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Employment History

Chairman

Downtown Redevelopment Authority


Chairman

Phenix City Downtown Redevelopment Authority


Chairman

Russell County Democratic Executive Committee


Chairman

DRA


Chief Appraiser

Russell County


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www.ledger-enquirer.com

J.W. Brannen named director; office's grand opening Tuesday
J.W. Brannen, who is retired after working 30 years in the Russell County appraisal office, has been named to the new post. Brannen previously served as the county's chief appraiser and later as the Downtown Redevelopment Authority chairman. Brannen, who was chairman of the authority at the time, had refused to seat the additional council members. Council later rescinded a resolution to dissolve the authority and halted its attempt to add four of its member to the authority. However, Brannen was not reappointed to another six-year term as the authority's chair. Although, at the time officials still said they wanted his input on future economic development. During the meeting Wednesday, Wallace said Brannen was the right pick for the new post.


www.ledger-enquirer.com

The Phenixian has been on hold waiting for the city to gain control of the Triangle, said J.W. Brannen, the chairman of the Downtown Redevelopment Authority."We expect it to happen," Brannen said of The Phenixian."They have over $1.2 million invested.The city had not been able to get its hands on the Triangle, and that was part of the deal with Gilley."The first step to give the property to Troy was taken Wednesday when Phenix City Council voted 4-0 to declare the newly acquired land surplus.Before the property can go to Troy, it must first be transferred to Downtown Redevelopment Authority.That could happen in the next few days, Brannen said.The Redevelopment Authority voted last week to give Brannen the authority to transfer the land to Troy once the city releases it.


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"It's exciting," said J.W. Brannen, chairman of Phenix City's Downtown Redevelopment Authority.


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J.W. Brannen, the chairman of the Russell County Democratic Executive Committee, said the other candidates have not contested the election.


www.ledger-enquirer.com

J.W. Brannen, the chairman of the DRA and the proponent of the option, said acquiring the property under eminent domain would allow the current projects to proceed quickly.Groundbreaking for both The Phenixian and Phenix Rising projects was scheduled for a June/July time frame.Brannen said Ronnie Gilley Properties, the developers of The Phenixian, was ready to get started."I want to send the message to Gilley and the other groups (Tri-State Investment Group LLC) that we are ready to move on riverfront development," Brannen said.


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