000, for property in Section 15, Township 22 South, Range 1 West.

-Danberry Properties LLC to Mike Priestley, for $615,000, for Lot 6 in Cottages of Danberry Final Plat.

-Justin L. Carroll to James Michael Donaldson, for $265,000, for property in Section 19, Township 18 South, Range 2 East.

-Sandi R. York to Kevin A. Turner, for $335,000, for Lot 49 in Oak Meadows 2nd Sector.

-Roslyn G. Davis to Brandon Broadhead, for $16,000, for Lot 2 in Laurel Road Subdivision Resurvey of Lots 1 & 2.

-Vera Decuir to Melissa Hicks, for $205,000, for Lot 133 in Lexington Parc Sector 2 Amended Map.

-Holly M. Burrow to Richard D’Anna, for $589,000, for Lot 2505 in Brook Highland 25th Sector.

-Kathleen O. Lucas to Charles Penn, for $316,500, for Lot 42 in Belvedere Cove Phase III Final Plat.

-Howard E. Goodsell to Dylan Reddin, for $184,500, for Lot 14 in Stone Creek Phase 5 Plant One Lake Sector Final Plat.

-Yunia Exposito Leal to Riley Stephen Mara, for $238,000, for Lot 52 in Ivy Brook Phase Two Second Addition.

-Charles W. Clarke to Mallory F. Morrison, for $235,000, for Lot 1007 in Lofts at Edenton 3rd Amended Plat.

-Austin K. Graves to Blaine Rosenberg, for $298,000, for Lot 73 in Meadow Brook 12th Sector.

-Corie Storms Martinez to Kendall Bungo, for $176,000, for Lot 556 in Forest Lakes 10th Sector.

-RC Birmingham LLC to Robin M. Hicks, for $191,560, for Lot 17 in Stonebriar Phase 2.

-Charlene F. Parris to Matthew T. Heard, for $380,000, for Lot 40 in Hickory Ridge Amended Map.

-Joseph H. White to Thomas Brent Solberg, for $321,000, for Lot 33 in Audubon Forest First Addition.

Nov. 4

-James Mitchell to Santino Francis Calderone, for $440,000, for Lot 2180 in Kirkwall a Ballantrae Phase 4.

-Evelyn C. Hedrick to Jakob N. Blankenship, for $235,000, for Lot 43 in Valley Forge.

-James Byron Farr to Patrick E. Lunceford, for $369,000, for Lot 121 in Hickory Amended Map.

-Jose Crespo to Jose Crespon, for $10, for Lot 11 in K W Schafner Property.

-Jose Crespo to Jose Crespo, for $10, for Lot 10 in K W Schafner Property.

-Jennifer L. Maxwell to Connor Brown, for $10, for Lot 49 in Rossburg Sector II.

-Charles Dailey to Freda Rigsby, for $265,375, for Lot 23 in Foothills Point Third Sector.

-Nathan Park to Justin Isaac Hale, for $325,000, for property in Section 16, Township 19 South, Range 2 West.

-Charles W. York to Zachary R. Winkler, for $685,000, for Lot 36 in Heatherwood 1st Sector Resurvey of Lots 35A, 36A and 37A.

-Terry R. Collins to Shannon Collins, for $140,000, for Lot 59 in Canyon Park Townhomes.

-KMA Home Renovations LLC to Ashley Achor, for $233,000, for Lot 19 in Dearing Downs Third Addition.

-Shirley A. Abbott to Rusty L. Patterson, for $60,000, for property in Section 9, Township 19 South, Range 2 East.

-Rebecca L. Rager to Justin L. Wright, for $299,000, for Lot 15 in Brook Chase Estates Phase I.

-Maksim Belski to Benjamin Goldman, for $345,000, for Lot 113 in Bent River Phase IV Final Plat.

-Mike Mitchell Homes LLC to Jeremy J. Brush, for $30,000, for Lot 27 in Forest Ridge Resurvey of Lots 10 through 13, 27, 31, 32 and 34.

-Nereida Jimenez to Oscar M. Mojica, for $153,450, for Lot 16 in Ironwood.

-Joshua Moorehead to Benjamin Harrison, for $212,500, for Lot 8 in Brookhollow First Sector.

-Ruth L. Barronton to David S. Mathews, for $10, for property in Section 3, Township 19 South, Range 2 East.

-Phillip Weaver to Steven Carl Landrum, for $287,500, for Lot 33 in Oak Park Sector 1.

