Bike racks and renovation dominates the agenda. Two North Twentieth even makes an appearance at the end, even though it was probably the biggest news item to come out of the meeting.
08.16.2013 by Rebecca Dobrinski · No Comments
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07.25.2013 by Rebecca Dobrinski · 1 Comment
This meeting of Birmingham’s Design Review Committee included revisiting the sign atop Two North Twentieth via a new proposal in addition to signs of activity throughout the city proper.
07.10.2013 by Rebecca Dobrinski · 0 Comments
After the excitement during the last Birmingham Design Review Committee meeting, this one was rather sedate focusing on mostly signage, including a very powerful, interactive one close to Regions Field.
07.4.2013 by Andre Natta · 0 Comments
Several cars discovered a pothole existed in the eastbound lanes of I-20/59 in downtown Birmingham a little too late on this July 4th. The road repair could add an interesting twist to an already pointed debate about the road’s future.
07.4.2013 by Rebecca Dobrinski · 0 Comments
Plans for the first recreational site for the recently announced the Cahaba Blueway – in addition to a funding source – were unveiled on Wednesday morning. It could also serve as a great example of regional cooperation before it’s all said and done.
07.2.2013 by Andre Natta · 1 Comment
There are many in Birmingham, AL happy about recent changes to the radio dial (both instant and announced) today. They’re also a few happy about finding out where Ken Lass is landing on television.
07.2.2013 by Rebecca Dobrinski · 0 Comments
Plans for a proposed skatepark to be located in Birmingham’s George Ward Park cleared its first hurdle on July 1 after the Glen Iris Neighborhood Association voted 52-9 to support it.