Articles Tagged “City”

  • Councilmember Davidhizar Talks about City’s Finances

    Not too long ago, the City found out that they were going to have to build an animal shelter which was an unexpected expense. Of course, financial issues like this come about in any city.…

  • Strategic Planning Meeting Ahead

    The Huntsville City Council has a Strategic Planning session scheduled for Thursday, January 5th at the Huntsville Public Library from 4 to 5 PM. The meeting will continue on Friday morning, if needed. We talked…

  • Gas Leak on 11th Street Reported Thursday Afternoon

    At 9:46 last night we received an email from the City that said: “City of Huntsville Emergency Management Coordinator John Waldo has confirmed that CenterPoint Energy expects to complete initial repairs on the gas line…

  • Hourly Parking Rate Reduced

    The City Council has approved a reduction of the hourly rate on the MobileNOW! paid parking system along Bobby K. Marks Drive and Bearkat Boulevard. The new hourly fee was reduced from $1.25  to $1.00 per hour…

  • Holiday Trash and Recycling Collection Info

    With the holidays comes a reduction in trash and recycling collections in the city. The City of Huntsville Solid Waste Transfer Station and Recycling Drop-Off Center has set their schedules for the holidays with the…

  • CITY’S ANIMAL CONTROL PROBLEM

    In a recent news release, the Rita B. Huff Humane Society Board of Directors voted to place more resources on adoptions at their locally run animal shelter. As a result of limited capacity at their…

  • CITIZENS ON PATROL’S GOLF TOURNAMENT

    The Walker County Citizens on Patrol Emergency Personnel group will host a 5-person team golf tournament with all the proceeds benefiting the Walker County Sheriff’s Office and City of Huntsville Police and Fire Departments. The…

  • Waterline Project Work Monday on 11th

    The 11th Street Water Line Replacement Project is scheduled to begin Monday, November 7th. This project consists of replacing an old and deteriorated 6″ waterline along 11th Street from University Avenue to Avenue G. Construction…

  • Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Favor Ballot Propositions

    There are various viewpoints, of course, in regard to the City propositions on the November 8th Ballot. Recently, we talked with Huntsville/Walker County Chamber of Commerce President Carol Smith in regard to the issue .…

  • Mayor Brauninger Comments on Monitoring of Status and Cost of Bond Projects

    One of the questions asked by citizens on the upcoming bond proposals, if they pass, relates to the City communicating about the status of those projects and about costs. We talked with Mayor Andy Brauninger…