Articles Tagged “Huntsville City Council”

  • Council Selects Interim City Manager

    In a special session Friday evening, the Huntsville City Council unanimously selected Aron Kulhavy to serve as its Interim City Manager beginning Friday, February 16, 2018. Kulhavy is currently the City’s Director of Community and…

  • Council Considers Contract with Public Sector Personnel Consultants

    At this week’s regular Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers considered authorizing the city manager to approve a contract with Public Sector Personnel Consultants to conduct a classification and compensation study in the amount of $48,000.…

  • Mayor Dons NDSU Tee-shirt to Fulfill Bet Agreement

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Andy Brauninger had to fulfill his part of a bet with Fargo, North Dakota Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney over the North Dakota State University…

  • City Council Discusses Animal Shelter Issues

    For quite some time now, the Huntsville City Council has been exploring how to deal with controlling the animal population in the city since the previous shelter agreement with the Rita B Huff animal adoption…

  • Council Approves Aerial Mapping of City

    This week in their regular session the Huntsville City Council voted to approve entering into an agreement with Fugro Geospatial for professional services to deliver aerial, planimetric and topographic mapping of the city and and…

  • Council Approves Street Overlay Work

    On Tuesday’s regular Huntsville City Council session “Statutory Agenda,” councilmembers considered authorizing the purchase of street milling and overlay services from Smith and Company for $1,091,800. Mayor Andy Brauninger mentioned an earlier street study and…

  • HPD Buying New Motorcycles and Radar

    One of the “Consent Agenda” items on Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Huntsville City Council was an authorization for the City Manager to purchase two police-equipped motorcycles from Longhorn Harley Davidson and police speed radars…

  • City Council Postpones Decision on Animal Shelter Issues

    A major point of discussion at Tuesday night’s regular Huntsville City Council session centered around animal sheltering issues. Councilmembers were trying to figure out whether it is better to continue to let the City of…

  • Joint General Election Update

    There was a low voter turnout overall in our joint general election. The reported turnout was only 13.59 percent. In the Walker County Hospital District race, coming out on top were Dr. W. David Toronjo…

  • Alpha Chi Omega Sorority Honored by SAAFE House

    At the last regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Andy Brauninger proclaimed October as Domestic Violence Month in Huntsville. Locally, SAAFE House is committed to empowering victims of family violence and sexual assault…