-Colvin B. Conway to Mark Elliot Beverly, for $320,000, for Lot 1635 in Strathaven at Ballantrae Phase 2.

-GCP SCP One and Three LLC to ES 3610 HWY 31 LLC, for $14,037,664, for Lot 2 in Grahams Resurvey of Lot 2 Shelby Commerce Park.

-GCP SCP Five LLC to ES HWY 31 Land LLC, for $2,803,246, for property in Section 28, Township 21 South, Range 2 West.

-GCP SCP Five LLC to ES HWY 31 Land LLC, for $2,803,246, for property in Section 29, Township 21 South, Range 2 West.

-Corneliu Gombos to Robert Saunders Pettigrew, for $689,000, for Lot 1017 in Blackridge Phase 1A.

-Jeaneen M. Brown to James Anthony Brown, for $10, for Lot 1731 in Strathaven at Ballantrae Phase 6.

-Eddleman Residential LLC to Jonathan D. Humphries, for $271,900, for Lot 7-61 in Chelsea Park 7th Sector Fifth Addition Grayson Place Neighborhood.

-Eddleman Residential LLC to Christopher Ben Jimenez, for $381,604, for Lot 513 in Village at Highland Lakes Phase Four Fifth Sector English Village Neighborhood.

-Eddleman Residential LLC to William B. Raymond, for $234,900, for Lot 7-221 in Chelsea Park 7th Sector Fourth Addition Grayson Place Neighborhood.

-Chesley D. Allen to Jared G. Commander, for $329,900, for Lot 232 in Forest Parks 2nd Sector.

-Eddleman Residential LLC to Jason Dean Hawkins, for $214,900, for Lot 7-53 in Chelsea Park 7th Sector Fifth Addition Grayson Place Neighborhood.

-Eddleman Residential LLC to Victor Kevin Sena, for $647,100, for Lot 52 in Village at Highland Lakes Sector One 2nd Amendment to the Amended Map.

-Candace Casey to Ashley Nicole Simpson, for $189,900, for Lot 66 in Chesapeake Subdivision.

-Phillip Weaver to Steven Carl Landrum, for $287,500, for Lot 33 in Oak Park Sector 1.

-Rachel Sasser to Peyton Gans, for $305,000, for Lot 8 in Lake Ridge.

-Newcastle Construction Inc. to Eric Warren Parker, for $399,503, for Lot 207 in Camellia Ridge Phase 2.

-Kisha Coleman to St. Holdings LLC, for $168,000, for Lot 5 in Rossburg Sector 1.

-Roslyn G. Davis to Jose De Jesus Martinez, for $263,000, for Lot 2 in Laurel Road Subdivision Resurvey of Lots 1 & 2.

-Sharon Yvonne Moss to Alfred Marron, for $480,000, for Lot 310 in Lakewood.

-Paul Smith to Shannon R. Stephens, for $260,000, for Lot 51 in Polo Crossings Sector III.

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Housing Manager job at Lewisham Homes https://i-friesland.com/housing-manager-job-at-lewisham-homes/ Tue, 13 Apr 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/housing-manager-job-at-lewisham-homes/ At Lewisham Homes, we believe in developing potential. Like a Housing agent, your ability to proactively manage a variety of housing management functions could have a real impact on people’s lives. Lewisham Homes is an ambitious non-profit organization focused on improving housing in the borough. In addition to managing 19,000 homes on behalf of Lewisham […]]]>


At Lewisham Homes, we believe in developing potential. Like a Housing agent, your ability to proactively manage a variety of housing management functions could have a real impact on people’s lives.

Lewisham Homes is an ambitious non-profit organization focused on improving housing in the borough. In addition to managing 19,000 homes on behalf of Lewisham Council. We aim to provide a better experience and more opportunities to the residents, communities and dedicated individuals who join our growing team.

Like a Housing agent, you will be responsible for providing a high quality, customer focused and responsive housing management service to the residents of Lewisham Homes.

