Birmingham City Councilor William Parker took the oath of office on Tuesday, December 3, 2013, to fill the unexpired District 4 term. Councilor Parker is Chair of the Environmental Justice Committee and a member of the Education and Planning and Zoning Committees. In June 2014, Councilor Parker was officially elected to represent District 4.
The Talladega College graduate has deep political roots. He worked as a legislative assistant to former U.S. Representative Earl Hilliard, D-Birmingham, before being elected to the State Legislature. During his tenure he served a large portion of Council District 4.
The Birmingham City Council appointed William A. Parker to fill his late mother’s, Council President Maxine Herrring Parker, term on November 26, 2013. She passed away on November 12, 2013. Councilor William A. Parker has vowed to continue her work.
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