Birmingha – I Friesland http://i-friesland.com/ Thu, 06 May 2021 04:58:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.1 https://i-friesland.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/default1.png Birmingha – I Friesland http://i-friesland.com/ 32 32 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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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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Legal & General strengthens its rental construction portfolio with a second location in Birmingham https://i-friesland.com/legal-general-strengthens-its-rental-construction-portfolio-with-a-second-location-in-birmingham/ Wed, 16 Dec 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/legal-general-strengthens-its-rental-construction-portfolio-with-a-second-location-in-birmingham/ Legal & General has announced its agreement to finance a new £ 100million development site at Hockley Mills in Birmingham, its 16th BTR site and the city’s second, increasing its investment in the sector to 2.1 billion pounds sterling. With a current population of 1.14 million, an increase of around 100,000 over the past 10 […]]]>


Legal & General has announced its agreement to finance a new £ 100million development site at Hockley Mills in Birmingham, its 16th BTR site and the city’s second, increasing its investment in the sector to 2.1 billion pounds sterling.

With a current population of 1.14 million, an increase of around 100,000 over the past 10 years, Birmingham’s population growth is the third fastest in the UK, behind London and Bristol, this which demonstrates an increased need for high quality housing. .

Centrally located in one of the most desirable residential areas in the West Midlands and next to rail and tram links, the Hockley Mills site sits on the outskirts of the Jewelery Quarter, providing a solid micro-location for accommodation BTR. The project will provide 395 apartments; one, two and three bedroom, adjacent to a new entrance to Jewelery Quarter station, 116 parking spaces and 28,000 square feet of flexible retail space for commerce, leisure and offices.

As Covid-19 brings secular changes and a fundamental overhaul in many areas of the real estate industry, BTR has continued to deliver a stable income performance throughout the crisis. The national lockdown, and the social distancing measures that followed, had a significant impact on economic activity. For BTR, rent collection levels remain high, with Knight Frank estimating that 95% of BTR segment rents were collected in the second quarter.

Additionally, many BTR assets – including the Hockley Mills site – are well positioned to benefit from some of the household behavioral trends and preferences emerging through the coronavirus pandemic; namely a growing need for housing with functional space to work, as well as convenient access to local cultural and leisure facilities.

Dan Batterton, Senior Fund Manager, BTR, LGIM Real Assets said: “In the space of the last few years, the BTR sector has really taken off. It consolidated its position in the UK as an asset class and successfully moved away from the private rental sector. Showing its resilience and the relative counter-cyclical nature of the residential sector, the BTR has remained largely unchanged throughout the coronavirus pandemic as occupancy rates, rent collection and demand have remained high.

The development of Hockley Mills further strengthens our existing portfolio, bringing the total number of projects to 16 in eleven cities offering more than 5,300 apartments. The program will provide high quality, professionally managed rental housing that can help address the imbalance between supply and demand in Birmingham. “

Hannah Badger, Partner in the Residential Financial Markets team at Knight Frank, said: “In times of economic stress, residential assets are viewed as extremely attractive by investors, in part due to both their resilience and their counter-cyclical rental performance. Our view remains that, in the long run, the current Covid-19 crisis may well act as a catalyst for an acceleration of institutional capital in the UK residential investment sector.

“Since March, activity has remained strong as investors seek to increase their exposure to the UK market – indeed, a recent Knight Frank study found that 77% of investors seek to maintain or increase their investment plans in a close future. As the UK’s largest city outside of London, investment in Birmingham’s BTR market has always been strong.

“However, thanks to the regeneration of the city center and the upcoming HS2 line allowing even faster links to the capital, investor demand for high quality rental assets is certainly on the rise and shows no signs of slowing down, despite the current enlargement, headwinds in the market. “



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Arrest reports for the week of December 13, 2020 – Shelby County Reporter https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-december-13-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ Fri, 11 Dec 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-december-13-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from November 8 to December 8. 6: Alabaster Dec 1 -Jose Mora, 30, possession of drug paraphernalia. -Chadwick Lee Maddox, 41, of Clanton, fourth degree property theft. Dec 2 -Jamie Ann Ford Crumpton, 37, Adger, Alabama, giving false ID to law […]]]>


The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from November 8 to December 8. 6:

Alabaster

Dec 1

-Jose Mora, 30, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Chadwick Lee Maddox, 41, of Clanton, fourth degree property theft.

