On January 18, Centreville Press publisher David Daniel had the chance to sit down and interview Miki Mahan Heaton, who has just recently been appointed by Governor Kay Ivey to the Alabama Ironworks Commission.

A recently returned resident of Brierfield, Heaton shared that her parents moved to Bibb County in the late 1960s. Her father, Mike Mahan, was the local dentist, and her mother, Linda Mahan, taught at the University of Montevallo. Heaton went to Montevallo High School and went off to college to seek higher education in South Carolina.

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