Rivercane

New sign provides industrial area with identity
By DON FLETCHER News Staff Writer According to regional economic development officials, the new sign recently placed at the entrance to Atmore’s Rivercane Industrial Park should give an identity to the park, inform motorists what industries operate within the park and help suppliers more easily find the industry to whom they are delivering. The sign, paid for with surplus money from one of the grants obtained two years ago when…
Sonic coming!
If Atmore’s mayor and city council members went home hungry after Monday’s meeting (January 23), there’s a good reason. The city’s governing body spent less than five minutes, including the invocation and Pledge of Allegiance, on a two-item agenda, with both items involving food. First, the council voted unanimously (4-0) to authorize Mayor Jim Staff to “execute and deliver” a warranty deed to SDI Investments LLC, as assignee of Alabama…
Rivercane receives AdvantageSite certification
Atmore city officials got an early Christmas present during the city council’s Monday, Dec. 12, meeting – the last regular council session of the year – when Rivercane Industrial Park was officially designated the 55th industrial development location in Alabama to become certified as an AdvantageSite. The designation, granted by Economic Development Partnership of Alabama, was the result of a collaborative effort between the city, Coastal Gateway Regional Economic Development…