Dec 2

-Jamie Ann Ford Crumpton, 37, Adger, Alabama, giving false ID to law enforcement.

-Raymond James Delaney Motes, 32, of Montevallo, absent.

Dec 3

-Mark Bernard Jones, 45, from Montevallo, alias proxy, capias.

-Ricky Lynn Hale, 62, of Calera, possession of drug accessories, harassment (threat), second degree criminal mischief, fourth degree property theft.

-Timothy Ryan Dupree, 36, of Alabaster, no appearance.

Dec 5

-Rodrick Rasheen Hemingway, 27, from Calera, DUI-alcohol.

-Lisa Ann Motley, 48, of West Blocton, Alabama, third degree property theft, trying to escape.

-William Edward Mayfield, 46, of Helena, public poisoning.

Dec 6

-Robert Dudley Earnest, 54, Adger, Alabama, non-compliance, driving while license suspended.

Calera

November 30

-Anthony Bernard McSwain, 56, of Birmingham, DUI-alcohol, second degree possession of marijuana.

-Justin Bailey Sonier, 20, of Columbiana, did not show up.

Dec 1

-Jamie Ann Ford, 37, of Cullman, illegal possession of prescription drugs.

-Robert Djuan Wooley, 35, from Montevallo, no appearance (two counts).

-Darius Devon Hallaway, 40, Birmingham, third degree domestic violence – criminal mischief, harassment, second degree possession of marijuana.

-Octavia Tanaye Bailey, 38, of Calera, missed appearance (five counts).

-Michael Shane Allen Jr., 48, of Montevallo, agency assistant.

Dec 2

-Phillip Jason Webb, 44, of Clanton, possession of a controlled substance – barbiturate, possession of second degree marijuana.

Dec 3

-Armoni Jacody Urgent, 25, of Montgomery, possession of a synthetic controlled substance narcotic, illegally carrying a pistol.

-Cody Del Robertson, 29, of Calera, awaiting 72 hour investigation.

-Greg Dion Turner, 54, of Alabaster, failure to appear (two counts).

-Reginald Vick Smith, 20, of Montevallo, missed appearance (two counts).

Dec 4

-Lasherika Tranae Cathey, 36, of Bessemer, possession of second-degree marijuana, drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence.

Columbiana

November 8

-Brandon Scott McDonald, 32, did not show up.

November 11th

-Larry Gene Davis, 47, possession of a controlled substance – meth, possession of first degree marijuana, third degree domestic violence – harassment.

November 15

-Jarifa Fitzgerald Carter, 54, did not show up.

-Steven Lewis Carter, 31, recklessly endangered, trying to evade.

November 16

-Tristan Isaiah Robinson, 28, did not show up.

November 17

-Bryan Keith Smith, 49, failure to appear (two counts).

-John Randall May, 37, non-appearance.

November 18

-Joshua Harlan Bush, 33, did not show up.

November 20

-Wulf Samuel Blaine Hess, 22, did not show up.

Helena

November 30

-Cecil Lamont Guy, 48, threatening and disorderly conduct.

Dec 1

-Michael Shane Allen Jr., 48, jumping on second degree bail.

Dec 3

-Rachel Leigh West, 34, public poisoning.

Dec 4

-Chad Dewayne Deweese, 47, possession of a controlled substance, promotion of smuggling to second degree prison.

-Amanda Rae Merrell, 40, possession of a first degree forged instrument.

Montevallo

Dec 1

-Carl Delane Buck Erwin, Public Crimes -AW aka Writ of Stop.

Dec 7

-Bryan Adam Martin, Simple Domestic Assault Family.

Pelham

29 november

-Justin Reeser, 32, of Hoover, public poisoning.

November 30

-Joshua Allen, 23, from Bessemer, aka warrants.

-Jason Moreland, 41, of Birmingham, aka Mandate.

-Candice Baker, 27, of Jemison, illegal possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug accessories.

-Ashley Schuffert, 30, of Marbury, receiving 4th degree stolen property under $ 500, illegal possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dec 1

-Carla Hernandez Candelaria, 19, from Birmingha, 3rd degree assault (non-family arm).

-Ashley Day, 32, of Birmingham, illegal possession of a controlled substance, false name for law enforcement and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Natsha Pina, 35, of Birmingham, illegally possesses a controlled substance and gives law enforcement a false name.

