Double Springs Town Council

Park improvements near completion


A portion of the track is paved at the Mike Gilbreath Memorial Park in Double Springs. A part still unpaved can be seen above the asphalt in the photo. Though still closed, the construction company will have the park completed soon.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - Damage to the walking track at Mike Gilbreath Memorial Park, due to time, weather and roots, caused the park to be closed in February of this year for renovations. According to reports at the town meeting Monday, Sept. 14, the repaving of the track and lighting are the only issues left to complete before the park reopens.

Double Springs appoints new council members


Double Springs Mayor Elmo Robinson, center, welcomes new council members Brittney Tucker and Andy McSpadden.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - After a 15-minute executive session discussing the good name and character of individuals, the Double Springs Town Council took action Monday, April 13, to fill two vacancies--one left by the death of Bill Hawkins, the other by the resignation of Bart Seymour.

Two council seats declared vacant


Mayor Elmo Robinson declares two council seats vacant: Bill Hawkins’, deceased, and Bart Seymour’s. From left are Adam Veal, council member; Kim Ownby, city clerk; Robinson, Hobby Walker, council member and Seymour.
DOUBLE SPRINGS - When Bill Hawkins passed away on Tuesday, Feb. 25, it left a council seat vacant at the Town of Double Springs. As events unfolded at the town council meeting Monday, March 9, another seat became available when Mayor Elmo Robinson read a resignation letter by council member Bart Seymour. Seymour’s resignation is due to him no longer living in the city limits.