One year ago on May 6th councilwoman Marche Johnson was sworn into office as only the second black woman ever on the Montgomery city council. She started her tenure under abnormal circumstances.
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The Montgomery City Council has voted unanimously to revoke the business license of one of the city’s oldest and best-known restaurants.
In August, Councilwoman Audrey Graham presented a clean up initiative called “Clean half a mile, bring a smile” to District 4 as a way to get her constituents to reduce the amount of littering and garbage in their district.
The Montgomery City Council has passed a resolution making Saturday, October 30, the official date for trick-or-treating in the city.
The Montgomery City Council has unanimously approved renaming Jeff Davis Avenue in honor of attorney Fred D. Gray.
We are getting reaction to the Montgomery City Council vote against Mayor Steven Reed’s Anti-Discrimination Ordinance proposal.
The Montgomery City Council met Tuesday with all 9 seats filled for the first time since January of this year. Ed Grimes was officially sworn into office filling the seat left empty following the death of the late Richard Bollinger.
Ed Grimes will become a Montgomery City Council member, representing District 1, after his opponent dropped out of next month’s scheduled runoff.
Montgomery City Councilors Hold Committee Meeting to Discuss the Uptick In Crime In Apartment Complexes
Members of the Montgomery City Council gathered along with the Montgomery Police Department and the Montgomery Fire and Rescue to learn more about the crime in apartment complexes and what landlords may or may not be doing to keep residents safe.
Montgomery is going through many changes from the roads being repaved and businesses being created to the new white water facility that is underway. The city is also working to get a new police chief to help with the crime in the capital city.