Mayor Steven Reed and other city officials have been discussing the revitalization and development of parts of Montgomery for some time. He gathered local experts for a tour of these areas to begin making plans for change.
Also Paid Tribute to Late Commissioner Elton Dean
Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed recently joined David Lamb on Alabama News Rising. In a wide ranging interview, the Mayor paid tribute to late Commissioner Elton Dean, updated the progress of plans to develop the West side of Montgomery and gave an infrastructure report for downtown road improvements. Categories: Montgomery Metro, News Tags: construction, economic development, Infrastructure, mayor reed, montgomery, Road…
A community center in Montgomery gets a transformation thanks to a new program to reinvest into the communities in of the city.
After Chief Ernest Finley resigned back in June of 2021, Mayor Reed has been conducting a nationwide search for a new police chief.
Everette Johnson, the Alabama Fraternal Order of Police President, is at odds with Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed over a statement he made at a city council meeting.
Mayor Steven Reed discussed many improvements in business and education that occurred in 2021. He also talked about how important it is for Montgomery to become a cleaner and safer place in this new year.
Discusses Infrastructure, Amazon Announcement & 2-year Anniversary as Mayor
Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed has had a whirlwind past few weeks. Mayor Reed announced the plans for Amazon to build a 100-million dollar facility and hire five-hundred workers and soon thereafter was in Washington D. C. for the signing of the 1.2 trillion dollar infrastructure bill that will bring millions of dollars of investment to Montgomery. He joined David Lamb…
Our David Lamb recently discussed crime and education in the Capital City with Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed.
The Montgomery Police Department is having issues with providing security to local nighttime establishments. The city’s Interim Police Chief shared the concerns with the city leaders at Tuesday night’s council meeting. Councilman Pruitt proposed a moratorium that was voted down 7 to 1 with Councilman Lyons abstaining.
On Friday, Oct. 30, former Mayor Todd Strange and current Mayor Steven Reed, met at city hall to give a final plea to voters to vote for MPS funding on election day. The two say funding MPS schools will benefit students, improve schools, and enhance the city’s narrative. Mayor Reed says gaining the communities trust is a vital part in…