Articles Tagged “City”

  • New Fuel Cards Approved by Council

    Tuesday, Huntsville city councilmembers approved purchasing fuel for City vehicles and equipment utilizing the Texas Fleet Fuel Card System. Director of Public Works Carol Reed was asked about the security aspects of the new card…

  • Stage #3 Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions are Still in Place Until Further Notice

    Stage 3 Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions are still in place for the city of Huntsville. City well production is decreased due to continuous pumping. Right now only a very limited amount of water is coming…

  • Councilmember Don Johnson Comments on City Improvement Efforts

    Our guest on “Around Town” this past weekend was At-Large Position #3 Councilmember Don Johnson. He said, “We have a surge of things we need to do for the City.” . . . .

  • Councilmember Don Johnson Update on City Studies

    Several outside studies have been done about various issues the City needs to work on. We talked recently with At-Large Position #3 Councilmember Don Johnson about what those studies focused on . . . .…

  • City of Huntsville Requests Citizens Minimize Unnecessary Outdoor Water Usage

    The City of Huntsville is requesting that citizens minimize unnecessary outdoor water usage for the next week. The City’s major source of water is the TRA Plant. This plant receives water from the Trinity River…

  • New Councilmember Paul Davidhizar Sworn-In

    Huntsville has a new city councilmember. Last night Paul Davidhizar was sworn in as Councilmember-at-Large for Position #1 by County Judge Danny Pierce . . . .   Mr. Davidhizar is headmaster at Alpha Omega…

  • Early Voting Update

    Walker County elections manager Julie Cooper informs us that the total number of voters checked-in during early voting last Friday was 109.  This makes for a total of 502 voters checked-in during the first week…

  • Commissioners Meet Today

    Walker County Commissioners meet for a regular session at nine this morning. Commissioners will receive several reports–the Technology Monthly report, the Appraisal District Monthly report and the Treasurer’s Monthly Investment report. Walker County Emergency Management…

  • “Pitch, Hit and Run” Tomorrow in Huntsville

    You and your kids are invited to join the City of Huntsville Parks & Recreation Department on Saturday, March 26th, for the Scotts Major League Baseball “Pitch, Hit & Run Competition” at Kate Barr Ross…

  • HOT Fund Grants Available

    As you may have heard, we interviewed the City of Huntsville’s Cultural Services Coordinator, Linda Pease, over the weekend on “Around Town.” She not only updated us on the spring classes coming up at the…