Articles Tagged “City”

  • City Staff Participates in Fundraiser

    During a first-time charity bowling event on Thursday, December 19th, the staff of the City of Huntsville raised over $6,600 and collected thousands of food items to benefit local agencies. The five organizations benefitting from…

  • New City HR Director

    The City of Huntsville is excited to announce the impending arrival of Julie O’Connell, who has accepted the position of Human Resources Director. O’Connell, who for the last five years has served as the Human…

  • Renovations on Fire Station No. 2 Going Well

    The renovation and repairs to Fire Station No. 2 in Huntsville is moving along well. At this week’s council session, Fire Chief Tom Grisham reports the drainage issues they’ve been having have been fixed .…

  • Council Discusses City Retirement Benefits

    Tuesday night, Huntsville City councilmembers began tackling the issue of establishing stable retirement benefits for City employees. City Finance Director Steve Ritter discussed various ways to do this. In a conversation with Ritter, Ward #4…

  • City Council Meets Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council meets for a regular session this evening at six at City Hall. Tonight’s “Statutory Agenda” includes Director of Community and Economic Development Aron Kulhavy discussing the first reading of a request…

  • HPD Investigating Thefts

    The Huntsville Police Department is currently investigating the theft of a piece of City of Huntsville equipment as well as a theft from Johnson’s Wrecker Service. The department is also working with the Department of…

  • City to Canvass Votes Tonight

    The Huntsville City Council will meet at six this evening at City Hall to canvass the returns from the November 5th elections. Prior to the meeting, there will be a reception held for outgoing Councilmember…

  • Tenaska Requesting More Water

    At Tuesday’s City Council session, Huntsville’s Public Works Director Carol Reed filled councilmembers in on a request from the development director for the Tenaska power organization in Grimes County near Shiro . . . .…

  • Commissioners Approve H-GAC Case Study

    At Tuesday morning’s meeting of Walker County Commissioners, Commissioners considered approving H-GAC’s Housing and Economic Development Case Study for Huntsville. Over a six-month period, local citizens and leaders met together to discuss issues. Commissioners Gaines…

  • Monday’s Veterans Day Observance

    A 2013 Veterans Day Ceremony was held in front of the Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum Monday morning. SHSU Military Chair Lt. Col. Robert McCormick emceed the event. The American flag was raised as well as…