-Jose Sanchez Romero, 35, from Birmingham, aka warrants.

-Samantha Vollmer, 43, from Montevallo, DUI-influence of alcohol.

-Daniel McClary, 31, of Calera, driving while suspended and tag expired.

Dec 2

-Chadwick Kerley, 35, of Hoover, alias attorney.

Dec 3

-Gene Resendiz Meza, 19, from Jemison, tinted window greater than 30% and driving in suspension.

Dec 4

-Nathaniel Hicks, 31, Alabaster, DUI-influence of alcohol.

Dec 5

-Adrienne Bibb, 30, Pell City, DUI-influence of alcohol.

-Quintez Echols, 23, Vestavia Hills, illegal possession of 2nd degree marijuana and receipt of 4th degree stolen goods over $ 500.



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Arrest reports for the week of December 6, 2020 – Shelby County Reporter https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-december-6-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ Fri, 04 Dec 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-december-6-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from November 22 to December 22. 1: Alabaster 23 november -Kailyn Marshay Henderson, 25, of Maylene, aka warrant (two counts). -Timothy Shane Lowery, 38, of Maylene, warrant for failure to appear. 24 november -Brooke McKinney Hill, 37, from Montevallo, DUI-alcohol. -Dawn […]]]>


The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from November 22 to December 22. 1:

Alabaster

23 november

-Kailyn Marshay Henderson, 25, of Maylene, aka warrant (two counts).

-Timothy Shane Lowery, 38, of Maylene, warrant for failure to appear.

24 november

-Brooke McKinney Hill, 37, from Montevallo, DUI-alcohol.

-Dawn Marie Baird, 46, of Trafford, Alabama, breach of court orders, capias warrant.

25 november

-Mary Elizabeth Green, 30, of Columbiana, aka tenure.

-Daniel Boyd Stagner, 60, Alabaster, DUI-alcohol.

-Cynthia Marie Burgess, 43, from Bessemer, harassment or harassing communications.

26 november

-Samuel Christian Carter, 23, of Columbiana, DUI-alcohol.

November 27

-Terrence Larail Bunkley, 42, of Alabaster, breach of court orders, violation of court order – non-payment, driving with license suspended, stop sign on.

-Shawn Christopher Marks, 38, from Alabaster, third degree domestic violence.

November 28

-James Michael Pinion, 60, of Notasulga, Alabama, animal complaint – violation of leash law.

-Daniel Joseph Dorough, 28, of Columbiana, DUI-alcohol.

-Christopher Brannon Langston, 34, Panama City, Fla., Receiving first degree stolen property, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a gun by a violent criminal.

-Howard Jeffrey Fitts Jr., 54, of Birmingham, aka justifies not appearing.

29 november

-Irving Ezequiel Colli Jimenez, 30, from Clanton, DUI-alcohol.

November 30

-Asia Lashea Flores, 19, Clanton, fourth degree property theft.

-Anna Marie Littleton, 18, Clanton, fourth degree property theft.

-Cordare Genard Glover, 30, of Marbury, fourth degree property theft.

Calera

23 november

-Anthony Tyrell Marsh, 19, of Calera, missed appearance (two counts).

-Joel Dexter Ellison, 31, of Columbiana, agency assistant.

-Rodney Lynn Porter, 50, of Calera, missed appearance (four counts).

-Katelyn Michelle Gray, 23, of Shelby, did not show up.

-Sarah Nadine Martin, 51, from Calera, third degree domestic violence.

-Rosallen Bernita Tyes, 41, of Calera, missed appearance (two counts).

24 november

-Jason Kyle Glass, 36, of Montevallo, missed appearance (two counts).

-James Edward Floyd, 42, of Calera, DUI combination substance.

25 november

-Mary Elizabeth Green, 30, of Jemison, absent.

-Carey Leigh Dockery, 41, from Calera, agency aide.

-Joseph Terry Lee Woods, 45, of Shelby, possession of controlled substance, dangerous drug, obstruction of government operations, possession of drug paraphernalia.

November 27

-Terrence Laril Bunkley, 42, d’Albâtre, agency assistant.

-Howard Jeffrey Fitts, 54, of Birmingham, possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Rosalind Denise Smith, 59, of Birmingham, second-degree possession of marijuana.

