Articles Tagged “City”

  • HPD Receives Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign Award Check

    Thursday morning at City Hall, Traffic Safety Specialist Terri Miller with TxDOT’s Bryan District awarded $3,000 to the City of Huntsville and the Police Department for their participation in the 2013 Impaired Driving Mobilization Campaign…

  • Agreement with new Kroger Approved by Councilmembers This Week

    At this week’s City Council session, councilmembers considered a proposal that would let City Manager Matt Benoit approve an agreement with a new Kroger that waives all permit and inspection fees. This is an in-kind…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a workshop and regular session tonight. The workshop at 5:30 will feature Jack Setterberg and Johnny DeBaugh of Weatherford International in Huntsville who will give a presentation on their…

  • Council Approves Easement Acquistion Policy and Standardized Letter

    Last night, the Huntsville City Council unanimously approved a new easement acquisition policy standarized form letter that would be sent to landowners who were targeted for an easement location by certified and regular mail. Describing…

  • SAAFE House Thanks City Employees

    Last night at the regular meeting of the Huntsville City Council, SAAFE House Executive Director Jolene Miller, along with other members of the organization, presented a plaque to the City for their help in raising…

  • HPD Clears-Up Home Invasion Rumors

    The Huntsville Police Department has been made aware of several social media postings regarding robberies and/or home invasions at various apartment complexes in Huntsville. The department would like to assure citizens that while calls pertaining…

  • More Handicap Access at Courthouse Moving Forward

    Monday, County Judge Danny Pierce sought approval from County Commissioners on moving forward with plans for handicap access on the the east side of the courthouse . . . . HANDICAP1-14-14 Judge Pierce said he…

  • Easement Issues Discussed at Tuesday Night’s Council Session

    A controversy over payment for easements from the City was one of the main focuses of Tuesday’s Huntsville City Council session. Owner of Jerry’s Appliance, Jerry Dewitt, who represented himself and five other citizens felt…

  • City Elections Web Page Updated

    The City of Huntsville has just updated its Elections web page with scans of the City’s historic Election Register. City Secretary Lee Woodward says, “Since the 1980s, the Texas Election Code has required that each…

  • 116-Year-Old Farmhouse Destroyed in New Waverly Fire

    New Waverly Firefighters responded just before 1 PM Monday to a house fire on Marion Lane, just South of the City. Within five minutes of the initial 9-1-1 call, the first crews were on the…