WHEREAS the City of Haleyville proposes to improve the existing industrial access road in Botush Industrial Park that will benefit Bassett Furniture Industries who is making a $5 million capital investment, creating 60 new jobs, and retaining 36 current jobs, and
WHEREAS the City of Haleyville, Alabama intends to apply for funding of $276,650.00 through the Alabama Industrial Access Road and Bridge Corporation to improve the existing industrial access road in Botush Industrial Park, and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Haleyville, that the City of Haleyville, Alabama is authorized to submit an application to the Alabama Industrial Access Road and Bridge Corporation for funding of $276,650.00 to improve the industrial access road in Botush Industrial Park.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the application be submitted for and on behalf of the City of Haleyville by its Mayor, Ken Sunseri, who is authorized by this Resolution to sign the application and any related forms or documents on behalf of the City of Haleyville.
Adopted and approved this 4th day of January 2022.
New restaurant in town!
Today starts with a layer of white covering our area. According to local resources, the roads are drivable this morning, with 195 and 13 having been salted. Remember, bridges and overpasses ice over before anything else, so use extreme caution while driving.
Students return to Haleyville City Schools on January 10th.
Dec 21 2021
Saturday, December 18, 2021, the Haleyville Chapters of the American Legion and Ladies Auxiliary participated in the National Wreaths Across America Day Memorial Ceremony. Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 2,500 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad. Mrs. Becky Linam was the Location Coordinator for the local ceremony, which ran smoothly, despite inclement weather. Continue reading
Dec 16 2021
Thursday, December 16th, 2021, the Haleyville Rotary Club distributed over 500 toys to 108 families for their Annual Toys for Kids Program. Toys were specifically purchased with each child’s request thoughtfully kept in mind. To be able to fill the holiday toy wishes of these children is a blessing, and the heartfelt time and energy invested by those involved is deeply appreciated.
It is always wonderful to see a Community come together to help during the Holiday Season. Humanity and Compassion still abound, and is shown through the selfless acts of those who organize, donate, and volunteer for these types of programs. These beautiful souls come together to bring a little Light and Love, and the Haleyville Rotary Club would like to express its Gratitude to all who assisted in making the Toys for Kids Program a wonderful success this year.