Articles Tagged “Mayor Mac Woodward”

  • City Council Votes to Merge Boards

    By voting on a number of related agenda items, city councilmembers on Tuesday night merged the Beautification Board into the Parks and Recreation Board. Mayor Mac Woodward said, “The only activity that the Beautification Committee…

  • Local Energy Company Helps SAAFE House Families for Christmas

    Friday, SM Energy who recently moved one of their offices here, helped out client families of SAAFE House in Huntsville in a big way. Marketing and Development Director Dee Everett, the SAAFE House staff, and…

  • Council Schedule Update

    At Tuesday’s session of the Huntsville City Council, City Secretary Lee Woodward, at the suggestion of Mayor Mac Woodward, updated councilmembers on council proceedings in the coming days . . . . COUNCSKED11-13-13 The recount…

  • City Candidates Speak at SHSU

    SHSU’s Student Government Association hosted a candidate forum at the university last night. Four of the candidates running for city offices showed up–Mayor Mac Woodward, at-large Position #1 candidate Andy Brauninger, Ward #4 candidate Joe…

  • Mayor Declares “Dig Pink Day”

    Tonight, Alpha Omega Academy and Convenant Christian School Girls’ Volleyball teams will be playing at the Johnson Coliseum. Doors open at 6 PM with the Junior Varsity playing at 6:30 and the Varsity Playing at…

  • State of the City will be Addressed Thursday

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a reception following the upcoming “State of the City” address on Thursday, October 17th, at 5:30 PM at the Walker County Storm Shelter. Mayor Mac Woodward…

  • Council Discusses Preservation Ordinance

    One of the central topics for discussion at Tuesday night’s Huntsville City Council session was an historic preservation ordinance. During a public hearing local property owner George Russell, who owns several homes of historical significance…

  • Special Council Session Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will hold a special session tonight at six. The special session was called after the events of the September 17th meeting were reviewed, and it was discovered that two motions to…

  • POW-MIA Remembrance Day Observances in Huntsville Friday

    POW-MIA Remembrance Day will be celebrated throughout the nation tomorrow. SHSU Military Science Chair Lt. Col. Rob McCormick spoke to Huntsville City Councilmembers this week about his organization’s plan for local observance . . .…

  • Update on Local Political Activity

    Four Huntsville City Council candidates for the upcoming November 5th election–Andy Brauninger, Rachel Willeford, Tish Humphrey, and Kendall Scudder–along with unopposed Mayor Mac Woodward showed up Saturday for a candidate forum organized by the Sam…