Home Housing & Development
Governor Kay Ivey released the following statement in support of the legislature’s effort to better fund roads and bridges: “I support the legislature’s bold move to invest in infrastructure upgrades and public safety. Road and bridges are an essential service of government, and investing in them will bring more jobs and businesses to our state, creating opportunities for everyone
Governor Robert Bentley on Friday awarded grants totaling $37.2 million to assist low-income families in Alabama with home energy bills. Due to the recent storms in Alabama, the Governor has fast tracked these grants in order for funds to be distributed immediately.
Dr. Deidre Downs Gunn, UAB Physician, Miss America 2005 and co-founder of Alabama's Curing Childhood Cancer specialty license plate, will speak at Hope for the Holidays, the annual benefit dinner of Team Victory for All presented by Preston Builders
If you are looking for a job, desiring to protect your business from cyber criminals, or desiring tips on how to fight off foreclosure, make plans to visit the Birmingham Public Library's downtown location on Monday, Nov. 14, 2016. The Central Library, 2100 Park Place, will host three free workshops: "The Hiring Process for Jefferson County," "How to Avoid Foreclosure," and "Cyber Security Made Simple."
Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday awarded three Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) to the cities of Valley and Lanett and the Cleburne County Commission.
Wrendon Davis of Davis Plumbing Company in Birmingham, Joe Hocklander of Mobile Gas, and Cliff Pitman of H.C. Pitman Inc. in Fairhope were this year's inductees into the Alabama Building Industry Hall of Fame, the highest honor presented by the Home Builders Association of Alabama (HBAA)
Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday announced a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) was awarded to the city of Brent. The grant will fund the replacement of a main sewer line serving nearly 600 residents in the central part of the city.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016 – U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, today released the following statement after a U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is unconstitutional
Bellingrath Gardens and Home will present a brand-new Halloween event, Boo at Bellingrath, on Saturday, Oct. 29. Dress up your little ghosts and goblins and come to the Gardens for a day of spooky fun! The Gardens will be filled with Halloween-themed inflatables to guide visitors along the pathways to the Great Lawn. Local businesses and organizations will set up numerous treat stations to hand out candy and trinkets to guests.
Due to repairs necessary to fix air conditioning issues, the Birmingham Public Library (BPL) announced today that reduced operating hours in its East Building at 2100 Park Place downtown will be extending into next week (early August). Trst
Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) partnered with Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL) in sending a letter to the Obama Administration urging them to reject efforts to house migrant children at Navy airfields in Baldwin County, Ala.
Philip Shelton, president of Shelton Construction Inc. in Decatur, has been named the 2015 Graduate Master Builder of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders at the International Builders Show in Las Vegas.
Sewell says Supreme Court decision makes it clear that all people matter and all people should be counted. Congresswoman Terri Sewell (D-AL-7) released the following statement on the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in the Evenwel v. Abbott case upholding state and locality power to continue to draw its legislative districts based on total population
Clay Lanham, a partner in the firm's Real Estate Practice Group who practices from the Mobile office of Jones Walker LLP, has been appointed to the University of Alabama's ACRE Leadership Council
"When I first stepped into office, the City Mobile was the poster child for mismanagement of stormwater runoff which is a major problem for the rainiest city in America. Our new goal is to become the poster child of excellent stormwater management. We need to address erosion and drainage issues throughout the City of Mobile to ensure effective stormwater management." – Mayor Stimpson
In an effort to ensure every home is equipped with a working smoke detector, the Mobile Fire-Rescue Department (MFRD) and the American Red Cross are teaming up to provide and install battery powered smoke alarms at no cost to the citizens of Mobile. Additionally, firefighters will educate every household where alarms are installed on fire safety and smoke alarm maintenance.
During her 17-year career, she has been featured at local and national speaking engagements including real estate panels. She is the founder and CEO of Amanda Howard Real Estate, which opened in 2009 in Huntsville.
The U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama, and the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) will today break ground on the new federal courthouse construction project in Mobile, Alabama
The City of Mobile is taking steps to strengthen security at its community centers to safeguard citizens utilizing these facilities. Pending Council approval, the City of Mobile will install new security systems at Harmon, Springhill and Dotch Community Centers. The camera feeds will be streamed to Mobile Police Department's Joint Operations Center, an intelligence-based initiative designed to protect public venues.
Now situated much closer to the heart of downtown Auburn, the company's improved accessibility to Clients and Realtors® alike is more important than ever, as business has grown remarkably and staff has jumped from 17 to 28 team members since last year