Articles Tagged “Mayor Mac Woodward”

  • Report Faulty Street Lights

    Street lights are important to safety in Huntsville during the evening hours. Mayor Mac Woodward and Police Chief Kevin Lunsford informed City Councilmembers during a discussion on the issue at this week’s council session .…

  • 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…

  • Council Session Recognized Youth

    Several presentations at this week’s regular council session concerned youth. For example, local Troop 98 Boy Scout Matthew Fields is working on his Eagle Scout Project. His project is the proper disposal of American flags…

  • 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

  • City Council Discusses Debt

    At Huntsville’s last regular council session, Managing Drector of FirstSouthwest, Boyd London, discussed the City’s debt schedule and upcoming debt retirement with councilmembers. He appeared positive about the City’s finances . . . . DEBT4-4-14…

  • Crime Stoppers Honored

    HPD Detective Marvin Hyvl along with members of the local Walker County/Huntsville Crime Stoppers Board were on hand at the Huntsville City Council last night to hear Mayor Mac Woodward proclaim Crime Stoppers month in…

  • MLK Presentation Held Monday Afternoon

    A Martin Luther King Jr. Day memorial service, “Moving Forward in Unity,” was held at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center in Huntsville Monday afternoon. Mayor Mac Woodward and HISD Superintendent Steve Johnson spoke to…

  • Wounded Warriors Banquet

    The fifth Annual Wounded Warriors Banquet took place at the Walker County Fairgrounds last night. Over 1,100 local area citizens showed up to help raise funds for the Warrior and Family Support Center in San…

  • 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 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…