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Showing posts with label Huntsville City Council. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Huntsville City Council. Show all posts

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Energy Alabama Recommendations for Huntsville Utilities Electric Fixed Fee Increase


Energy Alabama Recommendations for Huntsville Utilities Electric Fixed Fee Increase


Article Excerpt: "... The following recommendations regarding Huntsville Utilities proposed electric fixed fee increase were delivered to the Huntsville City Council in person. On Sept. 17, 2018, we submitted an Open Records Request to Huntsville Utilities, to which they have failed to respond. On Sept 26, Huntsville Utilities representatives promised to have documents returned by end of day on Oct. 1. As of this letter on Oct. 4, Energy Alabama still has not received a response to the open letter request. Huntsville Utilities has only provided two additional charts from last week’s public meeting. Energy Alabama opposes fixed fees because..."


Reference: alcse.org

Friday, October 5, 2018

Huntsville City Council to vote on utility rate increase next week


Huntsville City Council to vote on utility rate increase next week


Article Excerpt: "... You could soon be paying more on your monthly power bill. City leaders in Huntsville will decide next week on a rate increase for Huntsville Utilities..."


Reference: whnt.com

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Huntsville city councilman arrested and charged with DUI


Huntsville city councilman arrested and charged with DUI


Article Excerpt: "... booked into the Madison County Jail at 2:26 a.m. and is also charged with Driving on the Wrong Side of the Road, Failure to Signal and Improper Lane Change. Bond has not yet been set ..."


Reference: whnt.com
More Reading:
  • 4-23-2018: City judges recuse from Huntsville councilman's DUI case. Reference: www.al.com
  • Tuesday, December 12, 2017

    Longtime educator, Mary Jane Caylor announces she will run for Huntsville City Council


    Longtime educator, Mary Jane Caylor announces she will run for Huntsville City Council


    Article Excerpt: "... Mary Jane Caylor has announced she’s running for Huntsville City Council, District 2. Caylor made the announcement Monday on her personal Facebook profile, saying: “Today I am excited to announce my candidacy for District II on the Huntsville City Council. I was born and raised in our community and have spent my life in public service. I would cherish the chance to continue serving our community as a member of the City Council. I would greatly appreciate your support during my campaign ..."


    Reference: http://whnt.com

    Friday, April 15, 2016

    Huntsville City Council votes against utility rates increase


    Huntsville City Council votes against utility rates increase


    Article Excerpt: "... The Huntsville City Council voted to not increase utility rates at a meeting on Thursday. This means Huntsville Utilities has to start over on a new plan ..."


    Reference: www.waaytv.com

    Wednesday, December 16, 2015

    Huntsville City Council President weighs-in on Birmingham City Council fight


    'Not professional:' Huntsville leader's view on Birmingham fight


    Article Excerpt: "... After the incident made headlines, Huntsville City Council President Will Culver spoke out about the men's behavior and compared it to the decorum usually found in Huntsville council meetings. "It's not professional," said Culver. 'We've never had anything to that magnitude.' ..."


    Reference: www.wtvm.com

    Monday, November 5, 2012

    Rocket City Mayor, Two Council Members Take Oath Of Office

    Huntsville Mayor, Two Council Members Take Oath Of Office


    Article Excerpt: "... It was a cloudy and chilly morning, but still a crowd of dignitaries showed up to see Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Huntsville City Council President Will Culver and Councilman Dr. Richard Showers take their oaths of office. ..."


    Reference: whnt.com

    Friday, March 23, 2012

    Huntsville firefighter settles harassment suit with city

    Huntsville firefighter settles sexual harassment suit with city


    Article Excerpt: "... The Huntsville City Council agreed to pay Donna Grimwood $10,000 and reinstate her to the hazardous materials unit after she agreed to drop the federal sexual harassment lawsuit. ..."


    Reference: wooeb.com

    Thursday, March 15, 2012

    Huntsville Mail Processing Facility Closure: Is this our future?

    Huntsville Mail Processing Facility Closure: Is this our future?

    As we have reported, the US Postal Service has decided to close the Huntsville Mail Processing and Distribution Facility on Wall Triana. The Postal Service has already taken the historic Huntsville Postmark away from our city and now wants to shutter the mail processing facility for good. We are in fear that we may be faced with the same severe mail delays as found in the following article: Mail Processing Facility Closure "utter disaster" says.... Contact your Congressman and City Council to request that the facility remain open, as it is essential to our community.