If successful, the main tasks of your role will be:

  • Proactively manage a variety of housing management functions within procedural deadlines, including visits and registrations.
  • Perform estate visits and inspections in a working capacity alone.
  • Establish good working relationships with local tenant and resident associations.
  • Effectively manage nuisance cases and liaise with external mediation partners.
  • Be sure to escalate any instances of antisocial behavior appropriately and according to procedure.
  • Respond to correspondence and complaints, and provide good quality drafts for member inquiries.
  • Identify and record details of vulnerable residents, flag residents for support as needed.
  • Ensure that backup issues are dealt with immediately and in accordance with the backup procedure.
  • Work in collaboration with other departments, partners and stakeholders to ensure multi-agency responses to complex cases.
  • Take legal action if necessary. Make sure all legal documents are completed to a high standard in order to request possession and / or injunction proceedings.
  • Attend court hearings and evictions, representing the organization in a positive way at all times.
  • Keep abreast of all relevant legislation and best practice issues relating to the role

We expect everyone at Lewisham Homes to be eager to learn new skills and help others. As a major local employer with over 500 employees, we are committed to providing opportunities for personal development, as well as flexible and agile working to help us continue to embrace wellness. We also offer benefits such as: subscription loan, 26 days of annual leave plus public holidays, health and welfare benefits and membership in the local government pension scheme.

This role will be agile and will work a few days in the office.

For more information about Lewisham Homes and this opportunity, please visit our website.



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Clawson High School Seniors Receive Golf Caddy Scholarships | National and global news https://i-friesland.com/clawson-high-school-seniors-receive-golf-caddy-scholarships-national-and-global-news/ Tue, 30 Mar 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/clawson-high-school-seniors-receive-golf-caddy-scholarships-national-and-global-news/ Mason McDiarmid and Cody Sarvello, seniors at Clawson High School, received the Chick Evans Caddy Scholarships, a full scholarship for tuition and accommodation for golf caddies, renewable for up to four years. McDiarmid and Sarvello both plan to attend Michigan State University. Sarvello, a caddy at Birmingham Country Club for four years, plans to major […]]]>


Mason McDiarmid and Cody Sarvello, seniors at Clawson High School, received the Chick Evans Caddy Scholarships, a full scholarship for tuition and accommodation for golf caddies, renewable for up to four years.

McDiarmid and Sarvello both plan to attend Michigan State University. Sarvello, a caddy at Birmingham Country Club for four years, plans to major in biology or chemistry. McDiarmid was a caddy at the Red Run Golf Club for three years and plans to pursue studies in mechanical or software engineering.

The Western Golf Association funds the program largely through private donations from across the country. Hundreds of thousands of golfers donate at least $ 200 each year to the program, becoming Par Club members. Some of the biggest personalities in golf in the United States, including Tiger Woods, are also contributors. Funds are also raised through profits from the Western Open PGA event, held annually in the Chicago area, and through Chapter and Alumni fundraisers throughout the year.

Each year, more than 800 caddies across the country attend the university thanks to a four-year scholarship from the Evans Scholars Foundation. Successful candidates must have a strong cadet record, excellent grades, exceptional character and demonstrated financial need.

At the Evans Scholarship Houses, students live and work together cooperatively. Each chapter elects its own leaders, organizes social and service activities, and participates in campus programs. The Evans Scholars Chapters have earned a reputation on every campus for their academic achievement and excellence in community service.

–Submitted by Rebecca McLennan



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Morrisons sells chocolate Easter pizza and shoppers are divided https://i-friesland.com/morrisons-sells-chocolate-easter-pizza-and-shoppers-are-divided/ Mon, 29 Mar 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/morrisons-sells-chocolate-easter-pizza-and-shoppers-are-divided/ Morrisons sells chocolate pizza for Easter and shoppers love it. Morrisons Stone Baked Easter Pizza features a blend of chocolates on a traditional pizza base. The 10 “baked Easter pizza will set you back £ 2.89. An Easter favorite, the supermarket giant’s treat includes cream cheese, chocolate chips, cookie dough and mini eggs. Morrisons is […]]]>


Morrisons sells chocolate pizza for Easter and shoppers love it.

Morrisons Stone Baked Easter Pizza features a blend of chocolates on a traditional pizza base.

The 10 “baked Easter pizza will set you back £ 2.89.

An Easter favorite, the supermarket giant’s treat includes cream cheese, chocolate chips, cookie dough and mini eggs.

Morrisons is one of England’s so-called Big Six, alongside rivals Sainsbury’s and Asda, and Britain’s largest grocer, Tesco.

Lidl and Aldi round out the six.

Have you tried it? Let us know in the comments

Pizza fell in a storm among customers, and many said they plan to buy one on their next trip to their local branch.

