James Perkins turn Selma around

Selma Mayor James Perkins. 

Mayor James Perkins Jr. has a loaded slate for 2021.

Just three months in office, he is pushing for tougher COVID enforcement, writing a new budget, hiring department heads for almost every city division, reestablishing departments that were defunded, pushing efforts to reduce crime, urging the community to stop throwing away trash on the side of the road and struggling with contractors to clean up tree debris that has littered the roads since a hurricane in late October.

That’s just to name a few.

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