Town Government of Woodstock, AL
Mayor Rickey Kornegay began his career as the Mayor of Woodstock in 2004. Kornegay, a lifelong area resident, was born two miles from
the town hall. Since the early years of Woodstock, coal has been mined in the area. Mayor Kornegay and his father were both coal miners. It has been a way of life for the Kornegay family.
Upon taking the office as the Mayor of Woodstock, Kornegay wanted to commit his time as Mayor to helping the citizens of the town. He has devoted most of his time served as Mayor in helping the town to grow in size but also with deep ties to the heritage of the community. “We try to offer something for our residents of all ages.” Kornegay stated. “We have a number of active seniors who come to the Woodstock Senior Center for lunch. They feed between 25 to 30 people each day.” One of his goals as Mayor is to help the town to grow with new businesses and residents but for the residents not to forget the heritage of the community. The heritage is what makes Woodstock such a great place to live.
Town Clerk of Woodstock, Faye Gamble has served
as town clerk since 2005. She is a member of the
International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC) which
is a professional, nonprofit, association that promotes
continuing education and certification through university
and college-based institutes and provides networking
solutions, services and benefits to its members worldwide.
Faye Gamble is a very active in the leadership of Woodstock and Bibb County. Faye is a past President of the Bibb County Chamber of Commerce. The Bibb County Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer civic organization comprised of the leading professional and civic minded citizens of Bibb County. In addition to being a very active in Bibb County with leadership positions in various civic organizations thought the county Faye is also a photographer. She enjoys capturing special moments of weddings, childhoods, reunions, etc. Faye is an active member of Reno Baptist Church
The Town of Woodstock operates under a Mayor and Council form of government. The Town of Woodstock council meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6 o’clock at the Town Hall. The Mayor and Council are elected on a four year terms.
The Mayor and Council work as a team to help provide the public with a safe community in which to live and work. They are focusing on helping the community to grow but to keep the quite lifestyle that makes Woodstock most attracting.
The Town of Woodstock operates under the direction of Mayor Rickey Kornegay. The Town of Woodstock Town Council members are:
Ernestine Johnson – ProTem
Municipal Judge: Dennis Steverson, Sr.
1923 7th St.
Tuscaloosa, Al 35401
Dennis Steverson is the Municipal Judge for the Town of Woodstock, Alabama. Judge Steverson handles all criminal misdemeanors and traffic violations for the Town of Woodstock. He also serves as a Special Probate Judge for the County of Tuscaloosa which presides over civil commitment hearings. In 2009 Judge Steverson was appointed by the Supreme Court of Alabama as Special Circuit Judge for Tuscaloosa County to preside over the drug court.
In addition to his judgeship he has a private law practice, Dennis Steverson, LLC. Dennis Steverson, LLC is a general practice law firm with extensive civil and business dealings. Areas of concentration include state and federal litigation in employment and labor issues, criminal and juvenile cases, wills, estates and other probate matters, real estate, eminent domain, administrative hearing and mediation. He has experience in briefing and arguing cases before federal and state courts of appeals. Judge Steverson is a trained certified mediator. He handles disputes between parties in an effort to forestall litigation.