Section 45-18-70.02

Link to law: http://alisondb.legislature.state.al.us/alison/codeofalabama/1975/45-18-70.02.htm
Published: 2015

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Section 45-18-70.02

Section 45-18-70.02Commission districts.

For the purpose of this article , and for future elections of associate members of the county commission, Conecuh County is divided into five separate geographical districts, to be numbered 1 to 5, inclusive, and are described as follows:



DISTRICT 1



Start at the southeastern-most corner of the county, where Conecuh County, Covington County, and Escambia County meet; go west along the Conecuh River following the county line to the Sepulga River; go north along the Sepulga River following the Conecuh County line to Brooklyn; go west along the Conecuh County line to the second unpaved road, south of County Road 6, just east of Feagin Creek; go north along this unpaved road to County Road 6; go east along County Road 6 to County Road 29; go north on County Road 29 to the first unpaved road, just north of Franklintown, on the east side of County Road 29; continue to go east along the unpaved road which forks, until you come to the second unpaved road on the south side of this unpaved road; then go south on the second unpaved road a short distance until you come to Ard Creek; go east along Ard Creek to where it intersects Dry Creek; continue east along the creek until it intersects with Bottle Creek; go south along Bottle Creek to County Road 42; then go north along 42 to the first unpaved road north of the Horton Cemetery on the north side of 42 and north of Pleasant Hill Road; go north along this unpaved road until it runs into the J.P. Howard road; go north along the J.P. Howard Road a short distance until it intersects with the first unpaved road, known as Old Town Road; go north along the Old Town Road to Hwy. 84 in the Old Town Community; continue north along the Old Town Road to Hwy. 31; then travel southwest along Hwy. 31 heading toward the City of Evergreen, until you come to Mill Creek; go north along Mill Creek to the first unpaved road; then go west along the centerline of the unpaved road to County Road 77, thence go south along the centerline of 77 a short distance to the City Limits of Evergreen; thence go south along the city limits on the eastern most side of Evergreen to the intersection of U.S. Hwy. 31; thence go west along U.S. Hwy. 31 (Perryman Street); thence go northeast long the centerline of Front Street to McMillian Street; thence go east along the centerline of McMillian Street to the intersection of Shipp Street; then go north along the centerline of Shipp Street to North Main; then go northwest along the centerline of North Main a short distance to Pierce Street; then go northeast along the centerline of Pierce Street to the intersection of Willie Rodgers Road; then go northwest along the centerline of Willie Rodgers Road to the railroad tracks; then go northeast long the centerline of the railroad tracks to city limits boundary on the north side of the City of Evergreen; thence go east along the city limits boundary to a unnamed tributary to Mill Creek; then go north, then northeast along the unnamed tributary to the intersection of a unpaved road; then go north along the unpaved road to County Road 22; continue west on County Road 22 a short distance to the intersection of the railroad tracks; then go east along the railroad tracks to the Conecuh/Butler County line; go to the eastern-most corner of the Conecuh/Butler County lines where they meet the Covington County line, just east of Shreve; then go south along the Conecuh/Covington County line until you come to the Conecuh River-the point of origin for District 1.



DISTRICT 2



Begin on the east side of the County at the northwestern most point of District 4 on the Conecuh/Butler County Line where Duck Creek and Sepulga River meet; then go north along the Conecuh/Butler County Line to the Monroe County Line; go west along the Conecuh/Monroe County Line on the west side of Conecuh County Line; go along Highway 1 to intersection of County Road 5, then go south along County Road 5 to the intersection of County Road 7, northeast of Repton; go south along County Road 7 to U.S. 84; go east on Highway 84 to Burnt Corn Creek; go north along Burnt Corn Creek to County Road 20; go east along County Road 20 across County Road 15 (at Brantley's Switch) and continue south along County Road 20 to the first unpaved road; go south along this road to Otter Creek; follow creek south to the first unpaved road; then go north along this unpaved road to County Road 20; cross County Road 20 and continue north on a unpaved road to County Road 4; go east on County Road 4 a short distance to Murder Creek; Go north along Murder Creek to first unpaved road; go north on first unpaved road to County Road 22; go southeast on County Road 22 to first unpaved road; follow loop on north side of road until it returns to County Road 22; go east on County Road 22 to Alabama State Road 83; go south on Alabama State Road 83 to Cane Creek; go northeast on Cane Creek to County Road 30 (known as the Middle Road); go County Road 30 south to Evergreen City Limits; go west along Evergreen City Limits to Westside Road (known as Thomas Road); go south on Westside Road to Alabama Highway 83 within city limits of Evergreen; go east on Alabama State Road 83 to Wild Avenue; go south along wild Avenue to U.S. Highway 31; go north on U.S. Highway 31 to Belleville Street at the Railroad Tracks; go north along the Railroad Tracks to Willie Rodgers Road; go north along Willie Rodgers Road across County Road 29 (known as the Owassa Road) to I-65; go north along I-65 to County Road 22; go west on County Road 22 to County Road 19; go north on County Road 19 to Tomley's Creek; follow creek east to County Road 29; go north on County Road 29 to Sepulga River; go east on Sepulga River to the Conecuh/Butler Line; the point of origin.



