Articles Tagged “Huntsville City Council”

  • Ward #3 Town Hall Meeting Tomorrow

    At the last regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Ward #3 Councilmember Ronald Allen reminded everyone that the next Town Hall meeting for Ward #3 will be tomorrow evening at six at the Huntsville…

  • SHSU’s Championship Bowling Team Recognized by Council

    This week, the Huntsville City Council honored the National Championship SHSU Women’s Bowling Team. Mayor Mac Woodward did the honors of introducing them . . . . BOWLING#1-5-8-14 Ward #2 Councilmember Tish Humphrey read a…

  • City Council Discusses Proposed Subdivision

    At last night’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, a great deal of time was spent on focusing on the proposed Texas Grand Ranch Subdivision. Authorized agent for the developer of the site, Renee…

  • Non-Profit Funding Applications Reminder

    At the last regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Mayor Mac Woodward passed along a reminder about funding applications for those that it applied to . . . . NONPROFIT4-17-14

  • Relay for Life Coming Up

    At this week’s regular Huntsville City Council session, KSAM and 104-9 “The Hits” Operations Director Brooke Addams updated councilmembers on the American Cancer Society’s upcoming Relay for Life activities . . . . RELAY4-16-14

  • Tuesday’s City Council Session

    At last night’s regular session of the Huntsville City Council, Finance Director Steve Ritter said the City has a $969,000 surplus in the fiscal year’s budget. The council tabled the interlocal agreement between the City…

  • Town Hall Meeting Tonight

    At the last session of the Huntsville City Council, Ward #4 Councilmember Joe Rodriguez announced that there was a Town Hall Meeting in Elkins Lake scheduled for tonight at six . . . . TOWNHALL4-8-14…

  • Council Discusses Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, councilmembers heard Director of Public Works Carol Reed present information during a first-reading of the City’s Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. The water restriction system being changed…

  • City Council Approves Speed Cushions for River Oaks Drive

    One of the major topics for discussion at Tuesday night’s Huntsville City Council session was the need for speed cushions on River Oaks Drive in Elkins Lake. Councilmember Joe Rodriguez was one of the major…

  • Council Discusses Traditional Bid Vs. Construction Manager Concept

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, Fitzpatrick Architect’s Trey Greer explained a new approach for the City in their hiring of contractors for capitol improvement endeavors called the “Construction Manager at Risk” As opposed…