Another story below is about the water tower at the Cotton Mill. The council voted for it to come down on Tuesday night. It takes WMPM two days to report it, however. The article and the claims of the town manager are inaccurate, however. NO, a fence does NOT have to be built around it and $400 in liability insurance paid per year as the cost of inactivity on the issue. That is propaganda as a means to an end. No action means JUST THAT...NO action. It is a bit of dishonesty to claim that the fence and insurance are a cost of inactivity. That just is not so. The cost of inactivity is $0. Don't believe everything you hear on the radio, at a meeting, or read online or in a paper. Also, if we are going to be charged $400 a month for liability insurance on an old tower like that, it is time to shop for a new insurance carrier or method.
Several Selma Buildings Renamed At Mayors Request - At the request of Selma Mayor Charles Hester, several town structures have been named in honor or memory of
Old Water Tower Coming Down - In a split vote, the Selma Town Council has decided to tear down the old Cotton Mill water tower on