DISTRICT 3



Begin on the west side of Conecuh County on the Conecuh/Monroe County Line north of Repton where County Road 5 and County Road 7 meet. Follow County Road 5 (The Old Stage Road) south, along the western border of Conecuh County; when you come to the southwestern most corner of the Conecuh County Line, go east along the Conecuh/Escambia County Line to the first unpaved road east of Feagin Creek, between Castleberry and Brooklyn; go north on this unpaved road to County Road 6; then go west on County Road 6 to the Castleberry City Limits; when County Road 6 intersects the city limits follow the city limits boundary going due west to the first unnamed street on the north side of County Road 6; go north on unnamed street to the next unnamed street at the old Castleberry Pool; go west on unnamed street to U.S. Highway 31; go north on Highway 31 a short distance to panther Creek; go west along Panther Creek to County Road 17; go west on County Road 17 across I-65 until it dead ends at a paved road; take this short paved road northwest to Conecuh County Road 15; go north on County Road 15 to the second unpaved road; go west on this unpaved road to Burnt Corn Creek; go north on Burnt Corn Creek to U.S. Highway 84; go west on U.S. Highway 84 to County Road 7; go north on County Road 7 to County Road 5 at the Conecuh/Monroe County Line; the point of origin.



DISTRICT 4



Begin at the intersection of Belleville Street and Railroad tracks then go northeast on the railroad tracks to the Willie Rodgers Road then go northwest along the Willie Rodgers Road to Interstate 65; then go northeast along I-65 to County Road 22; go west along 22 to the intersection of County Road 19; go north along 19 to Tomley Creek; go northeast along Tomley Creek to County Road 29; then go north on C.R. 29 to the Sepulga River; go southeast along the Sepulga River to the Conecuh/Butler County Line; go east along the Conecuh/Butler County Line to the railroads track; then go southwest along the railroad tracks to County Road 22; then go east on County Road 22 a short distance to the first unpaved road to the south; go south on the unpaved road to a unnamed tributary to Mill Creek; go southwest on unnamed tributary to the City Limits of Evergreen; go west along the City Limits to the railroad tracks continue southwest on railroad tracks to the intersection of the Willie Rodgers Road; then go southeast along the Willie Rodgers Road to Pierce Street; then go Southwest along Pierce Street to North Main Street; then go southeast along North Main to Shipp Street; go south on Shipp Street to McMillian Street; go west on McMillian Street to Front Street then go southwest on Front Street to U.S. Hwy. 31/84 (Perryman Street); go east on U.S. 31/84 to the eastern most boundary of the City of Evergreen; go north along this boundary to County Road 77; then go north along 77 to the intersection of the first unpaved road; then go east along the unpaved road to Mill Creek; go south along Mill Creek to U.S. 31/84; then go east along U.S. Hwy. 31/84 to where U.S. Hwy. 84 turns east, continue on U.S. 31 north to the first unpaved road to the south; go south along unpaved road to U.S. Hwy. 84 (Old Town Church); continue south on the unpaved road across U.S. Hwy. 84 to County Road 42; go southeast on County Road 42 to Ard Creek; then go west on Ard Creek to County Road 29; then go southeast along 29 to the intersection of County Road 6; go west along 6 to Murder Creek; then go north along Murder Creek to the power line; go northeast along the power line to County Road 29; go north along 29 to Sandy Creek; go west along Sandy Creek to a unnamed tributary; go north on unnamed tributary to Sandy Creek to Heading Mill Road; then go north on Heading Mill Road to Factory Street; then go north on Factory Street to Avenue "C"; then go east on Avenue "C" to Magnolia Avenue; then go north on Magnolia Avenue to Belleville Street; The go west on Belleville Street to the intersection of the Railroad tracks, the point of Beginning.



DISTRICT 5



Begin at the point where Murder Creek and County Road 6 meet just east of the Castleberry City Limits; go west on County Road 6 to the first unnamed street on the north side of County Road 6; go north on unnamed street to next unnamed street at the Old Castleberry Pool; go west on Unnamed street to U.S. Highway 31; go north a short distance on U.S. 31 to Panther Creek; follow Panther Creek west to County Road 17; go west on County Road 17 across I-65 until it dead ends at a paved road; take this short paved road north to County Road 15; go north on County Road 15 to the third unpaved road; go west on this unpaved road to Burnt Corn Creek; go north on Burnt Corn Creek to County Road 20; go east along County Road 20 across County Road 15 (at Brantley's Switch) and continue south along County Road 20 to the first unpaved road; go south this road to Otter Creek; follow the creek south to the first unpaved road; then go north along this unpaved road to County Road 20; cross County Road 20 and continue on unpaved road to County Road 4; go east on County Road 4 a short distance to Murder Creek; go north along Murder Creek to first unpaved road; go north on first unpaved road to County Road 22; go south east on County Road 22 to first unpaved road; then follow loop on north side of unpaved road until it returns to County Road 22; go east on County Road 22 to State Road 83; go south on State Road 83 to Cane Creek; go north east on Cane Creek to County Road 30; go County Road 30 south to Evergreen City Limits; go west along Evergreen City Limits to Westside Road (know as the Thomas Road); go south on Westside Road to Highway 83 within City Limits of Evergreen; go east on State Road 83 to Wild Avenue; go south along Wild Avenue to Highway 31; go north on Highway 31 to Belleville Street at Railroad Tracks; go east on Belleville Street to Magnolia Avenue; then go south on Magnolia Avenue C; go west on Avenue C to Factory Street; continue south on Factory Street to Heading Mill Road; go south on Heading Mill Road to the first creek; continue south on this creek to where Sandy Creek and County Road 29 meet, just south of Evergreen; go south along County Road 29 to the first power line; then go southwest along that power line to Murder Creek; then go south on Murder Creek to County Road 6, the point of origin.

(Act 86-322, p. 480, §4; Act 89-197, p. 250, §§1-3; Act 2000-466, p. 868, §1.)