Saturday August 25 saw approximately 250 people turn out at the Birmingham Museum of Art to learn about the progress made in the city’s comprehensive plan process. Yes, this thing’s just gotten real…
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There have been a lot of residents in Birmingham wanting to know more details about the city’s plans for next year’s commemoration of the events of 1963. There’s a website that may be able to start answer some of those questions.
Folks heading northbound on I-65 in recent months have seen a new, larger recreation center rise in Birmingham’s Fountain Heights neighborhood. At least you now know that’s what you’re looking at (and you can see the 861 pages of construction documents too).
The Birmingham Sister City Commission has been staying pretty busy so far this year. Earlier this week, they were honored for their hard work and dedication by Sister Cities International as a 2011 Best Overall Program Award winner.
The City of Birmingham now has a second website to help residents keep track of what’s going on downtown on the third floor of City Hall. It’s also helped usher in a new set of social network accounts to follow if you need that “as it happens” – or close to it – type feed of city-based content.
March 14th, 2012 · Comments Off · The City
Birmingham, AL’s first comprehensive planning process since 1951 is moving forward. Open houses are currently being held throughout the city. Yesterday’s stop was downtown at the main branch of the public library. Tomorrow’s is on the city’s east side.
January 5th, 2012 · Comments Off · Regionwide, The City
The long-term outlook for the county provides the perfect testing opportunity to see if Birmingham, AL is ready for pay and display meters. A recent ruling associated with the county’s bankruptcy filing means we’ll get a good sample pool for some time to come.