Articles Tagged “Huntsville City Council”

  • City Council Approves Budget & Tax Rate

    Tuesday night, the Huntsville City Council approved a $62 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year and approved a tax rate of 41.06 cents per $100 of evaluation. This drops the tax rate by a…

  • Meeting Held On Way-Finding Signage

    FD2S, a design firm from Austin, held a discussion Monday evening at the Huntsville Public Library with some members of the Huntsville City Council and members of the community who are interested in the City’s…

  • Library Part-Timers To Be Added To Staff

    At this week’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Councilmember Andy Brauninger amended a motion to help the Huntsville Public Library be better able to serve the public . . . .   Mayor…

  • City Council Candidates File

    As of this morning, seven people have filed as candidates for the Huntsville City Council. Those running for re-election are Postion #3 Councilmember Don Johnson, Position #2 Councilmember Lydia Montgomery, Position #4 Councilmember Keith Olson…

  • City Seeks Bids For New Sidewalks

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, sidewalk projects that the City is getting ready to bid were discussed. CIP Manager Mike Goebel said, “We have two sidewalks that we want to install. They’re going…

  • Council Decides Tax Rate Proposal And Signage Study

    Good news for local city taxpayers.   Mac Woodward and the Huntsville City Council has proposed a new lower tax rate. Finance Director Steve Ritter addressed councilmembers at their meeting at City Hall last night…

  • BFI Crossroads Pulling Out of New Spec’s And Other 380 Incentive Developments For Now

    BFI Crossroads–the company who visited the Huntsville City Council recently and planned on developing a commercial site for a new Spec’s, a sit-down restaurant and other commercial enterprises in between Ravenwood Shopping Center and Walmart–has…

  • City Council Holds Special Session On Budget Tonight

    This afternoon beginning at five the Huntsville City Council will hold a presentation, discussion and possibly move forward with action on major funds to be contained in the 2014-15 budget. This will include but is…

  • Pawn Shop Hours Law To Be Changed Locally

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session councilmembers, in a “First Reading,” considered changing the local pawn shop regulations for hours open to conform with state law. Present local law allows pawnshops to be open…

  • TRA Plant Update

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Public Works Director Carol Reed updated councilmembers on the Trinity River Authority water plant completion work underway . . . . TRA6-4-14 Ms. Reed said they…