County Opioid Summit set for August 16th

The Alleghany County Opioid Summit will be held Wednesday, August 16th at 9:00 am in the Commisisoners Meeting Room at 348 South Main Street.  The purpose of the Forum is to engage local elected leaders in an informed discussion about the opioid epidemic, and develop collaborative strategies that enhance prevention, education, and treatment.  The public is encouraged to attend.

Beautification Ordinance (formerly referred to as Nuisance Ordinance)

Here is the proposed Alleghany County Beautification Ordinance (formerly referred to as the Nuisance Ordinance).  Please click on the attached link to view the document.  You may comment in the following ways:

#1) You may complete the comment field below

#2) You may send an email to manageralc@skybest.com

#3) You may mail a letter to County Manager, PO Box 366, Sparta, NC 28675

Thank you all for your input.Beautification Ordinance of Alleghany County (Proposed)

Alleghany County Awards Animal Shelter Contract

July 20, 2017

 

Sparta, NC – The Alleghany County Commissioners today announced a new 5 year contract with Twin Oaks Veterinary Hospital to manage the county animal shelter.  Twin Oaks has managed the county animal shelter since its inception in the mid 1990’s.

 “We are pleased to renew our contractual relationship with Twin Oaks Veterinary Hospital for 5 more years,” stated Alleghany County Manager Michael James.  “I have personally enjoyed getting to know Dr. Nash Williams and his dedicated staff in my time here in Alleghany County.  The shelter animals are in good hands.  We are also pleased to continue our buying locally theme.”   

“On behalf of the Board of Commissioners, I would like to thank Dr. Williams and his team for their selfless work for these many years,” stated Mark Evans, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners.  “We appreciate everything they have done for the County.”     

Dr. Nash Williams, the Owner of Twin Oaks Veterinary Hospital added, “I am pleased to have a new contract with the County.  We’ve had an excellent relationship for many years.  My team works hard to get these animals adopted and keep our euthanasia rate very low.” 

For more information on Alleghany County’s buying locally efforts, go to http://alleghanycounty-nc.gov/announcements/category/buying-locally/.

 

For More Information Contact:

Michael James

Alleghany County Manager

manageralc@skybest.com

(336) 372-4179

Alleghany County Awards Fuel Oil Bid to Home Town Oil

July 18, 2017 

Sparta, NC – The Alleghany County Commissioners today announced the awarding of the 2017/2018 fuel oil contract to Home Town Oil & LP Gas, LLC, of Sparta.  Home Town will provide fuel oil for county buildings as well as the Crisis Fuel Assistance Program through the Department of Social Services.  The County estimates it will purchase about 5,000 gallons of fuel depending on the severity of the winter. 

“We are pleased to award the fuel oil bid to Home Town Oil & LP Gas, LLC again this year,” stated Alleghany County Manager Michael James.  “With the current emphasis on spending locally, we are always excited when an Alleghany County business wins a bid.”   

“Home Town Oil has been serving us well the last several years and is a valuable partner.  Jackie Billings and his team have always gone above and beyond to help my team,” stated Josh Greene, Alleghany County Public Works Director.  His team works directly with the fuel oil vendor to supply the county buildings.     

Jackie Billings, the Owner of Home Town Oil added, “I am excited to once again secure the County’s business.  It has been a mutually beneficial relationship.” 

For more information on Alleghany County’s buying locally efforts, go to http://alleghanycounty-nc.gov/announcements/category/buying-locally/. 

For More Information Contact:

Michael James

Alleghany County Manager

manageralc@skybest.com

(336) 372-4179

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