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Town of Millport

Mayor Allred presented Clerk Ferguson a plaque and a proclamation to mark her accomplishment.

The Town of Millport is extremely busy. On Thursday, April 18, 2019, a severe storm went through our small town resulting in many trees down across streets and on several homes. Mayor Stanley Allred, Chief Charles White, Water Superintendent Robby McAdams, Street Superintendent Kyle Shaw, and Street employee Austin Keasler worked tirelessly in the rain to help our citizens as much as they could.

In other news, this summer the Town of Millport will be paving approximately one mile of our city streets with funds from our 4 and 7 cent gas taxes. This has been a long time coming for the Town. We look forward to seeing S. T. Bunn employees in Town helping make our streets better and hopefully, we will be able to do more streets next summer.

Fire TruckMayor Allred and the Town Council commended Town Clerk Linda Ferguson at the Council meeting on Monday, April 22, 2019 for achieving her Certified Municipal Clerk designation in just a little over two years. Clerk Ferguson has work hard to attend as many conferences as she could as well take some other courses to learn more about her job and what it takes to keep a Town running. Mayor Allred presented Clerk Ferguson a plaque and a proclamation to mark her accomplishment.

In December 2018, the Town of Millport and the Millport Volunteer Fire Department were on Santa's nice list and received Christmas early in the form of a new-to-us fire truck. The Volunteer Fire Department is a very important part of our community and work hard to help our citizens in any way they can. We are extremely proud to see this bright, shiny truck available to our citizens.