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Ivey makes large batch of appointments Wednesday

Appointees include new members of the Alabama Developmental Disabilities Council and several county Boards of Registrars.

Governor Kay Ivey gave remarks during a Broadband Expansion Press Conference at Farmers Telecommunications Headquarters Wednesday January 11, 2023 in Rainsville, Ala. Governor's Office/Hal Yeager

On Wednesday, Gov. Kay Ivey appointed another round of individuals to serve on several boards throughout the state.

The appointees are below.

Appointees for the Town of Hammondsville:

  • Janell Frazier, Mayor
  • Jerry Waters, City Council
  • Sandra Butler, City Council

Appointees to the Sylacauga Civil Service Board:

  • Janean Crawford

Appointees to the Henry County Board of Registrars:

  • Tina Barnes

Appointees to the Clay County Board of Registrars;

  • Janet Robinson

Appointees to the Owens Cross Roads City Council:

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  • Elizabeth Craig

Appointees to the State Board of Auctioneers:

  • Chip Pearce
  • Scott Barnes
  • John Gray
  • Mike Fisher
  • Randall Grissett

Appointees to the Developmental Disabilities Council:

  • Abigail Jones
  • James Valentine
  • Emma Allen
  • Dr. Scott Harris
  • Sara Haynes
  • Joann Craighead
  • The Honorable Jane Burdeshaw
  • The Honorable Jean Brown
  • The Honorable Kimberly Boswell
  • The Honorable Nancy Buckner
  • The Honorable Stephanie Azar
  • Sarah O’Kelley
  • Dr. Graham Sisson
  • James Tucker
  • Dr. Eric Mackey
  • Sonya Banks
  • Theodore Tomeny
  • Hattie Thomas
  • Rina Smith
  • Sherrie Saunders
  • Giselle Nunez
  • Tomeka Mitchell
  • Robert Metty
  • Luis Martinez
  • Ruby Johnson
  • Melissa Hall
  • Trebor Dukes
  • Embry Burrus
  • Melvin Watts
  • Timothy Alexander
  • Howard Crosby
  • Josh Echols
  • Jessica Hissam
  • Carlos Holman
  • Jared Rehm
  • Charles Perry
  • Crystal Lawley
  • Caroline Kimrey

Patrick Darrington is a reporter at the Alabama Political Reporter. You can reach him at [email protected].

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