November 28

-Timmy Dale Martin Jr., 42, Columbiana, fourth degree property theft – shoplifting.

-Myles E. Babcock, 39, of Calera, DUI-alcohol.

29 november

-Chelsey Ann Hilyer, 23, from Thorsby, DUI-any substance.

November 30

-Colin Sumner Moose, 32, of Calera, DUI-alcohol, possession of second-degree marijuana, possession of drug accessories.

Helena

24 november

-Jason Kyle Glass, 36, jumping on second degree bail.

25 november

-James Robert Stasiak, 51, DUI-alcohol.

26 november

-Keith Wright, 21, possession of drug paraphernalia.

November 28

-Garrett Alston Higgie, 22, DUI-alcohol, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of gun by drunk / drug addict.

29 november

-Gerald T. Moseley Jr., 50, DUI-alcohol, open container, obeying police / fire department, driving vehicle with improper tires.

Montevallo

25 november

-Nathaniel Hill, dangerous drugs-PDP drug paraphernalia, dangerous drugs-possession of dangerous drugs and alcohol-PI appears in a public place under the influence.

November 28

-James Nikoli Rivette, property damaged-CM criminal mischief.

November 30

-Josue David Martinez Villegas, contempt of traffic court-FTA for failing to appear.

-Josue David Martinez Villegas, dangerous drugs-PDP drug paraphernalia.

Dec 1

-Daniel Ashton McClary, Public Crimes -AW aka Writ of Stop.

Pelham

22 november

-Joseph Booth, 53, of Mobile, illegal possession of 1st degree marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of a controlled substance.

-John Ezelle, 28, of Mobile, illegal possession of 1st degree marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal possession of a controlled substance.

-Reginald Roberts, 54, of Mobile, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of 1st degree marijuana and illegal possession of a controlled substance.

23 november

-Dewayne Robbins, 42, of Montgomery, aka warrants.

-Khalea Jackson, 22, of Vestavia Hills, aka warrants.

-Thomas Stinson, 48, from Birmingha, alias warrants.

24 november

-Mason Weathers, 28, Alabaster, DUI Alcohol and Controlled Substance.

25 november

-Josef Ransom, 24, of Birmingham, speeding and failing to show insurance.

November 28

-Gerson Pavon Figueroa, 22, from Hoover, DUI-influence of alochol.

-Jacqueline Corona, 20, of Pinson, 3rd degree domestic violence and switched tag.

-Arthur Smith, 55, of Chelsea, 3rd degree domestic violence.



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CWG women’s cricket debut: Women’s cricket set to make Commonwealth Games debut in Birmingha, host England secured direct qualification https://i-friesland.com/cwg-womens-cricket-debut-womens-cricket-set-to-make-commonwealth-games-debut-in-birmingha-host-england-secured-direct-qualification/ Thu, 19 Nov 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/cwg-womens-cricket-debut-womens-cricket-set-to-make-commonwealth-games-debut-in-birmingha-host-england-secured-direct-qualification/ Women’s cricket game for the debut of the CWG. & nbsp | & nbspPhoto credit: & nbspAP Highlights Women’s cricket set to debut at 2022 Commonwealth Games A total of eight teams will qualify for the event, ICC announced Host nation England have been directly admitted to the competition Women’s cricket is set to make […]]]>


Women’s cricket game for the debut of the CWG. & nbsp | & nbspPhoto credit: & nbspAP

Highlights

  • Women’s cricket set to debut at 2022 Commonwealth Games
  • A total of eight teams will qualify for the event, ICC announced
  • Host nation England have been directly admitted to the competition

Women’s cricket is set to make its debut at the 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG), which takes place in Birmingham. The International Cricket Council (ICC) made the historic announcement on Wednesday November 18th. The top six teams in the T20I rankings in April 2021 will be entered directly into the eight-team competition.

Given that the event will take place in Birmingham, England have secured direct entry. The winning team of the qualifying tournament will take eighth place. The ICC will be announcing the fixtures and details of the qualifying tournament soon.

At CWG 2022, this will only be the second time that cricket has been part of the quadrennial event. Returning to the 1998 CWG, 16 men’s teams participated in the tournament. Since there was no T20I at the time, the teams played over 50 games. South Africa beat Australia to win the gold medal.

