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New Cahaba Sun stories

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — Here are some more stories I’ve had published recently in the Cahaba Sun.

First, a feature story on June Mathews, the executive director of the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce, a position she originally did not want.

Second, a story on the Trussville population expectations in the 2020 Census, including a projection of how many people could call the city home by the year 2040.

Next, a story on a program that Trussville City Schools is now a part of, which functions much like Angel Tree.

Finally, a story on new technologies that almost caused the heads of the Trussville Fire and Trussville Police departments to jump from their seats and high-five during a Trussville City Council meeting.

Enjoy!

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