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Birmingham To Shine A Little Brighter with Newly Installed LED Street Lights

August 21, 2017

The Magic City’s streets are getting a lot brighter thanks to the 17,000 LED street lights that have been installed throughout every district in recent years. Another 10,000 will be illuminating Birmingham by the end of the year, according to Councilor Jay Roberson, who chairs the Utilities Committee. “This project got started thanks to the […]

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Birmingham City Councilors Celebrate UAB Legacy Pavilion Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

August 18, 2017

Hundreds gathered under the 70-foot-high pavilion built to house the newly resurrected University of Alabama at Birmingham football team. The crowd of fans, donors, and students cheered loudly as the group of elected officials, CEOs, and coaches cut the ribbon in unison, marking the official opening of the sprawling new facility. The football team could […]

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Birmingham City Council Week Ahead Tease 08.18.17

August 18, 2017

 

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Birmingham City Councilor Marcus Lundy joins the citizens of District 9 for the 2017 Summer Jam Series Finale

August 18, 2017

PRESS RELEASE                                                    Saturday August 19, 2017 Contact: Chiara Perry Phone: 205-908-7392 chiara.perry@birminghamal.gov BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Birmingham City Councilor Marcus Lundy and District 9 is pleased to announce Downtown Ensley’s 4th and […]

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District 5 Neighborhood Leaders Workshop Helped Citizens Strategize on Working with City Leaders to Move Communities Forward

August 18, 2017

After an ice-breaking exercise in which neighborhood officers had to recall what they had seen in a bucket full of miscellaneous items that was passed around the table, Council President Johnathan Austin gave some remarks during the quarterly District 5 Neighborhood Leaders workshop. Austin spoke at length about the importance of having open and honest […]

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