• Haleyville City Council Meeting 11/7/2022

    The Haleyville City Council met tonight, with all members present, with Boo Brooks attending by phone.  There was discussion, and approval, of a new truck for the Parks and Recreation Director, replacement of the concession stand roof at the lower fields ($2,000), and the appointment of Brian Berry to the Planning and Zoning Board for a term ending in 2025.

    Miss Valerie made a statement concerning the Salvation Army Bell Ringers, informing that they would be ringing from November 25th until December 24th. Volunteers are always greatly appreciated, and three members stated that they would donate some of their time.

    It was also noted that the paving of our streets is a State Project, and while the City petitioned to have our roads improved, they have no jurisdiction in this matter.

    Nothing but praise for the Trick or Treat drive-thru at City Hall, where fun was had by all, and looking forward to the Christmas in the City on December 3rd.

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  • Haleyville City Council Meeting

    The Haleyville City Council met Monday, April 18, with all members present.  $477, 686.22 was approved for the General Operation Bills and Purchasing Orders for March 2022.  The School Board Election date was set for July 12, 2022.


    Carla Waldrep, from The Haleyville Library, made an informative presentation concerning some upcoming, in-house programs, and the availability of wi-fi hot-spots for check out.  Summer Programs will be starting soon.  Follow the Haleyville Library on Facebook for more information and updates, or here, on HBTV.us.


  • Haleyville City Council Meeting

    Monday, 4 April City Council Meeting was attended by all Council members, except “Blue”Russell.  The following Resolutions were discussed and approved:

    RESOLUTION # 2022-09: Additional striping work to include the crosswalk from the Hospital’s Helicopter Pad to the Emergency Room and striping in the maintenance area

    RESOLUTION # 2022-10: The City of Haleyville has been approved for Alabama Industrial Access Road and Bridge Corporation Grant funding through ALDOT for widening and resurfacing of Botush Industrial Park.

    RESOLUTION # 2022-11: Widening and resurfacing of CR-90 from the intersection with SR-13 to approximately 1,035 ft. east

    Councilman Ray Boshell discussed the success of the past HHS Prom weekend,  He applauded the efforts made by parents and community to make safe pre and post-prom events available.

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