Articles Tagged “City Council”

  • City Council Considers Committee Nominations

    In the last City Council session, several nominations to serve the council were made. Mayor Andy Brauninger nominated Councilmember Clyde Loll for the Communications and Service Committee and David Standlee to the Hotel Occupancy Tax…

  • City Council Meets

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. Before the meeting, councilmembers will meet for a work session at 4:30 PM to receive a presentation from Freese…

  • Mayor Brauninger Comments on Councilmembers & Future Efforts

    At this week’s City Council session, two new councilmembers were sworn-in, and a new year is ahead. We asked Mayor Andy Brauninger for his comments . . . .   We asked him what were…

  • City Council Votes on TDCJ Water Rate

    Regarding what water rate to charge TDCJ for their Ellis and Estelle Units, after much discussion of a counter-proposal councilmembers considered a motion to stay with the council’s August 16th decision regarding the water rate.…

  • TDCJ Water Proposal Approved by Council

    After much intense discussion at this week’s regular City Council session, councilmembers voted to consider a proposal to TDCJ regarding water rates. City Secretary Lee Woodward explained to councilmembers the motion they would vote on…

  • City Council Moves Forward on Manufactured Home Issues

    One of the areas of major focus at last night’s City Council session were issues related to manufactured housing in the City of Huntsville. Director of Community and Economic Development, Aron Kulhavy, spoke to the…

  • Candidate Packets Available for At-large Position #1 on the Council

    Huntsville City Secretary Lee Woodward tells us that, “Candidate filing for the At-large position #1 position on the City Council started Wednesday and will continue through 5 PM on March 7th . . . .”

  • Historical Marker Approved By Council

    At this week’s City Council session, councilmembes considered a request from the Walker County Historical Commission to place a Historical Marker in Oakwood Cemetery for the Huntsville Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1867. Councilmember Allen wanted…

  • 4B-Proposal Town Hall Coming Up

    For those of you interested in knowing more about the City’s 4B proposal, in the last regular City Council session Mayor Mac Woodward updated everyone on an upcoming event . . . .

  • City Accepts Victims’ Service Coordinator Grant

    A Victims’ Service Coordinator Grant for $121,800 plus a $30,450 cash match grant was on Tuesday night’s City Council session “Consent Agenda” for acceptance consideration.  The City’s Dr. Sherry McKibben addressed the council . .…