Interestingly, Caribbean players will play for their respective countries in the qualifying tournament. In 1998, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda and Barbados qualified for the CWG.

Manu Sawhney, Chief Executive of ICC, thanked the CWG federation for its support and added that the Umbrella Commission (ICC) is committed to the growth of women’s cricket.

“Cricket at the Commonwealth Games is a fantastic opportunity for us to continue to develop women’s football globally. We are committed to accelerating that growth and sustaining the momentum we have created over the past few years, which recently saw 86,174 fans come together. MCG for the 2020 ICC T20 Women’s World Cup Final, ”he said.

“I thank the Commonwealth Games Federation for their support and for making this possible. We share with them the vision of greater equality, fairness and opportunity in sport and I am sure Birmingham 2022 will help us achieve our goals. common goals. “

The inclusion of Cricket will also be a big boost for the English public. Even though the 2019 World Cup was contested in England, the event was not much talked about there. Only the final of the tournament, played between England and New Zealand, was free on the air. Cricket is not currently the most watched sport in the UK.

Reacting to the announcement, England’s 50-year-old World Cup winner Heather Knight said 2022 would be a huge year for them and said: “It’s incredibly exciting that we are going to participate in the Commonwealth Games at home. This is an event that I have watched many times and never really imagined participating in it, so it is really special. It is another fantastic opportunity for the game of cricket, with a live coverage on the BBC, and the chance to reach the thousands of fans who enjoy attending multidisciplinary events. “

“We can’t wait to be in Birmingham among all the other athletes, and we’re counting back to 2022 – it will be a huge year for us and for women’s cricket in general,” she added.

CWG 2022 is scheduled for July 28 through August 8.



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Arrest reports for the week of November 15, 2020 – Shelby County Reporter https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-november-15-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ Wed, 18 Nov 2020 08:00:00 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/arrest-reports-for-the-week-of-november-15-2020-shelby-county-reporter/ The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from October 1 to November 1. ten: Alabaster November 3 -Ray Devonta Kendrick, 21, Tuscaloosa, failure to register vehicle, failure to comply with court orders. -Brenda Stidman Barton, 71, of Cullman, possession of a controlled substance. -Aljuan Elreco Datcher, 28, of […]]]>

The following people were arrested and charged by the Shelby County Municipal Police Department from October 1 to November 1. ten:

Alabaster

November 3

-Ray Devonta Kendrick, 21, Tuscaloosa, failure to register vehicle, failure to comply with court orders.

-Brenda Stidman Barton, 71, of Cullman, possession of a controlled substance.

-Aljuan Elreco Datcher, 28, of Sylacauga, fourth degree property theft.

November 4

-Bragan Mark Ingle, 29, of Helena, absent.

-Dana Hill, 30, from Birmingham, aka brief stop.

-Amanda Baker, 32, of Alabaster, fourth degree property theft.

November 5

-Markese Jamal Bell, 30, from Calera, DUI-alcohol, resisting arrest.

-Fanando Durell James, 35, from Calera, non-compliance, warrant of capias (three counts).

-Stanley Joe Davis, 57, of Selma, alias attorney, capias attorney (three counts).

-Kristy Suzanne Parker, 45, from Montevallo, alias proxy, capias mandate.

November 6

-Carlos Tafoya, 33, from Birmingham, DUI-alcohol.

November 7

-Tawanda Renea Lewis, 39, of Montgomery, fourth degree property theft.

-William Anthony Ely, 25, of Woodstock, Alabama, aka Warrant.

-Lauren Laverne Robinson, 23, of Birmingham, third degree attack.

November 8

-Wendy Stewart Sandlin, 49, Anniston, failure to register vehicle, driving while license suspended, aka warrant (two counts)

-Michael James McGrath, 28, of Maylene, third degree domestic violence.

-Jamario Devon Rhinehart, 30, of Alabaster, fourth degree property theft.

November 9

-Jeremy Rashad Crowder, 34, of Birmingham, aka brief arrest (two counts).

-Katherine Ann Reynolds, 41, of Maylene, aka Brief Stop.

Calera

November 2

-Russell Earl Gandy, 57, of Morris, Alabama, DUI-alcohol.

-Steven Isaiah Absher, 21, of Wilton, failing to appear (four counts).

-Evan Blake Thompson, 55, of Calera, DUI-alcohol.

