Friday, June 12, 2020

Widening of I-565 in Huntsville to start Sunday

Article Title: Widening of I-565 in Huntsville to start Sunday


Article Snip: "...It’s been a much-anticipated project pushed by Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle in recent years leading up to the announcement by Gov. Kay Ivey in April 2019 that it would come to fruition..."


Article Source: www.al.com
Taxes, Restore Our Roads, I-565, Road Improvements,

Thursday, June 11, 2020

Huntsville jumps in latest Census count, on pace to be largest city in Alabama within two years

Article Title: Huntsville jumps in latest Census count, on pace to be largest city in Alabama within two years


Article Snip: "...Population estimates released last month by the U.S. Census Bureau show Huntsville has added thousands of people a year since 2010, leaping from a population of 180,000 in 2010 to over 200,000 in 2019. That 20,000 person increase is the largest of any city in the state over that time period..."


Article Source: www.al.com
Census 2020, Rocket City, Huntsville,

Thursday, February 27, 2020

Multifamily developers buy 22 acres for huge apartment complex in Huntsville

Article Title: Multifamily developers buy 22 acres for huge apartment complex in Huntsville


Article Snip: "...The development is immediately adjacent to the 550-acre mixed-use Clift Farm development. The project at 1150 Balch Road will be the company’s second multifamily community in the Huntsville area. Watermark at Bridge Street Town Centre, a 244-unit Class A multifamily community located at 6854 Governors West NW was completed in 2019 and is currently 86 percent occupied..."


Article Source: www.bizjournals.com
Watermark Residential, Class A garden-style multifamily community,

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Alabama at risk of losing congressional seat, funding; state asks for increase in census participation

Article Title: Alabama at risk of losing congressional seat, funding; state asks for increase in census participation

census.alabama.gov
census.alabama.gov

Article Snip: "...The census numbers will determine how much federal money the state will get for roads, Medicaid, Medicare and much more. But it also determines Alabama’s representation in Congress. Right now Alabama is at risk of losing a congressional seat, based on early estimates. And Alabama is the only state in the south in that position..."

Article Source: www.waff.com