The Birmingham City Council meeting for December 20, 2011 will be focused less on the agenda and more on the issue of communication between the mayor and the City Council.
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December 20th, 2011 · Comments Off · On the agenda
May 24th, 2011 · Comments Off · On the agenda
The May 24, 2011 Birmingham City Council agenda deals with moving forward on cleaning up debris and continuing to examine the extension of roads, particularly Finley Boulevard.
March 1st, 2011 · Comments Off · On the agenda, Quirky
This morning’s Birmingham City Council meeting agenda includes an opportunity to place the Birmingham Batmobile in a new home in addition to funding for a new arts incubator in Woodlawn and contractors chosen for demolition work throughout Alabama’s Magic City.
January 4th, 2011 · Comments Off · On the agenda
This mornings Birmingham City Council agenda includes a lot of properties that need their weeds cut down, a contract to help publicize the BBVA Compass Bowl and adding an expansion onto the new aquatic center before its finished (that was originally in there anyway).
December 28th, 2010 · Comments Off · On the agenda
This morning’s Birmingham City Council agenda is fairly short (especially considering its the last one of 2010). A lot of interesting stuff though – including some funding for ClasTran and new neighborhood signage.
December 21st, 2010 · Comments Off · On the agenda
Today’s Birmingham City Council agenda featured contracts to help deal with the city’s storm sewer management situation – and some new carpet for Legion Field too…
November 16th, 2010 · Comments Off · On the agenda
This morning’s Birmingham City Council meeting includes giving the former Continental Ballroom new life via a local entrepreneur, a minor rewrite of the Railroad Park Foundation’s contract with the city of Birmingham, and a pending decision by the council about whether or not to support the construction of the Northern Beltline.
September 28th, 2010 · Comments Off · On the agenda, The City
This week the Birmingham City Council gives those with overdue taxes and traffic citations a chance for it to be a little less painful while also moving towards helping to add yet another theater to the downtown scene and possibly giving those who ride mass transit a couple more things to take a look at while they’re waiting for the bus.