-Phillip Henry Rodda III, 37, of Montevallo, no appearance (three counts).

November 3

-Jacob Lee Alexander, 30, of Alabaster, no appearance.

-Anthony Oquan Purnell, 35, of Montevallo, no appearance.

-Davida Yvette Taylor, 36, of Calera, first degree criminal trespass.

-Nathan Lee Ray, 22, from Helena, did not show up.

-Shikil Irvin Spence, 27, of Jemison, failing to appear (three counts).

-Zachary Ryan Able, 21, from Calera, agency assistant.

November 4

-Regina Leigh Price, 49, of Maplesville, shoplifting.

-Richard Lewis Nelms Jr., 40, of Montevallo, missed appearance (two counts).

-Collin Witt Lumpkin, 31, of Wellington, Alabama, did not show up.

-Jamerius Eugene Underwood, 28, of Hoover, absent.

-James Douglas Storey, 39, of Calera, DUI-alcohol.

-Andraius Dion Burns, 36, of Montevallo, DUI combination substance, improper use of the road, attempt to evade, possession of a controlled substance – cocaine, possession of second degree marijuana.

-Juvenal Jimenez Rodriguez, 41, of Pelham, DUI-alcohol.

November 5

-William Gene Sailes II, 31, of Calera, trying to evade.

-Kierra Meshae Riley, 30, of Montevallo, no appearance.

-Christopher Wayne Hurst, 30, of Jemison, failing to appear (two counts).

-Scott Bynum Lawson, 52, of Calera, third degree domestic violence.

-Casey Lynn Morton, 45, of Pell City, did not show up.

November 6

-Gwendolyn Lanet Joiner, 41, of Shelby, absent.

-Jefferson Simone Lutz, 45, of Montevallo, no appearance (two counts).

November 7

-Stanton Blaine Williams, 19, of Calera, possession of a controlled substance – cocaine, drug paraphernalia.

November 8

-Jared Dakota Frost, 30, of Montevallo, absent.

-Gene Paul Hogan, 51, of Cleveland, Tennessee, shoplifting.

-Jase Allan Rogers, 19, of Verbena, no appearance.

Columbiana

October 1st

-Austin Wayne Hill, 19, did not show up.

-Denaisha Jachole Norwood, 19, absent.

October 7

-Charlene Cumberland, 55, absent.

October 8

-Chaltine Dewan Prentice, 34, no appearance (two counts).

-Timothy Lynn Blankenship, 40, fourth degree property theft.

-Chase Evan Lange Cavitt, 18, threatening, underage in possession of alcohol.

October 9

-Nina Larae Dulaney, 31, did not show up.

October 13

-Sandra Beth Sandefur, 57, did not show up.

October 15

-William Matthew Lawson, 34, did not show up.

October 18

-Randy Washington, 58, DUI.

-James Christopher Green, 48, no appearance (two counts).

October 19

-Kayla Renee Davis, 31, did not show up.

-Hollie Seward Cholewinski, 38, no appearance.

-Madison Evelyn Mehrtens, 29, theft in a public building.

-Jordan Littlejohn, 27, fourth degree property theft.

20 october

-Alisha Danielle Horton, 21, failure to appear (two counts), driving a vehicle without insurance (two counts).

21st of October

-Roger Rhinehart, 30, second degree burglary.

24 october

-Shaterika Luella Louise Simon, 20, no appearance.

October 27

-Edward Trestan Buie, 34, harassing communications.

October 28

-Tiffany Shae Harris, 32, harasses communications.

29 october

-Natasha Marie Davis, 40, third degree stroke.

-Jason Lee Davis, 20, failure to appear (four counts).

October 31

-Robert William Tucker, 38, possession of controlled substance, DUI controlled substance, drug paraphernalia.

Helena

November 5

-Jerry Gene Whittaker, 32, DUI alcohol.

-Kristie Rene Smith Tomlin, 45, jumping on second degree bail.

November 8

-John David Carden, 51, possession of second-degree marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug accessories.

November 9

-Shauna La Rae McGiboney, 41, jumping on second degree bail.

Montevallo

November 6

-Bill Gene Stone, dangerous drugs-Methamphetamine-own.

November 10

-Deondra Lashawn Johnson, public order crimes -AW aka writ of arrest.

