Ross is named as new county engineer

Flomaton High School graduate tapped by county commission to lead engineering office

The Escambia County (Ala.) Commission voted unanimously Monday morning to name Parker Ross as the new county engineer.

It was noted that Brad Solomon, who has served as the interim engineer since the commission voted 3-2 to fire the previous engineer Bill Bridges, will remain in the engineering office as the assistant engineer and the county's chief bridge inspector.

Bridges was fired from his position as county engineer in January after holding that position for 25 years.

Parker, 35, is a 2006 graduate of Flomaton High School and is married to the former Tara Brown, who graduated from FHS in...

 
 
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