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Mayor Randall Woodfin: Opportunity Zones Are Useful for Neighborhood Revitalization

By Randall Woodfin Ever since I took office, I’ve been intentional about serving the city’s 99 neighborhoods, pushing neighborhood revitalization, embracing downtown development and driving...

Woodfin unveils Opportunity Zones initiative for city renewal

birminghamal.gov Mayor Randall Woodfin on Friday unveiled the Birmingham Inclusive Growth (BIG) Partnership, a private sector-led, community-focused, city-inspired Opportunity Zone initiative to elevate quality of...

Part II: Woodfin administration’s six month update on strategic plan

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Second of three parts In October 2018, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin released his strategic plan which focuses on six goals...

Jeffco mayors sign ‘historic’ pact toward regional cooperation

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times Mayors from nearly a dozen cities in Jefferson County today announced a “historic” pact to combat poaching between cities and...

Exterior renovation of historic A.G. Gaston Motel could begin in June

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Exterior renovation of the historic A.G. Gaston Motel in downtown Birmingham could begin as soon as June, city officials said...

Woodfin administration delivers six-month update on ‘The Big Picture’

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times First of three parts In October 2018, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woodfin released his strategic plan which focuses on six goals...

Mayor Woodfin announces online tool to help residents track capital projects

By Erica Wright The Birmingham Times Major capital projects are underway or will be underway by this summer and residents will be able to track the...

Mayor Woodfin skydives to help kick off Navy Week festivities 

By Barnett Wright America’s Navy has arrived in Birmingham with the Magic City’s mayor taking a huge leap to mark the occasion. Mayor Randall Woodfin helped...

Generosity from volunteers help feed hundreds in warming station on Christmas

By Pat Byington Bhamnow.com Over the next two weeks through early January Birmingham expects evening temperatures to be at or near freezing. That means, each night...

After five months, city of Birmingham adopts $428M fiscal year budget

Times staff report The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday adopted a $428 million fiscal 2018 General Fund Budget after months of deliberations and delays related...

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