Solid Waste Department
On October 4, 1993, the Coffee County Commission established mandatory participation in, subscription to, and payment for the Coffee County collection and disposal services for solid waste.The county adopted the rules and regulations of the state of Alabama Department of Public Health regarding solid waste collection and disposal.
Currently Coffee County contracts with and the collection and disposal services are provided by Advanced Disposal Services, Inc.
The county has personnel located in the County Commission office who are available to take your application, explain the services, and receive payments.
Solid Waste Enforcement Officer
(334) 894-5556 ext.235
Dean Blair is the Enforcement Officer with the County Commission Solid Waste Division. He came to this office in April 2012 with over 25 years of Law Enforcement experience. He attended Enterprise State Jr. College and Troy University where he majored in Criminal Justice.
Dean is responsible for the enforcement and compliance of residential mandatory garbage collection and works with the solid waste contractor to ensure compliance with the county contract as approved by the county commission. He monitors customer payment records to ensure compliance and files appropriate legal action as directed. He also works to resolve customer/contractor issues and investigates illegal dumpsites within the county.
He is married to Melonee, who is a Vice President/Branch Manager of a local bank. They have a son and daughter-in-law, Brian and Megan Blair. He and Melonee are members of Basin Baptist Church where he serves as deacon.
Laouida Miller is the Solid Waste Clerk for Coffee County. She came to work with the county in August 2006. She had been employed with Kleinert’s, Inc. of Alabama in Elba for twenty-seven years. She received an associate degree from Lurleen B. Wallace Community College in 2005.
Laouida enjoys meeting and talking with all solid waste customers of Coffee County. She takes new applications, provides information, and works with customers to resolve any problems. She performs numerous duties within the department, including collections of past due accounts.
Laouida has two children and three grandchildren. She attends Mount Olive Baptist Church in the Pine Level Community.
Gina began working in county government in 1988 as a tag clerk in the Coffee County Judge of Probate where she worked for 16 years, and also served as office manager for 7 of those years. After serving these years of service she worked part-time with Judge of Probate balancing the books. She began her service with the Commission Office as part time in January 2010 before starting full time in September 2012.
Gina will be at the front desk to greet you as you enter the Commission Office. She accepts payments for all county revenues and assists the Chief Accountant with a wide variety of bookkeeping functions on a daily basis.
Gina is married to Steve, and they have three children -Abby, Hayley and Aaron- and is a member of El Bethel Assembly of God Church in New Brockton.