Hamilton thanks organizations helping during water crisis

Pictured are three trailers full of water cases delivered to Hamilton during the August water crisis.

By Louis Mellini
Staff writer
HAMILTON — The City of Hamilton signed a resolution thanking three entities who delivered aid to the city during the water crisis which took place in August.
Just two months ago, Hamilton faced a dangerous water situation when silt contaminated the Buttahatchee River due to a broken dam.
Many in Hamilton went without water, and several people in and out of the city came to help distribute water to those who needed it.
During the Hamilton City Council meeting on Monday, Oct. 16, the Hamilton City Council signed the resolution officially thanking four of the many that helped deliver trucks of water and aid to Hamilton during the crisis.
“This is a resolution to recognize and appreciate different entities for what they have done (during) the water crisis, as far as sending water and aid. Those people were Allison Bright from the board of directors at the Cullman Power Board, Bryan Dove from the board of directors at the Cullman/Jefferson County Gas District, Mark Maddox and Tiffany Jackson from Milo’s Tea Company and Holly Morton and Melissa Garrison from

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