Double Springs Town Council

Double Springs officials concerned about ALDOT plan for intersection

Winston County High School Principal Jeff Cole, right, and School Resource Officer Kent Donaldson have concerns over possible limited visibility, once the project at Highway 33 and County Road 24 is completed. A caution light was installed several years ago, after a traffic study did not warrant a red light, according to state officials.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Although a project by the Alabama Department of Transportation to correct a dangerous intersection at Highway 33 and County Road 24 in Double Springs has now been funded, concerns have been expressed by town officials and law enforcement that the project could cause additional traffic congestion.

Citizens approach Double Springs Town Council about Springs Park's status

This sign off Highway 195 south of the Winston County Courthouse marks the site where future development is planned for a park honoring the heritage of Double Springs. The sign has been up for quite some time, with no visible work done on the property.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The lack of any visible progress on land set aside for a community park brought concerned residents to the Monday, Oct. 9, Double Springs Town Council meeting.

Draft beer, winery requests made to Double Springs Town Council

This pavilion has already been constructed on property owned by Bart Crabtree off Highway 278 at Lakeshore. Crabtree wants to have food trucks, live music and serve alcohol at this location.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - The request to sell draft beer, as well as open a winery in Double Springs were two issues brought to the attention of the Double Springs Town Council, recently.

Double Springs installing license plate readers

Motorists traveling on all of Double Springs main roads, which all intersect at the above area of town, will soon be passing by cameras that read license plates and enter the numbers into a state database to help law enforcement. The exact location of the cameras has not been disclosed.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - A major tool to help the Double Springs Police Department work with other agencies has been approved by the Double Springs Town Council, with the purchase of Flock Safety’s license plate-reading cameras.

Council member stirs waters over city pool

Bradly Comeens, director of Double Springs Park and Recreation and P&R employee Emily Holt at the pool, which has currently been drained in order for work to be done and chemicals checked before it opens.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - One Double Springs Town Council member’s opinion about the condition and lower attendance at the swimming pool at the community center stirred the waters at a recent meeting.