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1 Suburban Baldwin County, along the Gulf Coast, is the largest county in the state in both land area and water area.
2 Mobile has three routes east across the Mobile River and Mobile Bay into neighboring Baldwin County, Alabama.
3 Baylinc is a public transportation bus service provided by the Baldwin Rural Transit System in cooperation with the Wave Transit System that provides service between eastern Baldwin County and downtown Mobile.
4 Baldwin County is a county located in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Alabama, on the Gulf coast.
5 The U.S. federal government designates Baldwin County as the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley, AL Metropolitan Statistical Area.
6 Baldwin County was established on December 21, 1809, ten years before Alabama became a state.
7 In the first days of Baldwin County, the town of McIntosh Bluff on the Tombigbee River was the county seat.
8 (It is now included in Mobile County, west of Baldwin County.) The county seat was transferred to the town of Blakeley in 1820, and then to the city of Daphne in 1868.
9 While the law was chasing down the fictitious killer during the late hours, the group of Bay Minette men stealthily traveled the seventeen miles (27 km) to Daphne, stole the Baldwin County Courthouse records, and delivered them to the city of Bay Minette, where Baldwin County's county seat remains.
10 Due to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, Baldwin County frequently endures tropical weather systems, including hurricanes.
11 Baldwin County attracted national attention after the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting as the only county in the United States to refuse to lower its flags to half-staff.
12 Citing the U.S. Flag Code, Baldwin County Commissioner Tucker Dorsey stated that while his "heart certainly goes out to the victims and their families," the incident "doesn't meet the test of the reason for the flag to be lowered."
13 Two separate areas in Baldwin County have been designated as "Outstanding Alabama Water" by the Alabama Environmental Management Commission, which oversees the Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
14 A portion of Wolf Bay and 42 miles (68 km) of the Tensaw River in northern Baldwin County have received the designation.
15 There are numerous private airports and heliports in Baldwin County.
16 The Baldwin County Board of Education / Baldwin County Public Schools oversees most public education in the county.
17 Baldwin County was one of the earliest counties in Alabama where the old-line Southern Democrats began splitting their tickets, and today is one of the most solidly Republican counties in Alabama.
18 The sheriff of Baldwin County is Hoss Mack (R).
19 Perdido County, Alabama would contain northern Baldwin County, divided by a straight line extending westward from the northwestern tip of Florida, and western Escambia County, west of Big Escambia Creek.
20 Perdido County, Alabama would contain northern Baldwin County, divided by a straight line extending westward from the northwestern tip of Florida, and western Escambia County, west of Big Escambia Creek.
21 Greg Albritton (R-Excel) has represented Senate District 22, the bulk of the county (along with parts of seven other counties, stretching into south Baldwin County and as far north as Choctaw County, and from the Mississippi border on the west to as far east as the Escambia-Covington County border and Conecuh-Butler county border) in the Alabama Senate since 2015.
22 Baldwin County may refer to:
23 On the other side of Mobile Bay, the highway goes through the suburban area of Baldwin County before passing through Malbis, Loxley, and then on to the Perdido River to cross over it into Florida.
24 Jones County along with Morgan County, Putnam County, and Old Randolph were established by several famous "Blue Collar" men by an act of the Georgia General Assembly which was passed on December 10, 1807 from land that had originally been part Baldwin County in 1803 and, earlier, part of the Creek Nation.
25 Jones County was originally bounded by a line running North 56° East to Commissioners Creek, then North 15° West to Cedar Creek, then up the creek to corner Randolph County and Putnam County, then along a line to Ocmulgee River, and then down the river to where the old county line between Wilkinson County and Baldwin County was.
26 The County was created on December 10, 1807, by an act of the Georgia General Assembly with land that was originally part of Baldwin County, Georgia.
27 Baldwin County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia.
28 Baldwin County is part of the Milledgeville, GA Micropolitan Statistical Area.
29 Part of the land ceded by the Creek Nation in the Treaty of Fort Wilkinson in 1802 was used to create Baldwin County on May 11, 1803, by the Georgia General Assembly, the state's legislative body.
30 The state legislature subsequently passed an act on December 10, 1807 that created four new counties from Baldwin County's 1806 borders.