One buyer wrote: “As long as there is no pineapple, it will be good.”

“Chocolate and cheese go well together and my stomach wouldn’t approve (sic),” added a second.

A third joked: “I hope Jamie Oliver doesn’t see this.”

Another impressed buyer added: “We had one tonight, quite rich flavors but really very nice.”

But another retorts: “Yuck”.

One parent told BirminghamLive: “My kids loved it.”

“Yum yum, those are really cool,” wrote another.

While someone else commented, “I’m not afraid of chocolate pizza, but it seems completely hit and miss.”

Morrisons operates stores in Birmingha and the West Midlands and keeps branches open through a foreclosure.

Non-essential retail opens on April 12, supermarkets continue to operate in lockdown after being deemed essential stores by the government.



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Metro Roundup: Opera Birmingham to resume in-person shows with ‘Pirates of Penzance’ https://i-friesland.com/metro-roundup-opera-birmingham-to-resume-in-person-shows-with-pirates-of-penzance/ Tue, 23 Mar 2021 07:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/metro-roundup-opera-birmingham-to-resume-in-person-shows-with-pirates-of-penzance/ After more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, Opera Birmingham will resume in-person performances with an outdoor production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” at the Avondale Amphitheater on Saturday and Sunday April 10 and 11. There will be shows on Saturday at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. and a show on […]]]>


After more than a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, Opera Birmingham will resume in-person performances with an outdoor production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” at the Avondale Amphitheater on Saturday and Sunday April 10 and 11.

There will be shows on Saturday at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. and a show on Sunday at 2 p.m., according to a press release from the company.

Due to the pandemic, masks will be required during the event, social distancing will be maintained and tickets will be scanned at the entrance to reduce points of contact.

“’The Pirates of Penzance’ is the perfect show for us to bring back public performances after the tough year we’ve all had,” CEO Keith A. Wolfe-Hughes said in the press release.

In the two-act comic opera, which premiered in New York City in 1879, a young man leaves a group of pirates and crazy cuts ensue.

The show features sentimental hackers, clumsy cops, absurd adventures and unlikely paradoxes, the statement said.

“The Pirates of Penzance” also includes one of the most famous songs in the history of musical theater.

“It’s fun and light, full of great tunes that a lot of people will recognize, and it’s just a good time to get out there and enjoy the fresh air,” said Wolfe-Hughes.

Local cast includes tenor Joe Robinson as Frederic, soprano Kathleen Farrar Buccleugh as Mabel, soprano Allison Sanders as Ruth, baritone Chris Farley as Pirate King, baritone Dan Seigel in the role of major general and Alexandria Bates in the narrator.

The production will also feature the Birmingham Chorus Opera and the Samford Opera House.

“We’re fortunate to have some really wonderful artists living in Birmingham, and I’m happy that we get to feature them in this show,” said Wolfe-Hughes.

This original production is adapted and directed by Kristin Kenning and directed by John Robertson, who will also accompany it on the piano.

The Avondale Amphitheater is located in Avondale Park at 4101 Fifth Ave. S.

Tickets are general admission. Adult tickets start at $ 25. Student tickets cost $ 10. Order online at operabirmingham.org.

For more information on Opera Birmingham and upcoming performances, call 205-322-6737 or visit the website.



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Pet owner shocked after black cat completely RUINS his carpet after stepping in black oil https://i-friesland.com/pet-owner-shocked-after-black-cat-completely-ruins-his-carpet-after-stepping-in-black-oil/ Wed, 30 Dec 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/pet-owner-shocked-after-black-cat-completely-ruins-his-carpet-after-stepping-in-black-oil/ A pet owner revealed his shock after waking up to find his cat had crept into the family home and destroyed the cream carpets after covering himself with oil. Jamie Knight, 34, of Great Barr, Birmingham, found Darwin covered in thick black oil on December 23, although it is still unclear how that happened. The […]]]>


A pet owner revealed his shock after waking up to find his cat had crept into the family home and destroyed the cream carpets after covering himself with oil.

Jamie Knight, 34, of Great Barr, Birmingham, found Darwin covered in thick black oil on December 23, although it is still unclear how that happened.

The feline had circled the house, leaving hundreds of black paw prints on the carpet, white walls, and colorful rugs throughout Jamie’s home.

However, Jamie’s main initial concern was his cat’s health and he drove Darwin to the emergency vet as soon as he could to clean up the oil.

