At Monday’s meeting of Randolph County Commission, the commissioners voted to approve a new design for the county’s logo. The new logo will be used on all stationary, envelopes and other county documents. The new logo will give the county a new, fresh look.
There are two version of the new logo. One is a circular design tha includes a map of the county, with the names of the four incorporated towns of Woodland, Wedowee, Roanoke and Wadley visible on that map. It also includes the words “Founded 1832” and “Randolph Co. Commission.”
The other is a horizontal design that features that same map of the county and the words “Randolph County Alabama” written in a script font. The logo will be implemented as soon as possible to be incorporated with all of the county’s correspondence and its website.
In other business, the commission:
Appointed Commissioner Pam Johnson to the Alabama County Commission Association legislative committee.
Approved an alcohol license for Josh Bailey owner of Shotgun One in the Omaha Community with Commission Derek Farr abstaining.
Adopted a resolution for a data and cybersecurity policy.
Adopted a resolution for a data breach notification policy.
Approved a bid reduction agreement with Gary Ingram Paving for work to be done on County Roads 17 and 30.
Cancelled the August 24 workshop and August 28 regular meetings.
Heard a report from Sheriff David Cofield there are 90 inmates in the county jail, the most since the new jail opened.