Articles Tagged “City Council”

  • Mayor Woodward Discusses Not Running For Re-Election

    Huntsville’s Mayor Mac Woodward will not seek re-election in November. He was chosen as mayor in the 2011 election and was on the City Council from 2003 to 2011. We asked him when did he…

  • Breaking News–Mayor Woodward Will Not Seek Re-election In November

    Mayor Mac Woodward announced this morning he will not seek re-election in November. Mayor Woodward said, “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of Huntsville on the City Council for…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Upcoming July 4th Celebration

    Here’s some info for your planner for the 4th of July. At the recent City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward updated everyone in regard to City activity on the fourth . . . .

  • City Council Approves Zoning Change

    Tuesday night the City Council took up discussion on a statutory agenda item considering a request to change a zoning classification in the 1000 block of Hwy 75 North from Neighborhood Conservation to Management and…

  • Citizenship Class Presented At Last Council Session

    At this week’s City Council session there was a presentation of 2015 Citizenship Class participants and SHSU student assistants. SHSU’s Center for Law Engagement and Politics Director and Political Science Professor, Mike Yawn, addressed councilmembers…

  • Stroke Prevention Month

    At this week’s regular City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward read a proclamation for Stroke Awareness and Prevention. Huntsville Memorial Hospital CEO Shannon Brown addressed councilmembers about how the hospital is involved with the issue…

  • Light It Up Blue Fundraiser Scheduled

    On April 16th, Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Huntsville will be hosting a fundraiser for the Light It Up Blue campaign. At the last City Council session, Holiday Inn Express general manager Cheryl Miller…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet at six this evening at City Hall. On tonight’s “Consent Agenda” is consideration of the abandonment of a sanitary Sewer Easement on the Smyth/Gibbs property. Tonight’s “Statutory Agenda” includes…

  • Walker County Moves Forward In Environmental Efforts

    Efforts are always underway in Walker County by local volunteers and officials to improve the City and County’s environment. This was celebrated Tuesday in the City Council’s chambers. First, Office Manager at Walker County Road…

  • Mayor Woodward Comments On Elections

    Early voting is underway in Walker County. At a recent City Council session, Mayor Mac Woodward passed along information about the elections . . . . MAYORELECT10-21-14 The location for early voting in Walker County…