In Great Barr, Birmingha, m, Darwin the cat, pictured scared her owner Jamie Knight, 34, after coming home covered in oil

Jamie woke up to a horror scene, with oil smeared on his bathroom floor and fixings after Darwin's mishap

Jamie woke up to a horror scene, with oil smeared on his bathroom floor and fixings after Darwin’s mishap

Recalling how his pet woke him up, Jamie said, “I was like ‘Is this Darwin?’ Because I could barely recognize him.

“I jumped out of bed and turned on the light to find Darwin covered from head to toe in oil. It was as if he had been completely overwhelmed.

“As soon as I saw him, I was so shocked and upset. I love Darwin and I didn’t want him to be upset.

“My other main concern was whether someone had done this to him maliciously and put him in oil.

Jamie had to spend hours cleaning his house as much as he could, but said his cream rugs were in shambles

Jamie had to spend hours cleaning his house as much as he could, but said his cream rugs were in shambles

Even the stairs were covered with oil stains after Darwin returned home.  But Jamie's main concern was the health and safety of his feline companion.

Even the stairs were covered with oil stains after Darwin returned home. But Jamie’s main concern was the health and safety of his feline companion.

“I had never encountered anything like it before, so I went online to find the best thing to do to try and clean it up.

“I took it to the bathroom and started washing it with Fairy Liquid. He was crying in the bath. It was heartbreaking.

After not having had much luck cleaning Darwin and his now horror-like bathroom, Jamie decided it was best to take his beloved cat to the vet.

Jamie added, “We got to the vets around 2am and stayed there until 5am while they cleaned it up. They said they had never seen a case like this.

Jamie, who was expecting his family for Christmas, worked the night of December 23 to find his cat had come home covered in oil and wandered through every room in the house.

Jamie, who was expecting his family for Christmas, worked the night of December 23 to find his cat had come home covered in oil and wandered through every room in the house.

Jamie rushed Darwin to the vet, where the cat was treated for oil, and propped up with a neck protector

Jamie rushed Darwin to the vet, where the cat was treated for oil, and propped up with a neck protector

Horrified, Jamie said his carpet floor was beyond help after spending hours trying to clean up the mess

Horrified, Jamie said his carpet floor was beyond help after spending hours trying to clean up the mess

Poor Darwin was not the same after the incident, Jamie said, but he is recovering from the stressful event

Poor Darwin was not the same after the incident, Jamie said, but he is recovering from the stressful event

After returning from vets in the early hours of Christmas Eve, it was time for Jamie to deal with the mess the incident had caused in his home.

Jamie said: “I was hosting my family for Christmas Day and my house was absolutely covered in hundreds of oily black paw prints. The bathroom was also a mess with thick black oil smothered all over it. It was such a mess.

“After I got home I spent about an hour cleaning as much as I could, then went to bed a few hours after being awake all night.

Hundreds of paw prints like these can be found around Jamie's house.  Cat lover said he hoped no one would willingly dip their cat in the oil

Hundreds of paw prints like these can be found around Jamie’s house. Cat lover said he hoped no one would willingly dip their cat in the oil

“I managed to clean most of the bathroom, but there was no way to clean the oil paw prints.

“We have cream rugs all over the house, they are completely ruined.

“The house is still a state. We will probably need to get all the new rugs in the house. It will cost a bomb.

Jamie spent hours trying to clean up the mess before his family arrived home for Christmas, but eventually had to give up

Jamie spent hours trying to clean up the mess before his family arrived home for Christmas, but eventually had to give up

The prints spread from the lower level of the house to its upper level.  The living room and the first floor are carpeted

The prints spread from the lower level of the house to its upper level. The living room and the first floor are carpeted

Shocked Darwin, pictured looking at his food since his oil accident, worrying Jamie

Shocked Darwin, pictured looking at his food since his oil accident, worrying Jamie

“I also had to tell the family what happened before they arrived on Christmas Day.

“Darwin was such a friendly, confident and beautiful cat. Since the incident, he’s not himself at all. He just sits down and looks at his food.

“I hope he’ll come back to his old self soon. It must have been so traumatic for him.

“People should try to be more careful if they have oil containers. They should put blankets on it so that it doesn’t happen to someone else’s pet.

No room has been spared by Darwin's oily paws, leaving marks all around the house that cannot be cleaned

No room has been spared by Darwin’s oily paws, leaving marks all around the house that cannot be cleaned



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