Clay Scofield

Guntersville, ALSand Mountain Reporter

Sen. Clay Scofield elected chair of Broadband Expansion Authority

MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Digital Expansion Authority elected Senator Clay Scofield (R-Guntersville) to be chair of the authority, which is responsible for advising, reviewing, and approving a statewide broadband connectivity plan as outlined in the Connect Alabama Act of 2021 – or SB215 sponsored by Senator Del Marsh (R-Anniston) – signed into law by Gov. Kay Ivey.
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Boaz, ALcityofboaz.org

Financial donation from Senator Clay Scofield

We are honored to have received a financial donation from Senator Clay Scofield and Representative Kerry Rich. The money donated was used to remodel the floor in the turnout locker room and purchase grid lockers for each member to store their bunker gear. BFD members did all the manual labor work, prepped and finished the floor from start to finish.
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