-Tamika Lashawn Palmer, Arrest Assisting Agency.

Pelham

November 3

-John Kral, 59, from Pelham, harassment.

-Tiffany Gordon, 39, of Pelham, AKA Tenure.

-Ashley Perrine, 20, Alpine, 3rd degree domestic violence.

-Zachary Able, 21, from Calera, aka Mandate.

-Brent Hastings, 21, of Pelham, aka warrants.

November 4

-Jacqueta Johnson, 44, from Calera, over 70, highway.

-Jonathan Wedgeworth, 38, of Hoover, 3rd degree stroke.

-Aliceson Ohara, 39, from Bessemer, proof of invalid insurance, driving in suspension and speeding.

November 5

-Bragan Ingle, 29, from Helena, DUI-.08 BAC or above.

November 6

-Leeann Jernigan, 20, of Pelham, endangers the well-being of the child.

-Shakayla Mannie, 20, of Birmingham, tag expired and driving in suspension.

-Robert Kelly, 61, of Birmingham, DUI-.08 BAC or above.

November 7

-Kenneth Blackman, 19, Birmingham, illegal 2nd degree possession of marijuana and wearing a pistole without a license.

-Jayla Givan, 28, from Birmingha, labels expired and failure to display insurance.

-Randy Nichols, 49, of Birmingham, driving during dismissal and no tags / labels not clearly visible.

-Alan McGill, 26, of Hoover, public poisoning, unauthorized use of vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia.

-Jose Moran Mujo, 29, from Tuscaloosa, DUI-.08 BAC or above.

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2 candidates vying for 48th District Court Judge in Bloomfield Township | National and global news https://i-friesland.com/2-candidates-vying-for-48th-district-court-judge-in-bloomfield-township-national-and-global-news/ Wed, 08 Apr 2020 22:45:40 +0000 https://i-friesland.com/2-candidates-vying-for-48th-district-court-judge-in-bloomfield-township-national-and-global-news/ Two candidates are vying for a place to be a judge at the 48th District Court for the Township of Bloomfield. Kevin Kevelighan and outgoing judge Kimberly Small both hope to serve a six-year term, which covers the charter townships of Bloomfield and West Bloomfield and the towns of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard […]]]>


Two candidates are vying for a place to be a judge at the 48th District Court for the Township of Bloomfield.

Kevin Kevelighan and outgoing judge Kimberly Small both hope to serve a six-year term, which covers the charter townships of Bloomfield and West Bloomfield and the towns of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake Village and Sylvan Lake.

Kevelighan, 42, holds a bachelor’s degree in health social sciences with a specialization in psychology, economics and biology from Michigan State University – graduated in May 1994. He also received his JD from the law school of the University of Detroit Mercy in December 1999.

Since 2000 he has worked at Kevelighan & Kevelighan, PC, focusing on consumer mortgages and foreclosure defense with his wife Tracey and father D. Lawrence.

He has no political or board experience.

“I am very familiar with the law and my legal career has continually included extensive legal research and drafting projects both as a former lawyer to Judge Michael A. Martone and during my fourteen years of law practice. ”Said Kevenlighan. “I have good judgment and, as a district court judge, my decisions will stand up to the most scrutiny.

“I’m naturally fair and open-minded which will bring consistency and provide an unwavering appearance of fairness and openness, while my listening skills keep things on topic by asking the right ones.” questions to get straight to the heart of the problems. ”

Justice Small, 54, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctor from Detroit College of Law – which she obtained by taking night classes, while working full time. time.

Small has been a judge of the 48th District Court since 1996 and was re-elected in 2002 and 2008. She is also serving a fourth term as Chief Justice appointed by the Supreme Court.

In addition to serving as a judge, Small has served on 12 boards and committees, past and present, including the Executive Committee for the Child Abuse and Neglect Council, the Oakland Coordinating Council against Domestic Violence, Board Member directors of the William Booth Legal Aid Clinic, a member of the Bloomfield Women’s Forum and more.

“I am dedicated and passionate about our community,” Small said. “For eighteen years I have had the privilege of being your District Judge. I have a proven track record of protecting our families, raising our children, and maintaining high standards in our community so that it remains a safe and beautiful place for all of us. Who you elect as judge is a critical decision – I’m asking for your vote. “

For more information, kevinkevelighan4judge.com and judgesmall2014.com



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