Articles Tagged “City”

  • Active Shooter Exercise Wednesday

    Wednesday, Walker County and the City of Huntsville did an Emergency Management exercise on an Active Shooter Mass Fatality originating out of the EOC, or Emergency Operations Center, at the Walker County Sheriffs Office. All…

  • Hurricane Season Advice

    Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th. We recently talked with City of Huntsville Emergency Management Coordinator John Waldo and asked him, “In case a hurricane warning is issued for our part of the…

  • Ribbon-Cutting Ceremonies Held for Funded Homes

    The City of Huntsville Community Development office held three ribbon-cutting ceremonies last week for recipients of new homes constructed with Neighborhood Stabilization Program grant funds. Community Development Specialist Dr. Sherry McKibben tells us all about…

  • Deputy City Secretary Update on City Public Information Strategies

    At this week’s session of the Huntsville City Council, Deputy City Secretary Kristin Edwards informed councilmembers and local citizens on current public information strategies and a couple of new ways being initiated in which important…

  • City Receives Good Audit Report

    At this week’s Huntsville City Council session, Chris Pruitt from Patillo, Brown, and Hill presented the City’s audit report for fiscal year 2011 through 2012. The City of Huntsville received a good report . .…

  • Millionth Visitor Campaign Still Underway

    The Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center’s Millionth Person campaign is still moving forward. We talked with City of Huntsville Tourism Director Kimm Thomas Tuesday afternoon . . . . MILLION5-14-13  

  • Millionth Person Week at Statue Visitor Center

    The millionth person to visit Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center is getting closer to reality during Tourism Week. We talked with City of Huntsville Director of Tourism Kimm Thomas Thursday afternoon . . . .…

  • City Introduces E-Billing for Water Customers

    The City of Huntsville is offering a new, fast, efficient, and eco-friendly service for its water customers called E-Bill. Utility Billing customers may now sign up to receive an E-Bill–an electronic bill viewed online. E-Bills…

  • Public Comments Are Welcome at Charter Review Meeting

    The 2013 Charter Review Committee has scheduled its next meeting for this afternoon beginning at 5:30. Time will be allotted for public comments at the meeting. Public comments will be allowed at the meeting to…

  • Property Developer Bius Addresses Council on Incentives

    Huntsville property developer Ben Bius addressed the Huntsville City Council last night in regard to his plan to bring a Hobby Lobby and Goodwill store to the old Wal-Mart building. He outlined an incentives plan…