Your Search Returned 92 tagged news reports
Nearly one month after announcing that he had cancer, Jefferson County Manager Tony Petelos today returned to work at the downtown courthouse for the first time. Petelos had said he planned to take a leave of absence beginning this month, but opted
Jefferson County does not have the staff to assist the Birmingham Board of Education with a special election to increase property taxes for the city, County Manager Tony Petelos said today. "It would be very difficult at this time" to hold the
Jefferson County Manager Tony Petelos is grateful for the Red Cross. Not just because of the organization's efforts to help the county recover from recent tornadoes, or their aid for those affected by apartment fires while he was mayor of Hoover.
Jefferson County Manager Tony Petelos this morning announced he has cancer and will take a leave of absence beginning in June. Petelos told county commissioners and department heads today during their weekly meetings...Petelos said he has been
The Jefferson County Commission continues to play catch up with past due invoices as its finance committee today approved a resolution to pay $49,000 to a vendor not paid since Oct. 1. The committee recommended payment of $49,007 to an area Mental
Contracts with four area medical providers to offer services to indigent patients at Cooper Green Mercy Health Services have been agreed to in principle, County Manager Tony Petelos said today. Deals to provide for inpatient care, primary care and
A court appointed receiver has taken charge of reviewing every contract that comes into Jefferson County, slowing operations of the government, some officials say. Nearly 1,300 contracts came through the county in 2012, according to recent figures.
Jefferson County may not be in the hospital business anymore, but it's definitely on the mend, County Manager Tony Petelos told the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce today. The county has emerged from bankruptcy in a trimmed-down form and has a bright
No matter how hard Jefferson County Commissioners may try to address the problems of the past; reminders always seem to surface that they haven't addressed all of the past problems...On Monday, a court-appointed receiver and his team assumed direct
Heavy rains across Jefferson County this week caused more than mass flooding. It also caused a rift between the county manager and a county commissioner over spending on road repairs. Commissioner Jimmie Stephens said he's been trying to get work