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On Thursday, the board approved securing the loan through the State Department of Education’s capital outlay pool warrant. Athens will use the money to construct new roofs for Athens High, Athens Middle, and Julian Newman Elementary. “We’ve got severe leaks, and this is long overdue,” said Superintendent Orman Bridges Jr. “We’re using buckets now to catch the water, and of course, we’ve got a lot of technology in our schools that we need to consider. “The board is borrowing $1. 273 million at an interest rate of 4. 129 percent for 20 years, which means the board also will pay $622,050 in interest.
If you want to make David Bronner laugh, run for public office, win and then suggest that he change the way he runs the Retirement Systems of Alabama. Bronner is RSA’s chief executive officer and manages the pension fund for 290,000 public employees and retirees. It is the 14th largest internally managed pension fund in America. He told the 117 people at Doublehead Resort on Thursday for the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting, that when he assumed the helm RSA wasn’t the “monster” that it is today.
David Bronner, center, chief executive officer of the Retirement Systems of Alabama, chats with Clint Owens, left, a former chairman of the Lawrence County Industrial Development Board. “When I got there nearly 30 years ago there was $500 million and the state owed us $1. 5 billion,” he said. Two years ago, before the stock market dropped, there was $27 billion and today there is $25 billion.